When connecting all the wires of a home recording studio, things can get very complicated very quickly. It is really important to try to keep things as simple as possible. I just finished helping someone with their setup via e-mail. His stated problem that when adding a new track to previously recorded ones, the new…… 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.
Hey Everyone, Ken here. This is the first in a new series of articles by Lisa Theriot on an interesting audio topic, accents. Voice actors are frequently called on to provide different types of accents when performing voice over jobs. One of the most requested types of accents is “British” (as if everyone in England,…… See More
Multitrack recording software allows you to add tracks to previously-recorded tracks. This is mainly used in music recording where, say, you are a singer and want to record yourself singing harmony with yourself. You’d sing the melody first (usually) on one track. Then you’d open a second track and sing a harmony along with the…… See More
Home Recording: A DI unit, DI box, Direct Box or simply DI is an electronic device that connects a high impedance line level signal that has an unbalanced output (a.k.a., a piece of equipment) to a low impedance mic level balanced input, usually via XLR connector. The DI performs level matching, balancing, and either active…… See More
Home Recording: Another excellent article about mixing audio. As a mix engineer one is supposed to check his mix on as many systems as possible. Even then it is not sure if you would get the right mix.This is because each studio is unique and has its own acoustic characteristics.If you try to play the…… See More