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Learn how to edit arrangements quickly in Logic Pro X

Turning a spark of creativity into a full-blown production is hard enough as it is, so it’s best not to hinder your workflow with endless clicking and dragging of multiple regions. Instead, why not make use of Logic Pro X‘s Insert Section and Cut Section tools to quickly make changes to your project? In this … Continue reading Learn how to edit arrangements quickly in Logic Pro X

New Gear Alert: API Reissues 312 Mic Pre, Pedal Power from Eventide, iZotope’s Stutter Edit 2 & More

API reissues the 312 mic preamp. The 312 was originally used as the front end of the first API recording consoles. The circuitry of the unit was housed in card cages under the front “kneespace” of these early consoles, with only the gain pot mounted to the control surface. Read more… The post New Gear … Continue reading New Gear Alert: API Reissues 312 Mic Pre, Pedal Power from Eventide, iZotope’s Stutter Edit 2 & More

Slice audio to a rhythmic stutter with Stutter Edit 2

Developed in collaboration between iZotope and electronic musician Brian Transeau, widely regarded to have pioneered the stutter editing effect, Stutter Edit 2 was designed to let music-makers achieve the effect with a single button. The plug-in works by slicing up incoming audio into fragments, sequencing them in a way that forms rhythmically glitchy sounds. This … Continue reading Slice audio to a rhythmic stutter with Stutter Edit 2

How to Record and Edit Remote Podcasting in a Quarantined World: Making “Hot for Creature”

Remote recording is for now the new normal. The audio industry is adapting in incredible ways and podcasters are finding new ways to adapt. I have to admit, as a podcaster I was at a bit of an advantage when the pandemic hit. My podcast has been recording remotely for Read more… The post How … Continue reading How to Record and Edit Remote Podcasting in a Quarantined World: Making “Hot for Creature”