DAWs

Simple hacks for better productions in Studio One 5

Though the updated version of Studio One is loaded with all manner of new selling points, these tried-and-tested methods can help minimise your stress and increase music productivity.

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.

Vintage Rewind: Cubase VST

In its infancy, Steinberg’s pioneering program, now one of the world’s major-league DAWs, revolutionised many an approach to production

The Big Review: PreSonus Studio One 5

As the long-awaited upgrade to PreSonus’s powerful recording, mixing and mastering platform finally lands, we ask how well its new composition and performance features stack up against its predecessors.

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.

Quick editing in Ableton Live’s Arrangement View

In our last tutorial, we covered recording a Session View jam using clip launching, mixer adjustments and effects manipulation to create an arrangement. Now it’s time to tidy it up and smooth its rough edges.
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