Less is more when it comes to recording a great-sounding drum kit. There have been a handful of methods used such as using a mic on each drum. I believe that a drum kit is an ensemble, therefore, it has a “group sound”. Location is very important and often neglected. You can set up the…… 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.
Songs written for streaming distribution have different structure compared to the ones specifically produced for the radio. Though a lot may have produced songs for streaming, it doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t explore and use your creative impulses to take the songs wherever it should go. The thought of editing a 5-minute song down to…… See More
Drums are as important as the other instruments when it comes to recording. It makes or breaks the song since it sets the foundation for all other elements. You have to keep in mind this list of tips and tricks to get quality drum tracks during recording. First, you need to start with a great…… See More
Thinness is a common issue amongst DIY recordings. So in this post, we will talk about the process of making your songs sound fuller. If you want to make your home recordings sound professional, try these easy recording hacks. Rest assured that these would really make a huge difference. One of the simplest recording hacks…… See More
Reverb is added to create width and depth to the track as well as elevate an otherwise boring sound. But just like with the other facets of mixing, it is often overlooked or misunderstood. To effectively apply it, you must know how much to use and how to adjust its various parameters. What are the…… See More