Posts Tagged ‘record mix and master’
Tweet How To Place Microphones By: Marvin J Markus While it’s definitely important to use quality mics and good preamps, I think it’s far more important that you know how to properly place your microphones to get the best sound. Spot, distant, ambient, stereo, and combined miking are the five choices you have to choose [...]
Tweet The Importance of Objective Music Mastering to Get That Hit Sound By: Hans Klein Passion is a key ingredient to creating good music. Without it, the artist is never going to put his or her full emotion into the music.
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 Guide to Choosing the Right Microphone Use the chart below to help you choose the right microphone. Disclaimer: This is our version of a chart that was originally created by Dan Richards at www.thelisteningsessions.com
Tweet The Sweet Spot – Nearfield Monitor Placement by Simon Duggal When monitoring music in your studio what you hear is a combination of direct sound from the speakers and reflected sound from the rooms surfaces – walls, ceiling, floor and furniture. The balance between the direct and reflected sound depends on the size and [...]