I do a LOT of voice-over recording using Reaper. I also worked for years (before Reaper) using Adobe Audition for all my editing needs. So I have some deep neural pathways for using a separate audio editor for final processing of any audio I record, including the stuff I record in Reaper. HOWEVER, reaper is…… See More
These are posts that involve the topic of editing audio.
Craig Anderton, who is famous in the recording and electronic music making world for his books, articles and, of course, as a musician, just published an article about his six favorite home recording studio accessories. That definitely caught my eye as something our readers might be interested in. So I checked it out. There are some…… See More
“Compression” is an audio treatment or “effect” that is often hard to explain to someone new to audio recording. Actually, the basic idea of compression isn’t very hard at all; it’s just too often poorly explained, like a LOT of audio recording concepts. I’ve given it a shot a couple of times here on Home Brew Audio…… See More
The Reaper blog just published a post about a setting I didn’t know about, and it really helps me a lot! It’s called the “Snap Relative to Grid” setting. In a lot of my tutorials, I warn people to pay attention to whether the Snap tool (looks like a magnet – see the pic on…… See More
This has not even been publicly announced yet, but as readers of Home Brew Audio, you and I get special pre-announcement notice. How cool is that? So what are these new items? Zynaptiq UNCHIRP Plug-in Electronic Download – (Codec Artifact Removal & Transient Retrieval) I can’t wait to try this! You know that weird swirly…… See More