Do you still remember buying your first audio interface but somehow couldn’t figure out how to do your recording? With all the cables and attachments it’s just so easy and tempting to point a finger and say it’s the mic or the headphones, they are not working but at the back of your head you…… 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.
Saturation often is taken for granted, if you are still in the analog age. But today in this digital age it’s a must that we use saturation plugins. It’s like having a little distortion and it’s a lot of fun. Here are some of the top saturation plugins available out there in the market so sculpt…… See More
Known for its pricing model and accessibility Reaper has narrowed down the list of the top USB microphones if you wish to record your demos. Now if you are on a budget there are still a lot of good quality plug and play microphones out in the market today, Blue mic’s “Snowball and the Behringer…… See More
The evolution of software synthesizers continues at a such a rapid pace that Martin Delaney of musictech.net has rounded up the top 6 from a long list of software synthesizers to open 2018. If you are planning to create a film here is the top choice for you. Spitfitre Audio – BT Phobos Well known for its…… See More
The Arrow is a portable 2-in/4-out device for macOS and Windows that’s entirely bus-powered. The brand new audio interface from Universal Audio is their most portable interface to date. Just like the previously released version, Apollo, Arrow has a 24-bit/192kHz A-D/D-A conversion, Unison preamp modelling technology and real-time UAD plug-in processing. Like the Apollo Twin, the…… See More