Audiobus may have just gotten its killer app. Read the original: Cubasis + Audiobus: Complete Solution to Record and Edits Sounds from iPad Apps
I’ll take one DAW, to go? Cubasis isn’t the first traditional-style DAW to appear on the iPad See more here: Cubasis: Cubase Goes Mobile on the iPad; Steinberg Answers Our Workflow Questions [Gallery]
Ableton visits the home studio of Berlin-based producer Robert Lippok (Raster Noton, To Rococo Rot). The rest is here: Hands-on Live 9, with Robert Lippok: Producer Talks Process in Videos
MOTU’s revamped interface now comes with themes, like this lovely black version. And it runs on Windows, not just Mac. DP8, SONAR X2 each tune these mature DAWs; here’s a look at what they have to offer More: Two DAWs Ship: SONAR X2, MOTU DP8 – As DP8 Invades Windows, Too
Tracks, channels, begone! Ignite focuses instead on recording for musicians – and takes some cues from recent iPad apps, in the process. You’ll be able to get it later this year, but initially only if you buy a bundled keyboard. Image courtesy inMusic. Go here to see the original: Recording on One Screen: Upcoming Tools ...
Live performance DAW Bitwig Studio is now moving forward with their beta, and a video demo this time provides a clearer look at what the software actually does. Visit link: Bitwig in Staged Beta; Video Reveals Features Up Close, Strange Song Lyrics
This number “64″ is important to some people making music. Here, we get to explain why, if you should even be concerned, and what it’ll mean to run Live in 64-bit Read more: Ableton Live 64-Bit Beta: How it Works, And Some Caveats
I like to do six impossible things before breakfast. The rest is here: iPad Gets a Desktop-Style, 48-Track DAW with Plug-ins; How Will Producers Use It? Is It Impossible?
Alongside its Pro Tools 10 and HDX unveiling , Avid turned some heads by recently announcing it was replacing its RTAS and TDM formats to a new format called AAX, “Avid Audio eXtension.” Now, your first reaction may not be unbridled enthusiasm, exactly: it seems the last thing users are likely saying is, “yes, please, ...
If you want to be promptly ignored, the best way to do it is to try to release a new DAW. Aside from the fact that even most musicians don’t know what the word “DAW” is (hint: it’s a big program that puts all your computer production, mixing, and recording stuff in one place), you’re ...