The use of software to record audio and create music has evolved over the last few decades to a point where the majority of studio work is now done with the aid of a computer. There are still a few people out there using “stand alone” multitrack recorders like the Tascam DP-series, and even a few are still recording to multi-track analogue tape, but the use of a computer has become the primary way of capturing and creating music.
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Posted on September 17, 2015 by Richard Bottom
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Posted on February 19, 2015 by Dan The Man
Audient id22 and ASP880 in action
This is the Audient’s iD22 USB audio interface and monitor controller. It’s a high quality desktop solution for MAC or PC recording, with many features you might not expect to find on a unit of this price.
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Posted on September 3, 2014 by Dan The Man
With Komplete 10 offering more than ever before, there are many ways you can get the latest version depending on what you own already. This guide will help you choose the right product to get you up to version 10.
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