Proper microphone techniques, optimum audio signal levels, getting a killer guitar tone, how to properly double a vocal (both physically and virtually) and many other tips are stored in our locker known as Recording.
Korg recently unveiled the Nautilus. A Kronos technology-based keyboard workstation.
From Korg's web site.
"Korg Nautilus gives players the flexibility and power of Kronos' nine sound engine...Read More »
Perfect for small studios, podcasters & streamers. Here's a review from SOS.
Built into MDF cabinets, the BX3 and BX4 feature 3.5- and 4.5-inch Kevlar-coated woofers, respectively, and thes...Read More »
Rob Tavaglione has your answers.
Rob asked, "Whether you're looking for your first 'really nice' microphone or expanding your mic locker, here's PSN's guide to the five 'must-have' categories, th...Read More »
Equipped loopback function and OBS support makes this interface an excellent choice for podcasts and live streaming. The new US-HR offers simple and intuitive operation, sophisticated looks, a rich assortment of software bundles, and improved audio performance with 192 kHz support, thanks to the newly enhanced audio circuit.
When I use the EMT® 140 Classic Plate Reverberator plug-in, one thing I will do is place it on two channels and use combination of Plate A with a certain EQ and Plate B with a slightly differe...Read More »
I’m constantly being asked “What should I do after my songs are recorded?” Or “my EP/LP/Record is done. Now what do I do?”
Here’s a simple chart that shows the basic lifecycle of a song, EP or albu...Read More »
This is very basic concept, but one that is often overlooked. It comes from Bobby Owsinski by way of legendary recording engineer, Ken Scott.
Ken always uses the exact same mics whenever he recor...Read More »
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