We spend a lot of time with our Digital Audio Workstations. We spend a lot of time learning them. We spend a lot of time developing a workflow around them. And every time a competitor comes out with either a cool new feature or reminds us of a feature it has long had that ours does not, we want it NOW!!!
Articles written by Jay Asher
Every once in a while, some clever people come up with a solution to an issue that the DAW developers simply have not addressed
In the famous words of Clint Eastwood’s Dirty Harry, “You’ve got to ask yourself one question. Do I feel lucky? Well, do ya, punk?”
Before this year there have been a goodly number of audio interfaces in various price ranges available that were more than good enough in most ways
Let’s assume first of all that regardless of how many machines are in your rig, you are committed to using a Mac as the primary machine. Then the question becomes which Mac?
What a great time it is to be a composer working with digital products! This last year has seen major revisions to almost every DAW, packed with lots of new features
“Think Different.” Anyone remember that slogan?
People often write me about the pros and cons of switching from another DAW to Logic Pro
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