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Does Mobile Music Making Matter?

Ashley Elsdon – the writer and musician behind the blog Palm Sounds - has posted some interesting thoughts on why he thinks mobile music is important. He mentions three main reasons why he thinks mobile music making matters. The first reason is immediacy and access: Inspiration doesn’t appear on a schedule, and doesn’t recognise when you have [...]



Cockos Reaper 4 Now Available, Here’s What’s New

Cockos has released Reaper 4, a complete multitrack audio and MIDI recording, editing, processing, mixing, and mastering environment for Windows and Mac. Reaper 4 is described as an evolutionary, rather than a revolutionary, upgrade: Reaper 4  is not a radically new experience from Reaper 3, but adds a number of useful new features, ease of [...]



Cakewalk Music Creator 6

Cakewalk has announced Music Creator 6, the newest version of its ‘Sonar lite’ music making app. Music Creator 6 Features: Based on Cakewalk’s SONAR X1 professional studio software Record up to 160 tracks of audio & MIDI (32 audio and 128 MIDI) 24-bit audio quality Drag & drop instrument sounds, loops, more (over 4 GBs [...]



Steinberg Intros Nuendo 5.5

Steinberg has unveiled Nuendo 5.5, which offers more than 20 new and enhanced audio editing and mixing features. Highlights include a time-saving take comping system and phase-stable audio quantization across multiple tracks. The new élastique Pro time-stretching and pitch-shifting algorithm, improved automation data editing, enhanced offline processing and extended compatibility with Pro Tools audio files further enhance [...]



Propellerhead Intros Reason Essentials

Propellerhead today announced Reason Essentials – an entry-level version of the new Reason 6 virtual studio. Reason Essentials will offer tools to record audio and virtual instrument tracks, arrange them with a flexible sequencer and mix them. It’s expected to be available Sept 30th, for 299/€279. Here’s the full Reason 6 vs Reason Essentials comparison….. Product [...]



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