recording

  1. Wrapping Your Head Around Proper EQing

    The Pixies ; You'll get the reference once you read the article Hands down – one of the toughest things for those new to the world of home DIY recording has to be equalization. It’s an extremely useful tool that is too often either overused or used incorrectly. The reason for this I found is that before one can truly...
  2. Things To Think About: Recording Sax, Trumpet or Trombone

    All of us here at ProAudioLand are always striving to bring our guests the best possible products and information available in order to make sure they can rock out with the best of them. Whether it’s through our several guides on tips and techniques or our numerous contests, sales and giveaways, we believe that in order to find that ultimate...
  3. Guitar Talk: Guitar Recording Tips

    Good afternoon music fans! You know, we’ve talked a lot about electric guitars here at ProAudioLand and it makes perfect sense; they’re pretty much hands down the single most popular instrument in all of modern music with only the piano/keyboard or a drum kit being close contenders. They’re also downright cool. Anyways, we’ve featured plenty of articles here regarding the...
  4. Guitar Talk: Recording Techniques

    Pete Townshend of The Who laying down some guitar Like any other art, there isn’t any one single accepted way of going about making music. Although we categorize certain traits of music – such as the key, dynamics, tempo, etc. , – in order to better understand it as a science, the fact remains the same that there isn’t any...
  5. Recording An Upright Piano

    Bob Dylan on an upright piano in 1965 How’s it going music fans? For the past couple of articles, we here at PAL have been focusing on the very versatile piano. After giving you guys a brief history lesson on the instrument, laid out the basics on certain things that can affect tone – such as humidity or the positioning...