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SOFTWARE THE FUTURE IS… SOFT

There’s still plenty on the horizon to interest the purely in-the-box producer and anyone wanting to ‘touch’ their music…
Bitwig Studio 2 – well, surely they would say that, wouldn’t they…
Remixvideo looks like it allows you to produce videos on the fly from your DAW
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About MusicTech

The new issue of MusicTech Magazine is on sale Thursday 16th February and this issue we reveal the studio gear and production trends for 2017. Also this issue we have part 2 of our studio to release guide detailing the process your music needs to undertake to get in the charts. We review Orchestral Tools Metropolis Ark 2, plus new gear from Nord, Rob Papen, Spitfire Audio and more, we’ve also got tutorials covering Roland mimicking in Modular, how to use two Macs with Logic and continue the lazy guide to Live. Plus a huge DVD featuring 1.1GB of samples…