DAWs

Review: Steinberg Nuendo 10

Though Nuendo’s traditionally been perceived as a post-production tool, it still has a range of applications in the music-production world, specifically for those who are arranging and writing to picture.

Review: Bitwig Studio 3

Bitwig goes modular with V3 (beta) and introduces a brand-new system designed to build your own synths and effects. Let’s dive in and explore The Grid…

Review: zenAud.io ALK2

ALK2 is part DAW, part looper, enabling you to lay out your song-arrangement templates before the gig, then record and play loops on cue with a minimum of fuss.

Review: Korg Gadget 2 plug-ins bundle

Korg’s Gadget is one of the best DAWs on the iOS platform, but now everyone can use its instruments in their desktop DAWs. We inspect the bundle…

Review: Steinberg Cubase Pro 10

With the latest release of Cubase Pro 10, Steinberg has made use feel a li'l old. No, we're not showing our age, but what about the software itself?

Roland Cloud Review – A Potential Game-Changer

Roland’s Cloud has classic Roland gear in software and plenty of libraries to download, for whatever genre you produce. Andy Jones gets misty-eyed… Price £18.95...

PreSonus Studio One 4 Review – A Superb DAW

Presonus’ Studio One has come from nowhere and is teaching the big guns of the DAW world a few things. So what needs updating...
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