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Avid goes dark with Pro Tools 2020.11 update

Avid delivered the latest update, 2020.11, to its flagship DAW, Pro Tools. In it, users will find a new "dark mode" ability, among other enhancements.

Avid Pro Tools | Carbon interface is formatted for home studio and remote recordings

Avid has released its latest interface, Pro Tools | Carbon. Intended for smaller setups, the latest release from Avid is limited to Mac-based setups.

NAMM 2020: Avid announces folders are coming with Pro Tools 2020 update

Avid walked into NAMM with some incredible news, announcing a new update coming soon to Pro Tools very soon, including auxiliary, and track folders.

The best DAWs money can buy

Looking for a new DAW? There are a ton of great options out there, and some are definitely better than others. Here are the best DAWs available.

In Avid’s Pro Tools 2019 you’ll be able to create 1,024 MIDI tracks

Avid has given a few more details about what we should expect from Pro Tools 2019, including that the DAW will offer double the maximum MIDI tracks.

Waves: Abbey Road Studios J37 Plugin

When I was going through high school, I remember hearing and seeing a lot of other kids in the hallways talking about “the new Jay-Z album”, while others might blast Rihanna through their earbuds as they twerk their way to the next class. I wasn’t like these other kids. My parents, from an early age, got me listening to classic rock and other tunes they grew up with as a kid. And...[Read More]

TC Electronic Finalizer Express

In the world of recording and producing music, there are many people just starting out who believe that mixing a song for their artist is the final step. Except there is one process at the very end that can seem small or unimportant to the untrained ear, but make a big difference to the everyday person listening to this brand new song: Mastering. Now mastering, to some, may take as little as throw...[Read More]

Raven MTi – DAW Multi-Touch Control

As a studying music producer, I work a lot with Pro Tools. Both in my classes, and on personal projects. But one big thing about using any DAW (Digital Audio Workstation), through a laptop or desktop computer, is that you have to use the mouse. Which over time can become easy and pain-free, but sometimes it just gets on your nerves when your pan knob just won’t do what you want it to. A few ...[Read More]