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Studio Monitors: Who Needs Accurate Sound?

During the mixing and recording phases of a recording project your studio monitors will be the tool to give you accurate representation of sound so you can make the right choices as far as effects, sound positioning and sound levels are concerned. A good monitoring set up in your recording environment will have a flat frequency response from your monitors so that there is no coloration of frequencies. There are several factors that play a role in your monitoring performance such as monitor design, speaker placement, room considerations etc. as well as tools that help tweak your monitors to your specific recording environment.One of the first decisions you will make about your monitors will be whether you choose passive or powered monitors. The current trend is leaning towards powered speakers, which incorporate powered amplifiers already inside their design. Powered monitors are widely accepted by professional and project studio community because of there compact design, good sound, expandability and of cours...

 


Home Recording Equipment And Signal Flow

Signal flow is key for anyone who wants to start a home music studio. When inspiration hits and you get your ideas through all the phases of your recording understanding signal flow is important. Understanding signal flow and how all your equipment are tied together will put you in great control over your home music studio. This also applies to troubleshooting in your home music studio making it easy to improve your studios efficiency and making it easier to record when inspiration hits.Using a simple set up with a computer, audio interface, speakers and microphone I can show you how to understand a home music studio signal flow. the truth is it is about inputs an outputs, that simple. Knowing how inputs and outputs work together in your recording chain will give you the freedom to add and multiply equipment in your home music studio and keep you in control of the creative processMusic starts with an idea, that idea comes OUT in the form of analogue sound waves and IN a microphone, tiny electrons then m...

 


How exotic wood interiors (from bamboo to sepili) affects your music recording.

Exotic wood interiors such as carbonized bamboo and sepili may provide an exciting new look for your home or business, but they can also affect sound quality. Before you decide to redo your sound recording studio in wood paneling or trim, stop and think about the acoustic characteristics of the material you're considering. Every wood acts a little bit different. The change in sound quality could be detrimental to your music.Many spaces with wood panels, floors or other elements suffer from poor acoustics. That's because the wooden surfaces can produce a "hard" feeling, creating sound reflections where there shouldn't be any. In other spaces, adding wood dampens sound. Each wood has its own properties, but you can generally expect dense woods like mahogany and Brazilian teak to reflect sound more than they absorb it. Woods that are lighter in weight, such as Caribbean walnut, are more likely to absorb sound.However, you'll have to pay attention if you want to keep your recording quality up. Take some time to t...

 


Setting up an inexpensive home recording studio

We reside in a modern society as a result of technology moving forward at such a fast rate. With this progression comes many rewards and this is very true for musicians simply because they can purchase top notch musical instruments, recording studio equipment together with recording software that comes doesn't come with an expensive price tag. If the idea of recording your private music or service others impresses you then you don't need not take on a professional recording studio but rather you can build up a home recording studio that matches a professional one. Creating your individual home recording studio requires an attentive work plan to ensure that you acquire all your recording equipment that fits the finances you have set aside for this task. Bear in mind that you don't need to buy all new studio equipment because you can get good deals via second hand stores. Not all people discard their equipment because it fails to function; instead they prefer to get later models. You can buy excellent recording...

 


Factors To Consider When Buying A Digital Multitrack Recorder

A digital multitrack recorder is an appliance that is used to record audio content coming from different musical instruments into music. These devices are commonly used in the music industry. Unlike in the past when such gadgets were not easily available, today the buyer is has a variety from which to choose. There are a number of factors that buyers should consider in order to arrive at the best option for them. A buyer needs to find out the number of channels that he needs to record. A multi track recorder (MTR) should have enough inputs. A MTR device with two inputs could be suitable for personal use. When it comes to a band, however, the device should have enough inputs to support every instrument and microphone being used. It is necessary to consider the required features when purchasing a MTR. These devices vary widely on the number and types of features that they offer. Basic recording devices will only allow recording audio and sequencing in real time. On the other hand, devices designed for profess...

 


It's Never Too Late to Learn to Sing

Whether you sing in the shower or love to belt out tunes at church, singing is a part of your life, and it is never too late to refine your skills. Even if you think you couldn't hold a tune in a bucket, you can learn to sing and improve on your current singing ability. First, you need to dispel some common myths about the human singing voice.Myths About SingingMany people fail to learn to sing because they think that they can't. Some think that they were born "tone-deaf," and others think that only a select few have singing "ability." While some individuals do have an inborn ability to control pitch or volume better than others, most people can learn these skills. It is very rare for someone to have absolutely no ability to detect tones, which would be true tone-deafness. Statistics show that only around two percent of all people in the world have this problem. Most people who have trouble singing to a particular pitch simply need to have their ears trained to hear these pitches.Learn Your RangeAre you a sop...

 




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