Shows focus on helping people create professional quality music, podcasts, audio-for-video, etc. from their home recording studio. Learn to get the best sound for the least cost without confusing techno-speak.
This is the first in a series of posts designed to walk you through how to build a computer-based home recording studio. The series will also show you how to get the best possible audio for the lowest possible cost.
This is an excellent microphone for home recording, especially for vocals/voice-over purposes. It gives professional sounding results for only about $149. This review contains audio samples and comparisons with a more expensive mic.
3 Must-Know Tips For Getting Pro Audio From Your Home Recording Studio. It is possible to produce pro quality from a garden-variety computer as your home recording studio, and do it cheaply. Here's how.
A very common question I see is "should I use compression in audio recording?" The best answer to this question is, as is so often the case, "Do you need compression in your recordings?" This episode shows you how you can answer your own question.
I had the pleasure of interviewing Thaddeus Moore, who is the lead mastering engineer for Liquid Mastering. We talked for an hour audio recording, mixing and mastering, and Thaddeus shared his thoughts on the best way to do (or not to do:)) these things in a home recording studio. We also get some great insights into what mastering actually is, and why it is advisable, if at all possible, to have your songs mastered by someone OTHER than you:).
This podcast episode discusses two ways to keep a song on a steady and consistent tempo using recording software. The first way is to use the click-track/metronome tool. The second is to create a MIDI track and use drum sounds to create a more musical guide track.