Getting the low end right is one of the most important and most difficult things in music production. Not because it’s technically hard to do, but because it
Many people record a band in this order:1. Drums -> 2. Bass -> 3. Guitars -> 4. Everything else -> 5. VocalsI used to do the exact same
Ever wanted to look behind the scenes of a real drum recording session and see what was actually done to get the different unique tones on the record?I
Topics Covered In This Video: Computer specs & Settings, Latency, Buffer-Size, Bit Depth, Sample Rate, Silence Before/After Songs, Guitar Cables, Headroom, Editing/Cutting/Fades, Power Strips, Hum Issues If you
The questions I get on the topic of DIY-Recording are fantastic and I'll absolutely answer them all, but there is one fundamental "problem":People almost exclusively ask technical questions.
The question of today’s episode is: “Do we really need to put new strings on our guitars/bass and new drumheads on our drums for recording?”I hope my answer
This is the first video of the “DIY-Recording FAQ” series that I promised to do and today’s question is: “When it comes to guitars and bass, should we
If you record a guitar or bass, I recommend you record a DI track AND a microphone track. I’ve explained the reason for this in one of my