Home Recording Equipment: The Compressor. Ratio and attack settings are the most important settings to learn about using a compressor. The attack setting tells the compressor how quickly it should compress the signals once it crosses the threshold. Whereas the ratio tells the compressor how much to compress once it crosses the threshold. The attack…… 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.
When connecting all the wires of a home recording studio, things can get very complicated very quickly. It is really important to try to keep things as simple as possible. I just finished helping someone with their setup via e-mail. His stated problem that when adding a new track to previously recorded ones, the new…… See More
Radio ready voice recordings are possible to create at home. We just received the following from someone who had just completed The Newbies Guide To Audio Recording Awesomeness 1 video tutorial course on home recording: First I want to congratulate you on an excellent job. The home brew audio [Newbies Guide To Audio Recording Awesomeness…… See More
Home Recording: A DI unit, DI box, Direct Box or simply DI is an electronic device that connects a high impedance line level signal that has an unbalanced output (a.k.a., a piece of equipment) to a low impedance mic level balanced input, usually via XLR connector. The DI performs level matching, balancing, and either active…… See More
MIDI for your iOS device? Oh yeah. News from Summer NAMM 2011 tells of yet another awesome product from IK Multimedia, the folks who brought you the iRig microphone and Amplitube iRig guitar interface products for your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch. This time it’s iRig MIDI which, you guessed it, allows you to connect…… See More