I will reveal to you some simple tricks that allow you to get a guitar sound that is more “lively” or “produced,” for lack of a better word. The first trick is to double a crunch or heavily distorted guitar with a clean one. By sub-mixing a clean sound, you will be able to retain…… 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.
Hardware vocal processing was once the preserve of live performers. But now the technology is much more advanced, not to mention affordable, and it has become much more widely available. Roland’s latest offering in this field is the VT-4 Voice Transformer, a powerful new effects processor for manipulating the human voice. Compact and easy to…… See More
There are microphone preamps that we use when we need some color or when we need transparency. The new SPL Crescendo 8 channel mic preamp was intentionally created to be as colorless as possible by using an approach that you won’t see in inexpensive mic pres. The preamps in the Crescendo achieve the transparency using…… See More
Studio One from PreSonus is the latest version of the company’s powerful DAW that is important in many studios and production setups. There’s a short video from the course Studio One 4 101: Quick Start Guide, expert producer Joshua Carney guides you through the process of creating a new song from scratch. When you choose…… See More
There aren’t many that I really get excited about, which is why the new Centrance MixerFace R4 mobile recording interface and recorder is so unusual. The unit packs a powerful punch, with 2 great sounding mic preamps, excellent convertors, and a loud and clean headphone amp. The two mic inputs use XLR combo jacks and…… See More