A home studio is not something that everybody can easily afford and it goes the same for recording vocals in one. Profesional studios spend quite an amount of money for all the gear and tech you can find in them. That is why celebrities use them to do their recordings. But don’t lose hope just…… 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.
Dark Horse Institute instructor, Steve Lamm, will be talking to you on this week’s episode of Tech Tuesday on how Mic Preamp Distortion may create great tones. Ensuring that the signal is not distorted, mic preamps on gain staging are used but have sufficient gain to be recorded. Using distortion, some of the best, fun…… See More
Compression has become popular especially in the modern music of today. Compression amplifies the sound and brings up those small parts while controlling the overall sound. Here are three compressor tweaks that might have been overlooked that can help optimize your sound. Most engineers have actually opted to overlook these parameters which actually worked in…… See More
Probably one of the fastest growing form of media today is podcasting. Gaining popularity in the last years with over 112 million listeners in the United Sates alone. So it is no surprise that musicians, different business brands have jumped in the wagon, and has started their own recordings. Now since most of these are…… See More
Celebrating 8 years of recordingrevolution.com Graham Cochrane came up with this list to help home studio owners create good music while keeping their budget intact. A lot of things have changed in the past eight years that home studio owners have benefited from, from starting a home studio for only $500 now costs even less…… See More