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Music Production Tutorials

Do you find your guitar tracks thin and sounding small? Do you want richer and wider sounding guitar tracks? If you have having trouble getting wide sounding guitar tracks, I have put together a quick video tutorial on how to get wider and bigger sounding guitar tracks.

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If you work with MIDI, here are four tools that you might find useful. These tools vary from the debugging utility to creating MIDI controllers with your USB devices. There are lots of data generated with MIDI and there are numerous ways to use the information. These apps will help you see and manip...

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If you are a student or a musician that is just starting out, you might not have the budget to purchase a bunch of music production software to help you record and produce your own music. I too was once a student and perfectly understand the troubles that you are in.

There are always a bunch of free (legally free) software that helps you get started. Truth be told, majority of the free software out there are good enough for basic recording and production. The professional software are there to help professionals who record and produce on a daily basic to be faster and more productive. There’s no need to crack open the piggy bank to spend tons of money on a professional digital audio workstation when you are not going to use 90% of its features yet.

I have listed below five free(ish) digital audio workstations that I find would be the most useful to budding musicians and producers. These software would allow you to record, edit and mix audio and midi tracks.

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Audio plugins come in various formats to support loading in different digital audio workstations. When you are looking for new plugins to extend your digital audio workstation, you need to ensure that the plugin format is one that your digital audio workstation supports. Below is a table of popular...

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Using the correct edit mode in Pro Tools can greatly help improve your speed and accuracy during editing. The four edit modes in Pro Tools assist in the arrangement and manipulation of clips in the edit view. Switching between modes is common when working on a session to facilitate the current edit task at hand.

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