There are so many challenges in a recording session and finding the perfect mic probably tops the list. Engineer’s who don’t have assistants would usually run back and forth to the control and live room to get the perfect mic position. Jon and Mike Russo at DynaMount have come to the rescue by developing a…… 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.
Here is the continuation of a segment from Audio Fanzine on recording bass guitar. You can get the perfect recording by mixing and several tracks to get the sound that you need. For example, you might like the definition of the DI take but you wish it had more “fatness.” Or if you want to…… See More
No matter how beautiful your cinema project is, if you want people to have the right emotion, having the perfect music is the key. There is a large amount of amazing royalty-free cinematic music to be found at AudioJungle. However, cinematic music kits are ideal for soundtracks. Music Kits are song tracks that have been pre-edited into…… See More
Probably one of the most affordable in the market, the Edifier R1800BT Stereo Bluetooth Speakers is not only affordable, it is also one of the best in its price range. It has 4 bass drivers and the front-facing reflex ports on both speakers. Since 1996 and has since dominated the consumer audio market in China and is…… See More
Although we don’t hear them in music as often as before, long song fade outs can still be appropriate. They’re super easy to do in any DAW. In Reaper, try doing it using automation on the Master Track Volume. Find out how to do that in the article here: https://reaperblog.net/2017/11/long-fade-out/…... See More