If you want to know what our most read articles for this week are then here is a summary of each one, read by around 100,000 of our community. The free Studio One 4.5.3 upgrade took top spot with continued huge interest in the PreSonus flagship DAW. Unsurprisingly FrontDAW from United Plugins, a plug-in worth €49 but free for a limited time, has also received a lot of attention and takes the number 2 slot. The excellent summary of gadgets for those using microphones in the studio has been popular, then followed by three articles helping with recording studio workflow.
In an audio world, which venerates the old and the valuable there are often reasons why newer equipment just makes things easier. Would anyone really prefer to track through a modern digital mixer over a classic Neve? Well if you’re in a hurry you might decide that you would.
It can be incredibly frustrating when a DAW decides to crash on you in a session but it’s not the end of the world, well, that’s not entirely true is it? If your DAW flaked out on you if you were recording the perfect vocal take then you would be forgiven for shouting some expletives at your computer but what happens to the audio, more specifically the audio file being written to disk if your DAW crashed during record? We didn’t know so we decided to find out.
Here’s an excellent free tutorial video on exporting audio stems from Studio One guru Marcus Huyskens, one of the world’s leading Studio One trainers.