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Steinberg’s Cubasis 3 is now available on Android devices

Google’s mobile OS gets a major addition to its music-making app catalogue with Steinberg’s Cubasis 3.1. The mobile DAW has been around on iOS for seven years now, alongside the likes of GarageBand and FL Studio Mobile. Android has been lacking in comprehensive mobile DAWs, mostly due to hurdles in creating apps compatible with the … Continue reading Steinberg’s Cubasis 3 is now available on Android devices

Learn how to use Compression devices in Ableton Live

In this week’s Ableton Live Tutorial, Liam O’Mullane walks you through Live’s Compression devices. By working our way through the transparent Compressor and SSL-style Glue Compressor, see and hear the effect of compression and understand how it can be successfully used to improve your tracks. Subscribe to MusicTech’s YouTube channel for new episodes weekly. Other lessons … Continue reading Learn how to use Compression devices in Ableton Live

Free for your inspiration: new Max for Live devices, Ableton Creative Strategies e-book

Deals and offers are all over the place, but what will actually help you get over creative block and make something? These free Ableton Live add-ons and an invaluable book make a great place to start. Making Music: Creative Strategies for Electronic Music Producers is a written book – not a YouTube channel, not a … Continue reading Free for your inspiration: new Max for Live devices, Ableton Creative Strategies e-book

SynthMaster One is now free for iOS devices

Usually costing $20 on the App Store, SynthMaster One iOS is packed with features and is essentially the mobile version of KV331’s award-winning synth. Up until 15 April, you can (literally) get your hands on this semi-modular wavetable beast that boasts two oscillators with two subs, two filters, four ADSR envelopes, three LFOs, a 16-step … Continue reading SynthMaster One is now free for iOS devices

Add these Max for Live devices for inspiration in Ableton Live – or learn to make your own

A surprising number of Ableton Live users haven’t discovered the power of Max for Live inside. Here’s how to get started – but, oh, you’ve seen it all before? Okay, smarty-pants, learn how to make your own devices, too. Beginners and those needing some fresh ideas… Anxious times can be a big barrier to inspiration. … Continue reading Add these Max for Live devices for inspiration in Ableton Live – or learn to make your own

MLB: No evidence Astros used wearable devices

Major League Baseball said Thursday that its investigation into stealing signs found no evidence that any Astros players wore electronic devices that would have notified them of certain pitches, including during the 2019 season. The post MLB: No evidence Astros used wearable devices appeared first on Buy It At A Bargain – Deals And Reviews.

IK Multimedia announces four new iRig devices

The iRig Mic Cast 2, iRig Mic Cast HD iRig Mic Video and iRig Stream have been announced by IK Multimedia, as part of its IK’s Creator Series. The devices are designed for video content creators, YouTubers, live streamers and other broadcasters with the goal of high-quality audio directly from a mobile device. The iRig … Continue reading IK Multimedia announces four new iRig devices