Using your reverb wrong can easily make your mix messy. You can make your music sound way more professional with just a few easy steps that you can do in seconds. One easy step is to use short decay times. Having too many reverbs and with too long decay times can easily make you mix…… 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.
Want to prevent bleeds from microphones? Want to get the perfect click to cut through the mix and making it groove? Something that’s more musical than an electronic click is better to groove to. Getting the right number of clicks per bar works better if there’s emphasis on the downbeat (beat 1) than on the other beats.…… See More
Although we don’t hear them in music as often as before, long song fade outs can still be appropriate. They’re super easy to do in any DAW. In Reaper, try doing it using automation on the Master Track Volume. Find out how to do that in the article here: https://reaperblog.net/2017/11/long-fade-out/…... See More
You are all done working on your new audio and when you listen to it there’s too much reverb. Can you reduce it without ruining the entire audio? In this video, Mike Gallagher shows you how to reduce reverb in you recorded tracks using the DAW software. View video here: https://www.sweetwater.com/insync/how-to-reduce-reverb-in-post-production/…... See More
Focus on making music in your studio by knowing and understanding the most common mistakes made in a home studio, if you can learn them you can avoid them. Nevertheless, if you are currently doing them there are ways you can fix them as well. The sad truth is it will cost three times as…… See More