He may not be a household name but if you grew up in a certain era, you know his music. A founding member of classic rockers Heart, Roger Fisher‘s opening riff on “Barracuda” has been a prerequisite lick for every fledgling rock guitarist for more than a generation.
Drummer Thomas Holmen is a very busy guy. As guardian of the groove for Danish pop-rock sensations Infernal, Holmen spends his days on the road, cranking a powerful backbeat for one of Denmark’s most popular bands.
Looking at Daniel Myer‘s discography, one has to wonder when he sleeps. From his work with influential electro-industrial crossover group Haujobb to his Xbox soundtrack work, the electronic dance-music pioneer has recorded more material in the past few years than most people do in a lifetime – no mean feat considering that he seems to also be perpetually on tour with several different bands.
PreSonus is now shipping Studio One™ Free, a new entry-level version of its popular DAW for Mac and Windows. Intended for beginners who don’t yet need the advanced features in Studio One Artist, Producer, and Professional, Studio One Free provides all of the recording and editing features needed for basic music production—and as its name implies, it’s free.
PreSonus announced version 2 of Studio One, its groundbreaking, easy-to-use DAW for Mac OS X (Snow Leopard and Lion) and Windows XP/Vista/7 (and soon, Windows 8). Version 2 offers more than 100 new features and enhancements, including fresh takes on multitrack comping, multitrack MIDI editing, transient detection and editing with groove extraction, and Folder Tracks. And only Studio One 2 offers exclusive, tightly integrated Melodyne pitch correction. Yet the software is still uncluttered and easy to use.