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. Music Tips: The Basics of Mixing

    Music Tips: The Basics of Mixing
      If you're a musician, it is only natural that you will soon want to record your stuff. Luckily, you don't have to own a million dollar recording console to come up with some solid recordings. Still, you'll need to know what you're working with. Below, we take a look at a vital component of recording -- the mixer.   Continue reading →
  3. Tips To Improve Your Recording Setup

    Tips To Improve Your Recording Setup
    The advancements in technology have made recording much easier, and now rising stars can effectively compete with the big fish in this sea of the music industry. How is this possible? Often, one can record even without the expensive gear that the rivals have. But you have to be smart about your purchase. Below, we look at some key tips that can help your recording setup rise to the next level.     Continue reading →
  4. The Difference Between Gain and Trim

    The Difference Between Gain and Trim
    qd16Gain and trim are two terms that often confuse players unfamiliar with the terms. What makes matters worse is that manufacturers often use the two interchangeably. Although both gain and trim do very similar jobs that often overlap, the key difference lies in their main purpose and what they generally imply. Continue reading →
  5. Finding The Right Recording Studio

    Finding The Right Recording Studio
    Most musicians who are able to crank out quality recordings spent some time trying to find the best studio for their needs (and budget). If you're ready to hit the recording booth but aren't sure what to look for in a studio, there are some things to know before you invest your time and hard in money on just any location. Below are some of the factors you need to take into consideration before you choose a studio.     Continue reading →

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