Posts Tagged ‘effects’
Tweet Recording Tips: How to Make Better Mixes By: Dan Atkinson Recording and mixing audio is truly an art form unto itself. Like playing bass, it’s the type of thing most people can pickup quickly and without much effort. Getting good at it can take years, however. I’ve been recording in my home studio since [...]
Tweet Set Up A Home Studio To Make Your Own Recordings by: Edgar Clyne Nowadays affordable computers and great audio hardware make it feasible for anyone to make great recordings.
Tweet Music Production and Mixing Tips & Tricks Author: Ian Waugh What makes a pro recording pro? What is the “sound” that the pros get and how can you make your recordings sound more professional? The simple answer is – there’s no simple answer. But with careful listening and a little experience you can create [...]
Tweet Top Ten Free VST Plugins for Mac & PC 1. BLOCKFISH is a versatile compressor with countless ways to shape the incoming audio. Unlike many other digital compressors, BLOCKFISH has ‘soul’. It likes to bite, but it can be tamed easily once you’ve learned how to use its potential. You can remove the front [...]
Tweet Why Monitor in Mono? In many professional studios you will find a single speaker (usually Auratone or similar) located between the left and right nearfield monitors. This is used for monitoring the mix in mono. Many professional mix engineers monitor quietly in mono for two main reasons: