The Creative Passport — which is free for artists — has been designed to enable individuals working in the creative industry to better update, manage and share information about them and their work.
Wouldn’t music production be a little more fun if you didn’t spend so much time mouse-clicking and scrolling? When working with MIDI in a DAW, this is sometimes unavoidable. Luckily, DAWs like Logic Pro X are great at finding shortcuts to save you time clicking and more time creating. In this Logic Tips video, MusicTech … Continue reading Learn how Logic Pro X’s Collapse Mode and Brush tool can help you create new rhythms
You may have noticed some small changes to Ubersuggest recently, but now it is time for another major release. In the last few months, you have seen the application get faster, we are slowly (but surely) working on increasing data quality, and we have even made multiple updates to our Chrome Extension. But today, we … Continue reading Ubersuggest 8.0: The Ultimate Competitor Analysis Tool
My guest on the podcast this week is engineer John Cuniberti, who began his music career as the drummer in Eddie Money’s first band, transitioned to mixing monitors for Stevie Wonder, and eventually became chief engineer at San Francisco’s famed Hyde Street Studios. It was there John engineered a long line of seminal records for Bay artists like … Continue reading Engineer John Cuniberti, Spotify’s New Discovery Mode Tool, And Drive-In Concert Audio On My Latest Podcast
MadMapper 4 is here with a host of improvements. And the timing could actually be ideal – projection mapping and (especially) light mapping are alive in pandemic times, and an essential lifeline to those earning a living doing them. The post MadMapper 4.0: huge upgrade for the definitive light and projection mapping tool appeared first … Continue reading MadMapper 4.0: huge upgrade for the definitive light and projection mapping tool
Arranging a track is no easy task. You may want to move individual instruments to a new section for increased impact, reduce the amount of sound in one section for dramatic effect, or you may just want to repeat an entire section because it’s so darn good. Logic Pro X’s Marquee Tool is primed for … Continue reading Cut corners in your workflow with Logic Pro X’s Marquee Tool
Hollywood-quality color grading is about to get way more accessible, affordable, and automated. It’s all thanks to a fresh collaboration between experts in AI and live visual software – and studio colorists. The result promises to be a huge deal for anyone working with color in moving images. The post A breakthrough AI-assisted color grading … Continue reading A breakthrough AI-assisted color grading tool emerges from a VJ-Hollywood collaboration
cables.gl, available as a free public beta, does materials and gestures, 3D models, VR, and even MIDI all in browser. So – why not build a whole live VJ tool in it? The post Build a 3D VJ tool from scratch, in browser, in the free cables.gl beta appeared first on CDM Create Digital Music.
Once you’ve finished your track in Logic Pro X and bounced it out as a WAV, FLAC or MP3, you may notice that even though you’ve achieved a cohesive mix, it’s much quieter in comparison to commercial tracks. This is like because your track needs mastering. Limiters/expanders are critical tools in the mastering process, and … Continue reading How Logic Pro X’s Adaptive Limiter can be an essential mastering tool
With backing from the Berlin Club Commission and an experienced development team, closecontact is a simple but promising solution to pandemic contact sharing in the German capital. The post closecontact contact-sharing app: the latest tool in the fight to keep Berlin clubs open appeared first on CDM Create Digital Music.