When mixing a song, you will usually come to the point when you ask yourself “is this enough?” Or do I need to add a little more? When is enough enough? And when do you actually stop? Whether you are beginning or have a had few mixes up your sleeves, everybody goes through this time,…… See More
Music Recording Tips and Gear
Articles specifically dealing with recording, mixing and mastering music - as opposed to voice-over specific recording tips, which can be found in the Voice-Over Recording category.
Probably the most important track when it comes to drum recording are the overheads, or simply capturing the sounds of the cymbals as well as the stereo image of the whole kit. But the overheads have more to offer than this, they are also responsible mainly for the “natural” reproduction of the recording and is…… See More
Wouldn’t it be nice if we could have a handy symphony orchestra to play when we want where we want? Especially if you want to add them to your mix or your song. Unfortunately, our best option is string library now while there are plenty of choices out there but sometimes they just can’t provide…… See More
There are so many possible ways to drum recording and it could get complicated. From the space to your acoustics even to your gear, drum recording could get a little bit out of hand. Despite all these, there is hope, here some basic reminders how to record your drums. Stick to these and you would…… See More
Recording a band is challenging in itself much more recording it in a home studio. First of all, you will be having limited space and of course the availability of your equipment, like the number of microphones and all the other gear to capture all those tracks live. But it is not impossible, here a…… See More