Want to translate inspiration into a quality recording? Here are six things to consider when learning how to produce music in a home studio. Read the post.
Bedroom pop’s signature sound includes soft vocals and moving melodies that capture listeners. Learn more about the history and components of bedroom pop. Read the post.
Learn techniques, tools, and legal considerations for using and creating unique, captivating, and legal music samples. Read the post.
Despite the adoption of digital audio recording and playback, there are numerous listeners who prefer vinyl records and old-school analog equipment. Read the post.
These expert music production tips and techniques will enhance your recordings and expand your production skills. Read the post.
Do you want to know how you can have the best sound quality? Read to learn about audio bitrate and its importance in determining sound quality. Read the post.
GarageBand is a great tool for recording music, but where do you start? We’ve got tips to using GarageBand so you can start your music journey today! Read the post.
There are a lot of elements that go into making an album. Read on to learn more about music production from start to finish with Disc Makers. Read the post.
Virtual instruments, studio effects, and a vast variety of digital tools are becoming available on a subscription basis. Here’s how to figure out what’s right for you. Read the post.
Recording a solo album can expose weaknesses and push your limits — which are two great reasons to give it a try. Read the post.
Supplying audio files in compressed formats or applying heavy limiting or compression during mix down can compromise your master and negatively impact your audio mastering results. Read the post.
Finding the early reflection points in your home recording studio can go a long way to improving the acoustics in your rooms. Read the post.
Mic selection can help shape the color, mood, and impact of your next song. Here’s advice on how to choose microphones that best fit your music. Read the post.
If you’re not paying attention, it’s easy to go overboard editing, processing, and tweaking your recordings-in-progress. Here’s some advice on how to make your productions sound their best — and knowing when to stop. Read the post.
These simple tips can help you create a home studio space that’s efficient, productive and inspiring — especially if you’re limited by the size of your space. Read the post.