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Blizzard Entertainment established their presence in the 90s with games whose shelf life seems to have no expiry date. With titles like "Diablo" and "Starcraft" still going strong, the company shows no sign of slowing down its reign as one...
It's not easy to find success with a new DAW in today's overcrowded market, but PreSonus have successfully made a name for Studio One, which was released in 2009. It advocates things like ease-of-use and a fast workflow, and the response...
The Halo franchise stands as one of the most lucrative and acclaimed media franchises in the world, having grossed well over $4 billion. After my interview with Microsoft’s Audio Director, Mike Cavaziel , I moved on to talk to Ken...
Many a gamer will have spent the holiday season in front of their TVs, playing the new “Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag” or it’s downloadable add-on, “Freedom Cry“. Olivier Deriviere scored the game, along with a number of other titles in...
Bitwig Studio is a DAW that caused a stir some years back with rumors of being able to challenge Ableton Live's workflow. The software has been in a beta phase for the past two years, but is finally ready to be released on...
For over 40 years, Dave Smith has been contributing to the world of music by pioneering the technology that is now in widespread use, whether through the creation of the first polyphonic synthesizer in the 70′s, or his role...