Now Available! "The Big Book of Studio One Tips & Tricks"
Craig brings unique expertise to a huge collection of practical tips for all aspects of production
This massive, 289-page eBook consolidates, updates, expands on, and categorizes 130 tips from Craig's popular “Friday Tip” blog posts—it’s essential reading for Studio One users. The book includes tips on how solve problems, enhance sound quality, improve workflow, achieve greater expressiveness, create signature sounds, and much more.
Written in a clear, authoritative style, and profusely illustrated, you’ll find tips and techniques designed to help take your songs to the next level. Make better music—and make it more efficiently—with The Big Book of Studio One Tips & Tricks.
Free bonus! Includes 39 presets (28 Multipresets, 10 Mai Tai and 1 Presence XT preset) that support the tips.
Note: This is a download-only product in PDF format. No physical product will be shipped.
Author/musician Craig Anderton is an internationally recognized authority on musical technology.
He has authored over 35 books, mastered hundreds of tracks, played on or produced over 20 albums, played Carnegie Hall, written over 1,000 articles for magazines like Guitar Player, Keyboard, Sound on Sound, Electronic Musician, Pro Sound News, Mix, and several international publications, as well as lectured on technology and the arts in 38 US states, 10 countries, and in 3 languages. He co-founded Electronic Musician magazine and has also consulted to leading companies like Gibson, Microsoft, Steinberg, Roland, Acoustica, E-Mu, Peavey, Alesis, Akai Professional, Native Instruments, Cakewalk, Ableton, Avid, and literally dozens more.
New Music: "The Singles"
The Singles was my music project for 2019, with seven singles collected as a video album. 2018's Joie de Vivre is all about rock meets EDM, and arranged as a continuous mix. Simplicity, from 2017, is a throwback to an almost singer/songwriter vibe, with 12 songs that are like musical short stories. Neo- is like what psychedelic music might sound like had it been invented in 2016 - the music is thick, layered, complex, and arranged like two sides of a vinyl album. I hope you enjoy the music, and thank you for listening!
Coming end of Summer: My 2020 music project, Try It, You'll Like It! Again, it's something different:, as it fuses rock with a Caribbean dance music flair.