A customer emailed in to say that their Shure SM7B was too quiet and we realised that we hadn't actually yet done a written guide for getting the best results
How to get started in setting up your own home studio.How to get started in setting up your own home studio.
If you already have an interest in playing and writing music, then being able to record and edit it for yourself is always going to have plenty of appeal. Be
Firstly, this is not an absolute guide… The shape and size of your room, together with working around existing furniture mean that you often have to deviate from these suggestions
Ableton introduce their bitesize creative tips series “One Thing”.Ableton introduce their bitesize creative tips series “One Thing”.
It seems to be the season for tutorial videos at the moment, although Ableton have chosen to move in a slightly different direction with theirs. Any artist can suffer from
Best Thing I’ve ever used for recording Acoustic Guitars……..Best Thing I’ve ever used for recording Acoustic Guitars……..
OK, within the pages of this blog, you’ll find many a piece dedicated to the best ways to mic up and record various instruments, and of course, my personal bug
What’s your Toe-in ?: or How to Angle yourself properly…….What’s your Toe-in ?: or How to Angle yourself properly…….
We don’t often blog about useful apps, but this one comes from the Genelec stable, and for anyone who has taken heed of our very own Professor Tom’s advice
Abbey Road Drums: Just a brief word or two about these splendid kits that come as part of the Komplete 8 Ultimate package. There are now 4 Abbey Road
Compressors: What does What? Many people use compressors in their music, and can usually describe to you what the compressor is doing to their track, (If they can’t do
Everyone loves something for nothing and it has to be said the are some astounding free or donationware plug in’s and even sequencers out there. This morning I stumbled across