Tag: vst

Musical Rut.

Dueling With The Tech Dark Side. The DAWs, MPC, Roland, ZenBeats, etc., I don’t know where to begin, but I have thoughts when I log into Siteground, and start blogging… But I’d much rather work on Music, but when I do, it must be the connection to the internet, cause all the secure programs want …

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Well, I went back to the MPC software.

And AKAI needs work with enabling their software. The iLok license manager is a drain on the activation process, I deleted it off my system, and maybe they got offended. I tried to make an account with them, cause of a drum program I bought last year or the year before, and I was refunded …

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Studio One 6… is a dud, at least for me, and my workflow.

It’s not very intuitive, and I’m lost in figuring it out. There are times I’m swimming in circles, they don’t have an obvious export button to export the masters or the export with all the filters and metadata, other DAWs like Reaper, Vegas, and Acid do… they have their flaws too, but they are the …

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DAW Choice for NOW

Studio ONE 6, For Now at Least. I think I picked Studio One 6 by PreSonus. It seems to work with my workflow style, and it seems easy and works well with MPC devices, and even VST plugins with the Equator synth software… Well, I don’t know if it works with the Equator, but I …

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