You can break up a single long audio file into several smaller files very easily using an audio editing program such as Adobe Audition. Other programs may have other ways of doing the same thing, but this article will focus on the tools in Audition. So are you ready to save a little life? Read…… 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.
The key to professional sounding audio, especially in home recording situations, is to keep as much noise out of the audio as possible. The less noise (hum, buzz, hiss, lawn mowers, computer drive noise, etc.) you have mixed in with the sound you’re trying to record, the better. Prevention is best. That’s my story and…… See More
Here’s one suggestion on how to record a voice over. Ready to land your next voice over job? Here is a fairly detailed step-by-step guide for creating a pro quality voice over using Audacity (the free audio software). The steps here will work for any mic, but you should use at least a decent USB…… See More
Recording acoustic guitar, along with some voices and other instruments, is one of the most common home recording activities out there. Today I thought I’d describe the techniques I use when recording this type of music. If you’d like to get an idea of how my recordings sound (pretty-much all acoustic/folk/singer-songwriter type music), you can…… See More
We have been recording our Christmas CD for Raven Boy Music (should be out by next week!), and I thought I’d put up a quick sample of what some of the music sounds like. I’m hoping to give you an example of what can be accomplished on a PC recording studio in a room of…… See More