Archives For Recording Software

If you are recording within the computer, you wil use your recording software for practically every step along the way. The recording software is the virtual hub that connects everything in your recording studio. This category covers the link in your recording chain that you will have the most interaction with.

Presonus Studio One 2.6 Review

Ruprect —  October 21, 2013 — 26 Comments

This week Ruprect takes a hard and dirty look at Studio One 2.6 by Presonus.

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When I attempted to recover my password for my Native Instruments account, I was forced to enter the serial number of one of my products. This has gone WAY too far.

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Finding Cubase 4 difficult to learn? The guys at 60minSoftware.com have a solution for you and it just happens to be a lot better and MORE FUN than you may be thinking.

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If you are looking for the easiest recording software, this article is for you.

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There is no doubting that Digidesign Pro Tools is the undisputed most popular recording application in the pro studio realm. This article will discuss why I don’t think Pro Tools is the champion in the home studio realm.

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I just found out that Toontrack has discontinued the popular DFH Superior drum sample package. Does anyone know why?

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I’ve heard countless times on my recording forum here at recordingreview.com that Cubase is somehow more complicated than the other recording software out there. Steinberg has created killer tools for creating music and I consider Cubase to be incredible. This blog is meant to shoot down any ideas that Cubase is “complicated”.

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