Hardware synthesizers usually don’t come with an AD converter, be it analog or digital making recording quite a peculiar process. Your first problem lies in that you need to get the signal into your DAW, and that would be through your soundcard. Here are two ways you can send a signal into your DAW using…… See More
Music Recording Tips and Gear
Articles specifically dealing with recording, mixing and mastering music - as opposed to voice-over specific recording tips, which can be found in the Voice-Over Recording category.
In any field, we could say that the basic foundation is always important. Like dribbling is a crucial fundamental skill to basketball and we could give so much more examples. But these basic skills is what brings out greatness in every craft. Now in recording, there is one major No-no that you need to know.…… See More
The 3:1 rule is oft-quoted, but it’s also a bit misunderstood. The rule is based upon the use of multiple microphones recording multiple (usually) instruments, and recording everything at the same time. There is quite a lot of misinformation about the 3:1 rule. When you record with 2 or more microphones at the same time – especially if…… See More
A member of the string family, the upright bass, also known as the double bass is the lowest pitched string instrument going as low as B0 (31Hz) on its five string version. Recording this instrument can be quite tricky because of its low tone, you begin by choosing the right microphone. Choose a mic that…… See More
We often use amp and speaker emulations in mixing and music production to give realistic sound to electric and bass guitars plugged straight to your DI box. But they can do more than what you think, here are a few creative ways you can use your amp and speaker emulations. Fake Stereo – Achieve convincing…… See More