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AskAudio Magazine: Volume 2 - Issue 1 (April 2014)

The Magazine for
Digital Music Makers

AskAudio Magazine features the latest in music production and performance tutorials, reviews, and interviews with industry experts. If you want to take your music to the next level you've come to right place!

Each issue is PACKED with tutorials for Logic Pro, Reason, Pro Tools, Ableton Live, NI, Cubase, and more!

Inside our April 2014 issue:


New Music Harder

Focus On: New Music Hardware

Hardware is making a comeback. While software advancements have brought professional music making features from high-end studios to modest computer systems, pushing real faders and knobs is much more fun and inspiring than staring at a screen and using a mouse. That's why hardware controllers and synths are becoming increasingly popular again.

NAMM and Musikmesse 2014 introduced lots of tactile gear to suit every pocket, and we've got the best of these reviewed and featured here. Universal Audio's Apollo Twin, Roland's AIRA TR-8 and TB-3 headline our hardware reviews and Arturia's MicroBrute, SPL Crimson and Korg's Volca Bass are featured too.

15 Gear Review

15 Gear Reviews

The big announcements are from Universal Audio and Roland. The Apollo Twin brings the UAD platform to a desktop sized device, while Roland's AIRA series looks to re-create the buzz of the original 808 and 303. Also check out the SPL Crimson, Apogee JAM 96k, Heavyocity's DM-307 and iZotope BreakTweaker reviews.

IInterview: Richard Devine

Interview: Richard Devine

In our feature interview, Richard Devine sound design supremo, shares some sage music production advice. We sat down with him to talk about the resurgence of analog hardware, drum machines, his favorite DAWs, the creative process, and how to become a successful sound designer and EDM producer.

Record, Mix & Master on iPad

Record, Mix & Master on iPad

When Apple released the first iPad in 2010, nobody could have predicted just how much it would change the lives of millions of people, in particular those working with music. Hollin Jones shows how to take a project from inception to professional completion using just an iPad, some choice accessories and a few apps!

12 x Software Tutorials

12 x Software Tutorials

There's something for everyone in this issue. From creating gated stutters in Logic X, to real-time MIDI editing in Pro Tools, making melodies in Push to sampling in Maschine 2.0, creating synth basses in Harmor to having fun with LoopMash in Cubase, plus a quick visual guide for Bitwig Studio.

Interview: Moldover & Heavyocity

Interview: Moldover & Heavyocity

The Godfather of Controllerism, Moldover makes time to explain his newest projects: Four Track and his collaboration with Livid Instruments, Guitar Wing. Plus, we went behind the scenes to Heavyocity's New York studio where they showed us the new DM-307 and shared their experience on creating critically acclaimed Kontakt instruments.

e-Disc: 2.9 GB of Plug-Ins & Samples

e-Disc: 2.9 GB of Plug-Ins & Samples

We've introduced our first e-Disc with over 2.9 GB of professional samples, loops and plug-ins which you can download from our special online e-Disc page. You'll find freebies from FXpansion, Sonokinetic, Wave Alchemy, and many more top developers. You'll also find all audio examples that accompany this issue's tutorials.