I just received a question through the Home Brew Audio YouTube channel (http://www.youtube.com/user/homebrewaudio) about recording vocals at home. This person doesn’t understand why when they sing loud into the mic in their home recording studio, the sound comes out distorted. Here’s this person’s question and our answer: Q: well what I’m trying to understand is…… 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 term voice recording software, especially in the context of recording voice overs, is actually sort of a misleading term. That’s because pretty much any software that is designed for recording on a computer is going to be just as capable of recording the human voice as any other audio. So the real question, becomes…… See More
The video for this is finally done! Recently we published an article on how to take a song apart (figuratively) in order to learn how the pros record music. In order to demonstrate this concept, we used a song from Joss Whedon’s Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog. The song is called My Eyes (sometimes referred to…… See More
Home Recording Equipment – Accordions & Didgeridoos: Microphone Techniques… The Old Soundman: Lawyers & Open Mics Church Sound Files: The Nature Of Soundcheck… Read the full article here: ProAudio.com Launches “12K Giveaway” Sweepstakes…... See More
Over on the Home Recording Forum, someone started a post entitled: All You Old Farts – Born Before 1967. Now I don’t know what the significance of 1967 is, but by that definition (born in 1964), I guess I’m an old fart (even though I LOOK fabulous…shyaa). The idea was to get some idea what…… See More