Whether you are recording your own music or working with a music file that already exists (usually a royalty free music clip for background music), there are many times when it is useful to cut, copy, and maybe paste sections of a song. Here are just a few of the more common reasons for needing…… 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.
IK Multimedia, maker of many excellent audio products but most recently some fabulous iOS apps, have just announced that they have released not one but several new mobile music apps for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch (I’ll just abbreviate that lat bit by saying “iOS” from here on out). One of these latest releases is…… See More
What do you do when you don’t have anyone else to sing harmony with? You sing harmony with yourself! Okay, what the heck is Ken talking about this time? Well, I was watching Glee a while back, and one of the songs in the show was the Queen song, Fat Bottomed Girls, which opens with…… See More
EQ (equalization) is a very useful concept and tool in audio recording. If you want to brush up on what it is all about, check out our article here: What is Equalization, Usually Called EQ? When first learning how to use EQ, it can be confusing to understand what settings to use for what sounds. …… See More
IK multimedia has added yet another cool product that can turn you iPHone, iPod Touch or iPad into a professional audio recording tool. This time it’s the iRig MIDI interface ($69.99), which allows you to connect a MIDI keyboard (or other MIDI device like drum machines, guitar and floor controllers, etc.) to your iOS device.…… See More