Surface Pro 2017 audio performance and reliability for music production

Surface Pro 2017 audio performance and reliability for music production

How many plugins and VST instruments can the Surface Pro 2017 handle? I've run exhaustive tests of many different DAWs with many different plug-ins and can now offer a demonstration of the Surface Pro's potential for music production. IT's GOOD! I'll also show the thermal and CPU stability issues I encountered and how to solve them. Throughout the Surface Pro 2017 has been a reliable and capable platform - is it good enough for what you want? You'll find out in the video. It's a long video because I had to deal with many aspects of performance testing and deal with thermal and stability issues which were important to spend time on. I've split it up into chapters and highlights below if you want to dive straight into the part that interests you. But I'd recommend watching the whole thing to get the whole picture. Comments are always welcome! Introduction: 0:13 Setup under test: 2:59 LatencyMon: 6.32 Tweaking Windows: 7:37 Checkout out the DAWs: 12:20 Dawbench testing in Cubase: 16:18 (demonstrates CPU stability) Thermal issue: 22:19 (found during Dawbench testing) Stabilising the CPU: 28:52 Dawbench testing in Cubase take 2: 34:35 Dawbench comparisons with USB hub and Surface Dock: 35:32 Dawbench in Cubase with SGA1566 plugin: 38:09 Dawbench comparison on the Surface Pro 4: 40:04 Playing virtual instruments live: 44:58 Arturia V Collection Piano and Analog Lab: 45:44 Native Instruments Kontakt: 49:05 Polyphony test in Cubase with Halion and Kontakt: 52:52 Full musical project test: 57:12 Summing up... : 1:02:05 http://www.SurfaceProAudio.com

Best Audio Editing Software (3 Top Audio Editors for PC and Mac)

Best Audio Editing Software (3 Top Audio Editors for PC and Mac)

The best audio editing software for PC and Mac. A list of the 3 top audio editors for both Windows, macOS and Linux. This rundown of best DAWs covers everything from music production to waveform editing and even free audio editing software. Included in this video are these audio editors: Audacity: https://www.audacityteam.org/ Logic Pro X: https://www.apple.com/logic-pro/ Adobe Audition: https://mrc.fm/audition TwistedWave: https://twistedwave.com/ ▶ https://mrc.fm/presets ◀ 🎙 Adobe Audition Presets! 🎧 The audio presets I use. ▶ https://mrc.fm/learn ◀ Find out more about me and how we can work together. 🎤

Best laptop for music production 2019 - TOP 5 | New laptop buyers guide

Best laptop for music production 2019 - TOP 5 | New laptop buyers guide

How to buy the best new laptop for music production 2019? Buyers guide. But what is the best music production computer when you want yo buy a new one? Music production laptops come in all shapes and sizes. This video answers that question. What to look out for AND my 5 new laptop models & types that are a good notebook match for a music producer. ★ TOP 5 BEST LAPTOP FOR MUSIC PRODUCTION ★ • Microsoft Surface Book 2 (Intel Core I7, 16Gb Ram, 256Gb, 15"): ➔ https://amzn.to/2DtcEm4 - £2,464.00 • HP OMEN 15-ce006na 15.6-inch FHD - (Intel Core i7-7700HQ, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD, 1TB HDD, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050, win 10 Home) ➔ https://amzn.to/2CHRO0C - £1,049.79 • Apple MacBook Pro (15" Retina, Touch Bar, 2.6GHz 6-Core Intel Core i7, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD) ➔ https://amzn.to/2S7DcSg - £2,435.00 • ASUS ROG Strix GL703GS-E5036T 17.3-Inch FHD(Intel i7-8750H, 16 GB RAM, 512 GB PCI-E SSD + 1 TB SSHD, NVidia GTX 1070 8 GB, Windows 10) ➔ https://amzn.to/2S1GLcq - £2,019.99 • ASUS FX503VD 15.6” FHD, Intel Core i7-7700HQ 2.8GHz, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050, 128GB SSD + 1TB HDD, 8GB DDR4, Windows 10 Home ➔ https://amzn.to/2U3JC1Q - £899.00 🎥 COMPUTERS for MUSIC (IN GENERAL) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qk_lhtQps3M&t=2s&list=PLO0we5bJUGNLtLzjZcNsNmewpQx8ielIx&index=3 🎥 MAC OR PC? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EAPfEunmiy0&t=0s&list=PLO0we5bJUGNLtLzjZcNsNmewpQx8ielIx&index=6 🎥 MEMORY FOR MUSIC PRODUCTION https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8fOasded2B4&t=0s&list=PLO0we5bJUGNLtLzjZcNsNmewpQx8ielIx&index=9 📘 FREE E-BOOK with tips on buying laptops for music production: https://www.dexxterclark.com/free-ebook-truth-about-djing ★ TABLE OF CONTENTS ★ • 0:54 high range laptops • 1:10 mac or PC for music production • 1:44 intel or AMD processor • 2:24 memory • 2:42 storage: hard drive or ssd • 3:23 screen • 3:46 graphics / GPU • 4:11 thunderbolt • 4:16 blacklist & whitelist • 5:31 top 5 best laptops for music production 2019 • ?:?? 2 Bonus tips to save money In this video: • advice on laptop components to buy for music production • a blacklist and whitelist of laptops for music production • top 5 best laptops for music production 💰 SUPPORT THE CHANNEL BY DONATING: https://www.dexxterclark.com/donate 📘 FREE E-BOOK: Truth about DJ industry https://www.dexxterclark.com/free-ebook-truth-about-djing 👕 DJ THEMED T-SHIRTS, CAPS, MUGS and more: https://www.dexxterclark.com/dj-merchandise 📞 BOOK A SKYPE CALL FOR ADVICE: https://www.dexxterclark.com/coaching.html ♬ LEARN HOW TO DJ AND PRODUCE MUSIC subscribe: https://goo.gl/tMqYaZ 🔴 BE MY FRIEND ✅ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/dexxterclark ✅ Website: https://www.dexxterclark.com ✅ Instagram: https://instagram.com/djdexxterclark ✅ Facebook: http://facebook.com/dexxterclark/ ✅ My Retro Video Game channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5XK8hrgn35m5RqPBBMOUSg 🔎 HASHTAGS #musicproducer #laptopformusicproduction #producer

Icon Qcon Pro X - ALL IN review

Icon Qcon Pro X - ALL IN review

This Icon Qcon Pro X review investigates this DAW console and lets you make decisions about whether it can live up to the hype that has preceded it. Check Price of Icon Qcon Pro X on https://amzn.to/2E8zQpX Today music production whether in the home studio or in a more professional setting depends heavily on having the right music technology. This review looks at the Icon Qcon Pro X to help you decide if it is the right technology for your studio. This digital audio workstation may be the solution that you have been searching for to expand your creativity and start mixing on a whole new level. Icon Qcon Pro in Action. The Icon Qcon Pro X is ready to play right out of the box. This plug and play is one of the best control surfaces for Reaper. It is simple to get started with this DAW mixer. So far it was a pretty impressive machine before we ever put our hands on it. There are no software downloads to wait for. You just plug in the USB and you are ready to go. We like simplicity when it comes to music technology because it allows you to put your focus where it really matters on making music! Logic will detect the Icon Qcon Pro X automatically. The features engage immediately. The timecode fired right up, the faders were ready to go, and the jog wheel moved right through the sequence. There was no noticeable delays and no effort really to get started. One of the first things that you will notice about the Pro X is the build. It is a very rugged build. It is solid metal except for the small amount of trim. The encoders are rotary that can also be pushed as well. the buttons are very solid. They are not rubberized which we would have liked but they are a very sturdy plastic. The buttons also make a clicking sound when you push them which is a benefit, that sound lets you know you have engaged the button. For producers that are tracking, overdubbing, mixing and tweaking in the same space you may have to learn how to push those buttons softly to keep the clicking at a minimum. The Qcon is outfitted with a DAW select button which allows the Qcon to be ready before you turn on the DAW. It is a nice feature that has you up and running in Mackie or HUI instantly. The Playability. The Qcon really helps with workflow. Between the LCD screen that displays the channel names to the fader bank that allows quick movement in between eight channels, panning fast or making equalizer adjustments the Qcon really impressed. The only issue that you may come across with the controls in the Jog Wheel and its difficulty in Pro Tools right out the box. If you come across this issue there is a firmware update that can fix the problem. There were also some small issues in Mackie that we could not seem to find a solution for, maybe you can. Overall/ There are far more pros to report with the Qcon than there is cons. The price point is great, the build is sturdy, it delivers both easy compatibility and easy playability. The controls are highly responsive and there is room for expansion to add more faders. Some things we would like to see tweaked a bit include and expansion of the character capabilities on the LCD display. We felt that the limited characters on the display could require that you gave it more attention than necessary. There are also some limitations in Mackie we think need to be resolved but all and all this is a great option for anyone that wants a reliable control surface that is easy to afford and easy to use this is the machine. The reliable function is a great selling point and of course the rugged build is also a key consideration. Frankly the way this machine is built, it will last you a lifetime of constant use. It would be a great small investment for any studio and it delivers. Watch the video to learn more about the Qcon and enjoy the demo. Leave your comments and questions in the comment section below. #consordini #icon Our website - https://consordini.com Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/Consordini/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/consordini/

Surface Pro 6 Audio Performance Testing

Surface Pro 6 Audio Performance Testing

A deep dive into the music production performance and capabilities of the Microsoft Surface Pro 6. I'll be testing plug-in counts on multi-track audio, VSTi virtual instruments, polyphony and live performance. I'll be using Cubase 10, Ableton Live 10, Studio One 4 and instruments from Arturia, Native Instruments, Tracktion and Serum. The audio interface is the NI Komplete Audio 2. And the Surface Pro 6 is the i5, 8GB with 256GB drive. Tweaking video: https://youtu.be/2B5C23-Ixvo http://www.surfaceproaudio.com http://www.moltenmusictechnology.com http://www.patreon.com/robinvincent Intro - 0:14 Things to know before we begin - 2:29 System under test details - 7:44 What tests am I running? - 12:08 Running virtual instruments - 13:34 DAWBench plug-in test in Cubase - 24:16 HALion polyphony test in Cubase - 32:53 Studio One plug-in test - 37:05 Moment of reflection - 41:21 Building a track in Ableton Live with multiple synths - 43:12 Conclusions - 49:16

Music Mixing Surface

Music Mixing Surface

See more at http://media.aau.dk/~stg/tangibleMixSurface Flexible and Creative Music Mixing Interface - implementing stage metaphor on a multi touch surface. This video shows the newest version where we explore how different challenges can be re-solved when trying to implement the stage metaphor for controlling many audio channels. Challenges include: providing effects controls, avoiding clutter, enhancing creative exploration, etc...

Mixing the Chris Tomlin Tour with Waves Plugins

Mixing the Chris Tomlin Tour with Waves Plugins

In this video, FOH engineer Jeff Sandstrom (Chris Tomlin, Passion City Church) shows how he mixes live vocals, drums and guitars using Waves plugins, the Waves MuliRack live plugin host, and DiGiGrid audio interfaces. Waves Live: http://www.waves.com/tag/live-sound?utm_source=ytd&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=OxmQbyCEBv0

djay Pro for Windows - The #1 DJ software with Spotify integration!

djay Pro for Windows - The #1 DJ software with Spotify integration!

Introducing djay Pro - Algoriddim’s award-winning DJ software is now on Windows - seamlessly integrated with Spotify! djay Pro provides a complete toolkit for DJs of all skill levels. Built specifically for Windows 10, djay Pro seamlessly integrates with your iTunes library, Windows Explorer, and Spotify, giving you instant access to millions of tracks. Pristine sound quality and a powerful set of features including high-definition waveforms, four decks, audio effects, and hardware integration give you endless creative flexibility to take your sets to new heights. djay Pro for Windows is now available from the Windows Store: http://www.algoriddim.com/store/djay-pro-windows A free trial can be downloaded here: https://www.algoriddim.com/djay-pro-windows/download Learn more about djay Pro on our website: http://www.algoriddim.com/djay-pro-windows

Multi-touch review of Studio One v3 from Presonus

Multi-touch review of Studio One v3 from Presonus

Check out the multi-touch elements in the new version 3 of Presonus' Studio One DAW software. This is a companion video to the review I've written for Sound On Sound magazine's September issue. There's also a second video focusing on running Studio One on the Surface Pro 3. http://www.soundonsound.com/sos/sep15/articles/s1v3.htm Surface Pro 3 video - https://youtu.be/dXNdV56-nQo http://www.moltenmusictechnology.com

Waves eMotion LV1 Live Mixer – Quick-Start Tutorial

Waves eMotion LV1 Live Mixer – Quick-Start Tutorial

Watch this video tutorial to get started setting up, configuring and using eMotion LV1, a digital live sound mixer for FOH, monitor and broadcast engineers. eMotion LV1: https://www.waves.com/lv1 SEE CHAPTER LINKS: 00:00 Intro 00:51 Typical mixer setup 01:59 How to install the eMotion LV1 mixer software 03:22 Setup Window – How to configure the mixer 06:12 Patch Window – How to patch devices on the SoundGrid network 08:37 Show Window – How to manage sessions and scenes 10:31 Channel window – How to view & control all channel parameters 12:03 Mixer Window – How to view & control your mixer parameters

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