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.
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Tweet Five Things You Can do to Improve your Mix 1. Make sure your audio tracks are free from, hiss, hums, crackles, pops or any other unwanted noise. Spend some time taking care of any non-creative editing tasks so that the mixing process is creative and musical. Seperating creative and non-creative tasks helps you stay [...]
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:
Tweet Want to Make Your Recordings Sound Great? Professional recordings sound great in your car, on your ipod, hi-fi or just about anywhere you play them. Bass, middle and treble frequencies sound just right relative to each other .