In this week's Friday Free Plug-in, we are featuring MJUC jr. A variable-tube compressor with a big sound.
Managing the Clip List or the Region List as it used to be called in older versions of Pro Tools is an important part of looking after your session. As you work, especially when editing, the list can fill up with a lot of clips. The size of this list can impact on the performance of Pro Tools, especially in older versions. If you notice Pro Tools is getting slower to respond, then it might be time to prune the Clip List.
Memory Locations can be used as markers on the timeline but they can do much, much more. I save selections in Photoshop all the time, here's how to do it in Pro Tools.
In this fifth episode, we test Waves OneKnob Filter plug-in which provides creative filter effects. OneKnob Filter features four different resonances that are applied at the filter’s cutoff ranging "none" through to "extreme". Watch the video to hear OneKnob Filter in action on a synth bass and synth mix bus. Is OneKnob Filter any good? Watch and decide for yourself.
Mike, Dan and Julian talk about bad habits in production and the merits or otherwise of speaker calibration or "room correction" hardware and software. They answer your questions. share community feedback, and their finds of the week.
In this article we list a selection of control surfaces compatible with Pro Tools that are all available to buy today for under $500 - Have we missed any?
PreSonus, the makers of Studio One, has announced a new drum library for use in Studio One, aimed at spicing up your tracks with the skills of a top drummer.
PreSonus, the makers of Studio One, has teamed up with Accusonus, to offer an exclusive time-limited (2 week) offer for all Studio One customers.
Get a copy of Regroover Essential, worth $99, completely free of charge! The offer is valid until July 1st.
In this video created with the kind support of Universal Audio, Russ shows how to get guitar amp tones in Studio One using an Apollo interface, Fender 55 amp plug-in and other plug-ins. He shows how to set up Studio One to record with an Apollo interface to get the best workflow when tracking guitar.
We thought we'd see what makes up the Studio One user community today, it's a simple poll and we can't give every possible answer to suit every scenario so choose the ONE THAT BEST FITS YOU.
Once no one used DAWs, we went into a recording studio and mixed on a large console. Almost without exception they all had a standard set of features. Remarkably modern DAWs still lack some of those essential features such as phase reverse, low pass filter and trim.
However in Studio One there's everything you need to be able to power up your mixing workflow and creating that classic mixer mode, you can even add a VU meter for extra vintage mojo.
Here is our free Studio One tip to show you how to give Studio One that workflow.
In this extended video, Russ shows the power of Studio One 4 to take an audio loop and transform timing sound and more.
He uses Impact XT and Patterns to take loop manipulation to another level.
I had a guitar player over to record recently. We paired up Amp Designer (getting a relatively clean tone, using a slightly tweaked version of the Large Blackface Clean preset) with Eventide’s UltraTap and MangledVerb, and came up with a really interesting and unusual lead guitar tone.
This changes everything. Arcade is a loop synthesizer with new content delivered every day and tools to transform it all so it sounds like you.
Since the beginning of the Logic Pro Expert blog, our goal has been clear; to offer Logic Pro users the information they need to get the best from Logic and make as much of it free of charge.
Here is just a small selection of our Logic Pro, tips, and tricks.
In this article, Eli Krantzberg puts Universal Audio's Pure Plate reverb to work in Logic Pro X.
Eli Krantzberg reviews the Blasting Room Signature Series Drums, a premium drum sample library for Kontakt that was produced, engineered and mixed by Jason Livermore and Bill Stevenson at the Blasting Room in Fort Collins, Colorado.
In this video, sponsored by Universal Audio, I’ve put the UA Manley VoxBox channel strip to work in two very different musical contexts. One is an already tracked rough, raw vocal recorded in a budget home studio. The other a pristine jazz vocal recorded in a state-of-the-art recording facility.
The team at virtual instrument production house Output are very pleased to announce their latest creation, Arcade, a loop and sample-based synthesizer that has new content being added and updated daily. We have an exclusive review for you to check out too.
Waldorf Music has announced the full production launch and availability of Kyra in time for the 2019 NAMM Show, January 24-27, in Anaheim, California. They claim that Kyra is the world’s first fully FPGA (Field-Programmable Gate Array) powered synthesiser featuring 128 voices each with 10 oscillators per voice, and eight-part multitimbrality with each part having its own dedicated nine-module effects unit.
The Vienna Symphonic Library has released Synchron FX Strings I, their first collection to include production-ready textures and loops, played by a 50-piece string orchestra recorded at Synchron Stage in Vienna. Synchron FX Strings I is currently available at a special introductory price until 30th June 2018.
Spitfire Audio has launched LABS, which they describe as an infinite series of software instruments, free and easy to use; made by musicians in London with Soft Piano and a new Strings library available now.
WMD, a manufacturer of modular synthesisers, guitar pedals, and standalone musical instruments has released Fracture, which is a multi-particle percussion synthesiser module for small-format Eurorack modular systems that apply concepts from classic analogue clap circuits to granular synthesis techniques to generate a wide palette of sounds while maintaining a simple, intuitive interface with a price of $269.
Propellerhead Software has released Reason 10.1 which features sample loading in Europa and support for new Player devices. To celebrate the launch of Reason 10.1 Propellerhead is offering a time-limited offer. If you buy the Reason Upgrade you will get Propellerhead’s new Drum Sequencer for free worth $69 but this offer ends on May 31st, 2018.
Sources claim that as of the 4th June the audacious software merchants Synchro Arts declared a 30% off sale on all new licenses, upgrades and rentals for their flagship automatic time alignment and tuning product Revoice Pro 3.
Our friend and plug-in guru Michael Carnes at Exponential Audio is having a sale. Exponential Audio sales are rare, happening a couple of times a year, so it's worth heading over to check out the deals on reverb and effects plug-ins.