We’ve put together several how to videos that show you how to use Musistic to send and receive audio files while working within the digital audio platform or your choice. Below you can browse these videos of using Musistic in the top DAWs.

Musistic in Ableton

Receiving Audio in Ableton with Musistic Recording Plugin – Mac

Sending Audio in Ableton with Musistic Recording Plugin – Mac

Receiving Audio in Ableton with Musistic Recording Plugin – Windows

Sending Audio in Ableton with Musistic Recording Plugin – Windows

 

Musistic in Logic Pro X

Receiving Audio in Logic Pro X with Musistic Recording Plugin – Mac

Sending Audio in Logic Pro X with Musistic Recording Plugin – Mac

 

Musistic in ProTools

Receiving Audio in ProTools with Musistic Recording Plugin – Mac

Sending Audio in ProTools with Musistic Recording Plugin – Mac

 

Musistic in Studio One 2

Receiving Audio in Studio One 2 with Musistic Recording Plugin – Mac

Sending Audio in Studio One 2 with Musistic Recording Plugin – Mac

Receiving Audio in Studio One 2 with Musistic Recording Plugin – Windows

Sending Audio in Studio One 2 with Musistic Recording Plugin – Windows

 

Musistic in Bitwig Studio

Receiving Audio in Bitwig Studio with Musistic Recording Plugin – Mac

Sending Audio in Bitwig Studio with Musistic Recording Plugin – Mac

 

Musistic in Mulab

Receiving Audio in Mulab with Musistic Recording Plugin – Mac

Sending Audio in Mulab with Musistic Recording Plugin – Mac

 

Musistic in Reaper

Receiving Audio in Reaper with Musistic Recording Plugin – Mac

Sending Audio in Reaper with Musistic Recording Plugin – Mac

Receiving Audio in Reaper with Musistic Recording Plugin – Windows

Sending Audio in Reaper with Musistic Recording Plugin – Windows

 

Musistic in Tracktion

Receiving Audio in Tracktion with Musistic Recording Plugin – Mac

Sending Audio in Tracktion with Musistic Recording Plugin – Mac

Hopefully you enjoyed these videos on how to send and receive audio in Musistic! This is not an extensive list of digital audio workstations you can use Musistic with, but it should give you a good starting point with these instructions. If there are DAWs you’d like to see here soon, please let us know!