Compression and EQ techniques for vocal and guitar are explained here. Compression is the technique of evening out the loud and soft parts of the vocal or instrumental music. EQ should be used to subtly color the sound of a particular track. While doing so, it is usually more effective to pull out some frequencies…… 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.
A List of Audio Myths To Help You Improve the Quality of Your Home Recording Studio. The author, however, calls a few of them true, so…not myths? Anyway, my favorite one is. 10. You need better gear to make better recordings. False. You need the correct gear for the recording at hand. You need better…… See More
Someone asked the following question on the Home Recording forum yesterday about cheap monitor speakers: A few days ago I asked a question on different forum about really cheap monitors as I need some. Well, I don’t have much money to buy myself..let’s say.. krk rp 5. I just need a cheap pair of monitors. …… See More
Here is my suggestion for the best way to put a music recording studio together for $600. Someone whose been using his brother’s home studio found out Bro was moving out and taking his gear with him. He had a budget of $600 and planned to mainly record acoustic, electric and bass guitars, and various…… See More
Someone asked this question over at the Home Recording Forum: If you’re getting the right tone from the start when you record, for example using the tone control on the guitar and its amplifier, why is EQ needed in mixing? I’ve read a bunch of articles singing the praises of EQ, but in the mixes…… See More