Everyone has their favorite DAW to work in, and most people are very attached to their workstation of choice, but eventually there comes a time when it becomes necessary to transfer the individual elements of a project to a different program.
Transferring projects has always been problematic, but there’s some good tips here.
I don’t usually post about petitions trying to get Apple—or any company—to do something, but I can get behind this one. With all of the articles that have been published in The Loop Magazine over the last few issues on accessibility, I believe this is an important issue that should be addressed.
The day many professional audio engineers, musicians and music-making fans have been waiting for is here—Apple released Logic Pro X. I spent some time with the Logic Pro X team and have been using the software myself in my studio, so I’d like to give you a rundown of the important changes.
Apple on Thursday released versions of its professional-level Mac music apps to the Mac App Store. The release of Logic Pro 9.1.6 and MainStage 2.2 marks the last of Apple’s apps to be released on the Mac App Store.
If you have EZDrummer then you’ll know there is no way to do this natively inside the plugin. There are however workarounds to this and I’m going to show you how to do this in Logic Pro. Although I’m in Logic this concept will work in any DAW that can feed a record input from an internal source.
As part of its Creative Suite 5.5 announcements today, Adobe released Audition, its professional audio application.
Part of the Production Premium suite, Audition is a native Mac app that allows users to manipulate, mix and restore audio files. Adobe says Audition is a good tool for video editors, audio engineers, and interactive designers.
With a completely rebuilt audio engine, Audition multiple multitrack sessions and single file edits simultaneously. You can even open and import files in the background — even files that need sample rate conversion — while you continue to work on open projects, according to Adobe.
I love to learn. I absorb every little piece of knowledge I can about music production and editing, from as many people as I can. These days, it’s a lot easier to get that knowledge. Now, you can access the … Continued
After my article appeared last month about writing songs with EZdrummer, I received quite a few questions about how hard it was to upgrade from EZdrummer to Superior Drummer 2. Good news — it’s really easy.