Between the keyboards or the guitar up top in their performance, who will you choose? It’s not always an easy choice to make especially from mixers point of view. So how do you decide whether to push one or the other? As challenging as this task is the good news, there are ways you can…… 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.
Ever heard the phrase “Cut, don’t boost!” and ever wondered is it true? Do you want to know when to cut or when to boost when sculpting your EQ? Well, this article is just for you. Understand that equalization is a mixing engineer’s most powerful tool. You can transform a bad sounding instrument to and those…… See More
With the variety of levels being used in passing signals between audio gear, it takes some mastery to be able to comprehend it. But there is hope because it is something that can be mastered and once you do it can be a walk in the park. Here are some basic things you need to…… See More
Direct recording the performance of a musician is not a bad idea at all, besides it’s pretty easy to do compared to any of the traditional ways. There are a few options you can choose from like using a DI box to duplicate your guitar’s signal. As to why you should be doing it? Well,…… See More
If you are not an audio engineer, you probably in one way or the other have neglected the importance of compression. Like what other people do set it and forget it. Really, if you’re simply wanting to release a podcast or record voice-overs, maybe even your own video, who has the time right? It actually…… See More