While looking at one of my mixes onscreen, I realized I was using five different kinds of reverbs. I thought it would be interesting to take a look at those various reverbs. The main reason I turn to multiple kinds of reverbs in the same session is that they are sonically different and offer up…… 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.
The vocals are the hardest thing to mix since they are so important. The entire song is built around them! One of the most difficult things to get right is the vocal space. Let’s learn how to determine which is best for your song – reverb or delay. Reverb is the sound of the room.…… See More
This incredible music production software is available for both Mac and Windows and comes in three versions: Studio One Prime, Artist, and Professional. Prime is free, Artist around £80/$120 and Prime around £340/$480. The Prime and Artist versions lack many of the virtual instruments and effects that you get with Professional. You also get more…… See More
Antares Technologies, the global leader in professional vocal processing tools, announced that Auto-Tune Pro is now available. For two decades, Auto-Tune has remained the industry standard for natural, real-time pitch correction and vocal effects. With Auto-Tune Pro, Antares has incorporated its most advanced engineering innovations. Auto-Tune Pro features a sleek, intuitive interface that has been…… See More
Universal Audio has released the Lexicon 480L Digital Reverb and Effects plug-in, an emulation of the popular studio reverb unit. It includes all of the legendary original reverb and modulation algorithms, a re-creation of the “LARC” remote, and more than 100 artist presets. Now available exclusively for UAD hardware and UA Audio Interfaces, it is…… See More