Discovering and promoting new music is something that Has become easier than ever before with SoundCloud,. In this podcast, Justin takes us through how to do just that. He proceeds to look at his music stream, shamelessly promote some of his own music, and explain what playlists and radio stations are, as well as how to use them.
In part 4 of REAPER, we record a simple multi-track music project using VST plugins, MIDI drums, guitar amp simulators and some equalizers.
Remember that in Part 3, we created our tracks and made a guitar folder to make things simpler to quickly navigate the tracks in your project. In Part 4, we proceed to record two guitar tracks as well as a bass track. After, we briefly learn about the master track and limiters.
Part 3 is finally here. Alex shows some preliminary configuration options for setting up REAPER to record music on Windows. This includes per-project media folders and using the metronome. He also quickly blabs about MIDI devices.
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In this episode, Justin is joined by Leo and Jessica, as they go through interesting Cool Picks:
In this podcast, Justin demonstrates how to use Roger for iOS. While there are many different ways of sending audio messages to friends around the world, Roger offers something that cannot be matched: audio quality. Justin proceeds to show us the customizability that the app offers, as well as how to send and listen to voice messages. A big thank you goes to the developers of Roger, who took special effort to make their app accessible with VoiceOver, and who have pledged to continue this support in the future.
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There have been a lot of new and exciting changes released in this version of iOS. In particular, Apple appears to be focusing on multitasking and ease of use, as they continue to improve apps and provide a more user-friendly experience. Here are just a few features of particular interest:
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In this podcast, Alex demonstrates NVDA Remote, a free add-on for NVDA that makes it possible to control another computer using speech and Braille.