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Ableton Live 9 announced

Thursday, 25 October 2012 by
Ableton live new interface

  Ableton has announced Live 9, as we were expecting to happen soon after the video we recently spoke of which was posted to their Youtube page and then summarily removed.  In addition to the new software, there is a new hardware addition, called “Push”.  We’re reporting on what we know so far, so read

Ableton Live 9 on the horizon

Sunday, 21 October 2012 by
Ableton live new interface

Word has hit the internet that Ableton released, then removed, a video showcasing possible new Live devices in Ableton Live 9.  The video showcases some new revamps to the compressor, a new “Glue” Compressor, and some new GUI features.  The feature which many users have been asking for, the ability to separate the arrange and

32 Bit Float Recording Benefits

Saturday, 20 October 2012 by
32 bit float recording

32 Bit Float Recording; it sounds a bit odd, and many people don’t know what it means with respect to a Digital Audio Workstation like Pro Tools, Cubase, and etc.  So, let’s talk about 32 bit float ,and why it can help your audio productions.  32 bit float recording is very important in today’s digital

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Think about how lucky we are to have a product like ReWire. Working ‘behind the scenes’ it allows us to easily stream audio, midi and control information from one software application to another. Let’s dig a little further into what ReWire is and how it can help you in your studio. Originally developed by Propellerheads

There are a number of new features in Pro Tools 10, but let’s outline a bit of the major ones: Individual clip gain You can now adjust the gain of a clip in real time, and adjust the gain for each clip.  This will avoid having to ride a fader to write automation, or manually

I have a lot of clients who call me and say, “I should have bought a mac, I’d be able to make better music if I did”. I do my best to tell these folks; it’s ok; you don’t have to buy a mac to make great music. Conversely, I have a lot of folks

How to delete Pro Tools preferences on OS X Here is how to delete your Pro tools preferences on Mac OS X if the audio device setup causes an issue with launching Protools, or if you have other issues launching and using Pro Tools, such as when you change audio drivers and there is an

Sometimes it’s useful to remove the Pro Tools preferences to troubleshoot audio card issues, and other launch issues in Pro Tools.  This is how to do this on Windows. In Windows XP: 1. Browse to My computer/c:/program files/Digidesign/Pro Tools/Databases/Unicode/Volumes. 2. Delete all the files in this folder. 3. Browse to C:/documents and settings/ your user

Tips on recording a kick drum

Sunday, 30 September 2012 by

Tips on recording a kick drum By Brian There are a lot of important things to keep in mind when you’re recording a kick drum.  It seems like it’d be as simple as putting a mic in front of the drum, but there is so much more!  Here are some quick tips on recording and mixing a

Setup External MIDI devices – Studio One

Saturday, 29 September 2012 by

  Setting up a new MIDI device in Studio One is pretty easy; let’s get started. Open studio one, click studio one/options/ and go into your external device setup.  Click on “add”, then “new keyboard”.   Give it a name under the device name section, click the “all” button to enable all MIDI channels, then click the

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