Recording Tips

  1. Top Home Recording Mistakes To Avoid

    Top Home Recording Mistakes To Avoid
      Nowadays, many musicians tend to prefer working in their very own home recording studios. This trend is usually meant to avoid the pesky booking process and exorbitant fees associated with using professional studios. Most of these people feel rushed and constrained to accomplish their projects in the allocated time. Still, putting aside the costly fees for utilizing professional studios, you cannot overlook the numerous advantages of settling for this process. Some of the most notable are being able to work with sound engineers and professional recording equipment. Granted, in-home studios are hard-pressed to offer such unparalleled convenience. However, this doesn’t necessarily equate to obtaining lackluster outcomes. When you take the time to discern the errors, which many a musician often make, you can ensure your projects are successful even if you are on a tight budget. So, here are some few tips on how to make this a reality.   Continue reading →
  2. Recording Tips: Improving Your Acoustic Guitar Tone

    Recording Tips: Improving Your Acoustic Guitar Tone
    An acoustic guitar is obviously a different beast than its electric brother and should be treated as such in the studio. The techniques and methods that are used to record an electric guitar are different from the way an acoustic recording should be tackled. With that in mind, we’re going to take a look at some conventional wisdom as it's related to getting the best acoustic guitar tone in a studio setting.     Continue reading →

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