Don’t let assumptions on the traditional instrument roles limit your decision making when it comes emphasizing which instruments should be strong and which ones should take a step back. It is not always about the vocals has to be loud or the bass having the thump, and so on and so forth. Don’t set them…… See More
Home Recording Tips and Techniques
These are posts tagged as "Tips and Techniques" to help you improve the quality of the audio you record from your home studio.
Scott Hawksworth runs a site called AudioSkills that is dedicated to helping folks record and produce music in their home studios. He also produces a podcast. His most recent guest on the podcast was none other than yours truly :-). I’ve been focusing a lot on helping folks get a professional sound from home studios…… See More
Flippo Medas a regular contributor Home Studio Musicians – Audio Issues Audience, shared an amazing trick for those of you trying to create separation between the guitars and vocals. ” I think I just “discovered” a way to get both guitars and voice to have their own space when they risk masking each other. ” Sidechaining is…… See More
When it comes to mastering knowing is never too much, because doing with just a little knowledge can lead to bad habits eventually leading to disaster. Such practices result in bad quality and the musicality of recordings in general over the last few years. Especially today with all the tools available out there knowing just…… See More
When we talk about the concept of gain structure some of us would go back to a different age form the past. Where each separate box was a link in the audio chain. But in today’s all-digital and all in the box world things might have gotten a little more complicated. Although the evolution of…… See More