One of the most important areas that have to be considered in the production of any media is creating realistic sound. Creating realistic sound is not an easy task. Some of the methods that are used to create three-dimensional sound are through the use of room mics, Re-Amping, Echo, Hass ffect and Reverb. In case…… 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.
A List of Audio Myths To Help You Improve the Quality of Your Home Recording Studio. The author, however, calls a few of them true, so…not myths? Anyway, my favorite one is. 10. You need better gear to make better recordings. False. You need the correct gear for the recording at hand. You need better…… See More
Someone asked the following question on the Home Recording forum yesterday about cheap monitor speakers: A few days ago I asked a question on different forum about really cheap monitors as I need some. Well, I don’t have much money to buy myself..let’s say.. krk rp 5. I just need a cheap pair of monitors. …… See More
Someone asked this question over at the Home Recording Forum: If you’re getting the right tone from the start when you record, for example using the tone control on the guitar and its amplifier, why is EQ needed in mixing? I’ve read a bunch of articles singing the praises of EQ, but in the mixes…… See More
Making sure your audio can be heard easily and clearly is important. One of the best audio editing tools available to us is called compression. With a compressor, we can even out the volume of certain tracks in our recordings, or even the entire mix. One primary reason for this is to prevent the listener…… See More