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Ableton Live 9 Review

After an incredibly long wait since version 8’s release, Live 9 is finally here, accompanied by an Ableton-developed controller called Push.  This is a...

10 Best iPad Music Making Apps

We name the ten best apps for music creation on the iPad and iPhone…  1: Steinberg Cubasis     Price £34.99 Buy on iTunes now for you iPad Steinberg has...

Avid Announce Pro Tools 11

Avid have today announced their hotly anticipated new version of their popular DAW Pro Tools, Pro Tools 11 has a 64 bit architecture and...

Reason 7 Launch – full details

Reason 7 unveiled in London – full details below… Propellerhead has just unveiled the latest version of its flagship and increasingly multi-functional DAW, Reason 7,...

Pro Tools Tutorial: Understanding Error Codes

Working with Pro Tools but finding yourself getting bogged down by unfathomably inexplicit error codes? Rob Boffard gets you back on track in this...

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...

Ableton Live 9 Released!

Ableton's latest and most impressive DAW to date, Live 9 has officially been made available for commercial release today. The eagerly-awaited Live 9 introduces...

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...

Ableton Live 9 and Push Release Date Announced

Just received some big news concerning the release of Ableton Live 9 and Push: Here's the Ableton's official announcement in full:     Ableton Live 9 and Push are almost...
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