This is part 2 of my Bitwig Studio review concerning the multi-touch features. For a general overview of the key Bitwig features check out part 1 which is on the Molten Music Tech blog here – http://moltenmusictech.com/bitwig-studio-1-3-review-part-1 I’ve been banging on about touch for about 4 years now and in the last year we’ve finally […]
The new version of PreSonus’ Studio One brings a lot of class and finesse to the sometimes brash and noisy world of digital audio workstations. It’s an accomplished piece of software that has caught up with its older rivals and has begun pushing some innovations of its own. One of those innovations is its support […]
This is a no holds barred deep dive into FL Studio 12 from the point of view of the desktop and the Surface Pro 3. Normally I post the written version on here just to highlight the video, but I thought I should do better and make the written version more complete with proper screen […]
Today I’m diving deep into version 2.1 of Open Labs Stagelight. So what is Stagelight? Apparently it’s the easiest way to create music, which is nice. And that’s just about all you get from the website – there’s lots of glossy images, lots of focus on the Timbaland and Linkin Park tie-ins, lots of lovely […]
Now we all know that the Surface Pro 3 is totally capable of running desktop software – so it shouldn’t be remarkable that Cubase or Pro Tools as in my last video or other DAWs run fine on it – it should be expected right? Totally, yes, but that’s not the whole point of what […]
Right then, Pro Tools – this is one of the more fussy bits of music software. Let’s see how it flies with the Surface Pro 3. Here’s the YouTube version, for the text please skip below. First of all can we run it on just the Surface without having to plug anything else in? Well […]
This is my Acer multi-touch screen attached to the Surface Pro 3 running Sonar X3…. Not ready for a proper blog post and video just yet but this was just too cool to not tell you about. More detail to follow at another time (and geez I’m getting bored of that Sonar demo song!).