An open-format DAW, Live is easily set up for use as both a live performance and studio tool. Liam O’Mullane shares various working tips for his DAW of choice.
Get under the hood of Apple’s popular software studio and take your workflow to another level. Mark Cousins reveals a few tricks of the trade.
Propellerhead’s flagship software is famously easy to use, but there are plenty of hidden gems to be found beneath the surface. Hollin Jones reveals all.
The world of synths isn’t all lullabies and happy melody lines – there’s also a feast of disturbing and aggressive sounds to be explored. Liam O’Mullane shares his techniques for building a synth sound with attitude.
Today’s science fiction movies are as much a treat for the ears as the eyes, but how are those otherworldly sounds created? Liam O’Mullane has the lowdown.
Achieving a well-balanced drum recording is something that every engineer aspires to – but how exactly is it done? John Pickford shares the knowledge.
Monitors are one of the most crucial components of any studio, so it’s vital that an engineer understands every aspect of them. John Pickford shares the knowledge.
The modern-day studio is equipped with myriad reverb effects, but what are the secrets to creating a sense of depth and perspective in your mix? Mark Cousins explains.
Harmonics are the key building blocks of sound, and are essential to rationalising the art of recording. Mark Cousins puts sound under the microscope.
From big beats to a minimalist drum section, there are numerous techniques you can draw on when it comes to creating your own drum sound. Liam O’Mullane shares his favourites.
With masters becoming increasingly hot, are inter-sample peaks an inevitable by-product of the Loudness Wars? Mark Cousins investigates.
The hit song is written, the killer vocalist is in place – now all that’s left is to create a truly distinctive guitar sound you can call your own. Rik Flynn explores your options.