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Be up for Studio One 3! Tried and trusted freshly boxed.

6th August 2015 - General

In 2013 we explored Studio One 2 and we couldn’t resist adding it to our Pro Tools dominated workstations. Now, two years later, version 3 was released and we still use Presonus’ Audio Workstation in our daily work. Updates are always nice, but a whole new version is another…

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Useful Links: Where the Logic Ninjas learn! – Get ALL Logic shortcuts as simple overview

7th May 2014 - General, Useful Links

To us there is 3 big DAWs out there – for sure ProTools (my favorite), Studio One and of course Logic Pro. Many Composers love Logic and we also use it time by time for writing music. Get all the Logic Short in ONE simple…

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Imaging, Sound Design, Composing….the UK – Meet Dan Mumford, former BBC Radio 1 & 1Xtra Head of Sound Design

8th January 2014 - General, Interviews

I finally found the time to interview my friend Dan Mumford. He’s an extraordinary talented composer, imaging director and sound designer, who will share his incredible knowledge with you. For 10 years Dan has been working for BBC Radio 1 and 1Xtra. He started as a…

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YOUR VOTE: The DAW-Double!!!

26th November 2013 - General

Last week we wanted to know, what should be next on our blog and YOU voted for a special radio imaging test of Avid Pro Tools 11! On second place (pretty close) is Apples Logic Pro X… Thanks for voting guys – we decided to check them…

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From Moscow to Benztown or Russian Connection in Action – Meet Sergey Zelentsov

1st October 2013 - General, Interviews

A few weeks ago the benztown studios Stuttgart have been visited by a good friend and great production guy, Sergey Zelentsov from Moscow. He heads up the production department of one of the biggest european radio networks Europa Plus and he was here for a…

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Too many tools at once? – How many DAWs are right?

21st July 2013 - General

Hey guys, it’s Andre. The big audio software companies recently presented the latest versions of the most popular DAWs. Pro Tools 11, Logic Pro X, Cubase 7, Studio One 2, Ableton Live 9 – plenty of tools to mess around with. With all these various…

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Make the switch or 5 reasons to go for Studio One 2

7th June 2013 - General

Hey guys, it’s Andre. After seeing the first bits of Presonus’ new DAW Studio One 2, I was pretty pumped to see it live in action. Fortunately, I met Martin, who is a convinced Studio One user and I asked him why he is using…

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Make it finally clear – How to keep the overview in the plugin formats jungle

11th March 2013 - General

Hi guys, it’s Andre. Plugins are essential for every DAW. All complex audio manipulation, processing and of course all software instruments are plugins. When I’m showing a certain plugin, I often getting asked: ‘What formats does it feature? Does it work on my DAW as…

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“I wish my DAW could do…”

3rd May 2012 - General

In today’s world, music production, radio imaging, recording and mastering has become more and more a software solution. Today we are blessed with tons of DAWs and audio editing software. Pro Tools, Adobe Audition, Reaper, Cubase, Logic, Sonar, Sony Vegas and lots of other software…

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Free Open Source DAWs… an alternative to Pro Tools or Audition? Enter Linux MultiMedia Studio and Ardour

21st October 2011 - General

Getting started in Radio Imaging and production has never been easier. You’re not bound anymore to expensive outboard gear, you just need a decent computer. Also, there are tons of tips, tricks and tutorials for beginners all over the Internet and here. Perfect conditions to…

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Hands on Reaper – A competitor to Pro Tools?

10th August 2011 - General

As Pro Tools veterans since years, we know and love our Pro Tools. In my mind, Pro Tools is still the most effective DAW out there. But the competitors don’t sleep. Everyone wants to create the most powerful DAW and more and more different softwares…

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