One of the most overlooked elements in mixing is panorama. It is the act of placing a sound element in the soundfield. Panning lets us select where in that space we place the sound. Panning can create excitement by adding movement to the track and clarity to an instrument by moving it out of the…… See More
Home Recording Equipment
These are all the posts on the site that discuss "Home Recording Equipment" or audio gear (usually hardware like microphones, interfaces, etc) of any kind, including recording software.
The C414 was launched in 1971, however, its origins can be traced back to 1953. That year AKG introduced the CK12 capsule found in its C12 condenser microphone. The C12 became an extremely popular studio mic with the BBC among the first to acquire several models. As solid-state technology advanced throughout the 1960s, AKG developed…… See More
Audionamix introduced its latest plug-in, IDC: Instant Dialogue Cleaner. It is the first real-time, cloudless solution from Audionamix. It has unique and effective dialogue cleaning technology through an intuitive interface, compatible with many workflows. “IDC is unique because unlike traditional denoisers that learn and remove noise, it works by separating and preserving speech, regardless of…… See More
Ableton’s latest update to Live 10 is an all-in-one solution for drum mixing needs as there is now a dedicated Drum Buss audio effect to make mixing drums easier than ever. Mixing your drums can be a daunting task. Producers and engineers often stack on plugins to try and achieve that powerful and punchy drum…… See More
When choosing among the many brands and models of compressors—both hardware and software—one of the first things any intrepid user is likely to notice is the significant difference in layouts. The basic complement of controls for any compressor consists of Threshold, Ratio, Attack, Release, and Makeup Gain. Threshold and Ratio determine when the compressor will…… See More