Adam Crute

Review: PSP InfiniStrip

With budgets strained and desktop real estate so precious, building your own modular channel strip can seem like an insurmountable issue. InfiniStrip is set to solve virtually all your problems.

Getting creative with LoopMash in Cubase

Over the past few issues, we’ve looked closely at Cubase’s in-built groove and beat tools. Here, we’re covering an even more exciting feature: LoopMash.

How to slice up beats in Cubase

The practice of chopping up loops to make them easier to retime and manipulate is as relevant now as it was in the early days of sampling – Cubase’s beat-slicing abilities are a cut above.

Review: PSP Audioware OldTimerMB

Venerated old analogue compressors are still used in professional mastering houses and fawned over by gear aficionados. But what if you could get their oft-parroted attributes in a simple plug-in?

Review: Muramasa Audio MorphVerb

The sword-sharp ingenuity of Muramasa’s clever algorithmic features is somewhat blunted by the plug-in’s unwieldy resource usage. Is its undeniable power enough to overcome its faults?

Review: IK Multimedia ARC System 3

Room correction is all too easily overlooked. All-in-one solutions such as IK Multimedia’s latest iteration of ARC can revolutionise your recording space.

Building beats with Groove Agent SE in Cubase

For a bundled plug-in included in most versions of Cubase, Groove Agent SE is a surprisingly powerful and flexible beat-building toolbox applicable to all styles and genres.
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