Solid State Logic, the manufacturer of legendary studio gear, has directed its attention to the DAW with its new UF8 eight-channel controller. The premium high-end hardware comes with SSL 360° software to custom-map parameters. Eight is the magic number with UF8. It features eight motorised 100mm touch-sensitive faders, eight touch-sensitive rotary encoders and eight high-res … Continue reading SSL’s UF8 is a premium controller for multiple DAWs
An article on different types of reverb and how to use them in a mix. The post How to Use Multiple Types of Reverb in a Mix appeared first on Pro Audio Files.
Would you benefit from having alternate versions of your master for streaming services and other platforms? This is a question that comes in regularly from my mastering clients. In today’s podcast episode and article, I give you my take. Want the short answer? OK, here goes: Nope! For the vast Read more… The post Do … Continue reading Do I Need Multiple Masters for Streaming Services (or Vinyl?) [Article + Podcast]
It’s common for producers to create different versions of a track to try out different arrangements, mix settings and other adjustments. More often than not, this leads to multiple files left on their computer with names like: Project1 mix1; Project1 double chorus; Project1 more bass!!! and…you get the idea. Logic Pro X has a useful … Continue reading How to use Logic Pro X’s Project Alternatives and save multiple versions of your track
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KV331’s Synthmaster One gets an update to v1.3, and introduces a host of new features. The wavetable synth gets a new white skin, new factory presets, scales and envelope types and also includes cross-platform cloud data sync. Synthmaster One v1.3’s 200 new presets have been designed by Brian Transeau, Kurt Ader and Luke Neptune. This … Continue reading Sync your patches on multiple machines with Synthmaster One’s new update