DAWs

Steinberg Cubasis Review

Steinberg has dipped its toes into the iOS app world previously, but now it has released something far more adventurous, taking the name of...

Cubase 7 Review

  Cubase remains one of the most popular and best known DAWs around, and you can trace its lineage back to the days when people...

Sonar X2 Producer Review

Cakewalk’s SONAR, now owned by Roland, is one of the industry’s longest-running DAWs, having been around for almost as long as it has been...

Mixcraft Pro Studio 6 Review

When we reviewed Mixcraft 5 two years ago, we considered it a very impressive low-cost recording package with a staggering array of features. Originally...
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