Adam Crute

Review: Softube Console 1 Fader

Softube’s well-loved Console 1 finally gets some dexterous motorised faders to bolster its already impressive specs. But is this addition worthy enough to warrant an upgrade?

Review: Sonokinetic Modal Runs

The latest pack from Sonokinetic allows for the simple creation of easy orchestral runs throughout your tracks, which blends perfectly with the company’s canon of products.

How to use Score Editor in Cubase Pro

The ability to convert MIDI notes into scored music, and vice versa, has been one of the strings to Cubase’s bow ever since the app’s inception, but there’s an awful lot more to using this feature than meets the eye.

Review: Sonnox Oxford Drum Gate

Software is getting cleverer, we all know that, but Sonnox’s latest plug-in takes on the nuanced detail of drum gating setup with such aplomb that you’d be forgiven for thinking it was self-aware.

Exploring the new features of Cubase 10.5

Being just-about the longest-serving DAW out there, it’s surprising that Steinberg can still think up ways to improve the venerable Cubase. But it can and it does, so let’s see what’s new in 10.5.

Review: Pro Audio DSP DSM V3

We’ve seen more and more plug-ins over the last year that enable deeper dynamic control. On the surface, the DSM V3 from Pro Audio DSP appears to be a worthy overall tool for this purpose, so let’s take a closer look.

Understanding mid/side processing in Cubase

The flexibility of Mid/Side processing can bring big advantages during mixing, but Cubase doesn’t have any built-in M/S capabilities. All it takes, though, is a free plug-in and a bit of clever routing.
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Aston Microphones shares results from first round of Element testing

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