Discover the different kinds of reverb that are available, and how to best use them in your recording or mix.
I just found this helpful tutorial from The Whipping Post And here is a basic overview of the tips: 1: Use MONO Sound Sources 2: Rest your ears 3: Keep
Sweet Kenny (Ken Sutton) gives more tips on recording: using the compressor.
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The following is a list of notable easy to learn guitar songs from the 1950s to the present. It also contains links to external websites containing different informal chords to songs which represent many different authors' own interpretations of the ...
finish the songs you start
The tweak gives you some hard-won secrets of mixing your music on analog mixers
When you have recorded speech or vocals for a song, you generally don't want anything but those speech or vocals. Regardless, you often end up with breathing and other noise you don't want.
Archive of music production tips written by our studio engineers to help you with your music making. Covering everything from recording to mixing and mastering techniques.
The world famous home office of Stefan Didak.
Don't Use Loops! Rich the Tweak shows you how to build a fresh original drum track in minutes
Paul White and Mike Senior explain how to get the best practical results from equalisation by understanding the true frequency ranges of most instruments and voices.
Learn to play guitar with this magical little app. It listens as you play and coaches you on every note.
Black Dog Recording Studio, in the Albany, NY area, offers a full-range of digital and analog audio recording, editing and production services.
Even the most expert mastering engineer can only accomplish so much, and it's largely dependent on the raw materials they're given to work with. With that in mind, here's a look at some of the top mistakes people make in preparing their mix for maste...
Definitions from Absorption to Axis, from from Baffles to Byte, from Cable to Cyclic Redundancy, from dB to Dynamic Mic, from Early Reflections to Expansion, from Face to Fundamental, from Gain to Guitar Processor, from Haas Effect to Hz (Hertz), fro...