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
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.
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
We know mastering can be a tedious task at times especially when you’re a singer/songwriter who just wants to release your song who only knows much and can’t afford so much. That’s where most of us are it’s either the lack of skill or the lack of money that sometimes slows us down. Well if…… See More
It is better to resolve conflicts ahead before getting deeper into your recording. Anticipation, asking the right questions at the right time help resolve these conflicts so you can go on with your recording. Keeping it moving and improving. If you would ask, preproduction is the best time to ask the right questions and resolve…… See More
Besides being the backbone of electronic-music production Step-time sequencing is a great way to create exciting keyboard lines. Mark Cousins runs us through the steps here is how. Proven and tested the step sequencer is an important part of electronic music, from the 1970’s up to date is still very popular. To explore the process we…… See More