by Paul Bordenkircher, Mesa Sand Music
With the power of modern personal computers and the availability of recording software, most musicians and songwriters have started recording their own compositions. If you’ve just started your research, you’ve probably come along many different names for software in this category – Logic, Cubase, Digital Performer, Live and certainly, Pro Tools, to name just a few. Each of these is a type of software commonly known as a DAW – short for Digital Audio Workstation.
By JP Dubya
Being a guitarist, when it comes to using four limbs at once, I might as well be tasked with dismantling a nuclear bomb. Which means I’m always looking for great drum solutions for composition. This is where XLN Audio’s Addictive Drums comes in. It’s a simple, easy-to-use piece of software that takes the pain out of drum programming.
Thought I would post this in case any of you have a rare genetic condition known as Dupuytren’s disease. Traditional western medicine would like to slice your hand open with many, many months of recovery time. There is another way called Needle Aponeurtomy.
Some info here: http://www.dupuytren-online.info/needle_aponeurotomy.html.
My doctor is here: http://www.plasticsurgerysf.com/faqneedleaponeurotomy/. Instead of months of recovery NA takes only a few days. This my third time with the procedure so I know of what I speak. There is no cure, even with typical hand surgery. If you have this condition check out NA.
OK so this is my first attempt at a review and I hope I am able to convey the usefulness of this fairly simple and relatively cheap piece of software. The download and authorization was very simple and straightforward and I was up and running in no time. There is a basic PDF manual that comes with it but to be honest it is so obvious that anyone with some experience of plug-ins and music software would have no problem. Continue reading
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