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10 ways guaranteed to quickly improve your music production

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10 ways guaranteed to quickly improve your music production

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Getting more from your music production setup doesn't have to be headache-inducing or break the bank; Today, home recording equipment is both affordable and compact, but there’s more to making a good recording than simply hitting the big red button and then playing. We’ve put together a few tips to help you get the best out of your music production setup, regardless of whether you are using DAW recording software, an integrated hardware recorder/mixer or even an old tape machine. It goes without saying that good music production starts with a good performance of a well-arranged song, but even a…

Are you wasting money in your home recording studio?

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Are you wasting money in your home recording studio?

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Home studios are wonderful things, and other than the pleasure they give the user, they can also be expanded gradually to increase facilities and to improve quality. However, I’ve seen home recording studio owners spend alarming amounts of money on things that I know are going to make little or no difference, so how should…

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10 more ways guaranteed to quickly improve your music production

This is part two in a series of articles on getting the best possible sound with your music production. Although technology has made it easier than ever to record music, you still have to know the basics to create a professional sounding mix that you can be proud of. Surprisingly, it’s not about using the…

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Recording and mixing vocals; the basics

The boom in DAW software means that anyone can start recording vocals at home; you just need a vocalist, a computer, a mic and a little know how. Paul White, editor-in-chief of Sound on Sound magazine shares his tricks and tips for getting it right every time. Vocals are invariably the most important part of…

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Getting Started With AIRA

Some musicians keep it dead simple. Others prefer things devilishly complex. Whatever your approach to making music, Roland’s AIRA series can help get you there. If you want to get busy right away, AIRA gear won’t force your nose into a manual. But as you’ll discover from these four short video tutorials, the deeper features…

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10 Tips For Optimising Your Music PC

By Brandon Ryan (Cakewalk) It seems today’s musicians must be part artist and part IT professional. It’s a difficult dance that requires knowledge, time, and patience in order to achieve a level of success. The intention of this series of blog posts is to help with the IT part or the equation. My goal is…

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The Roland RE-201 Space Echo Story

By Jim Bybee Over the years, Roland has created a significant number of products that have gone on to become legendary. One of the earliest examples is the Roland RE-201 Space Echo, a combination tape echo and reverb introduced in 1974. While Roland didn’t invent the tape echo itself, they took a fragile and often…

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Killer Recording Tips

By Paul White (Sound On Sound Editor-In-Chief) The main problems associated with making a great recording can be broken down into two areas — the sounds you record and the way you mix them. Read on and learn about both… You can make a release-quality recording using affordable hardware such as one of the Boss…

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Five tips on choosing an audio interface

If you’ve outgrown your audio interface and want to replace it with something more flexible, you’ll need to look beyond the number of inputs and outputs on offer. To help you choose the best audio interface for your needs, we’ve put together a list of five things to consider. 1: You’ll need more than eight…

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How to use EQ – Music Production

By Paul White, Editor-in-Chief, Sound on Sound magazine As far as music production is concerned, Equalisation is really just a fancy word for tone control — a device that can cut or boost particular parts of the audio spectrum. EQ can be used both to create new tonalities and to help correct or equalise problems…

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UA-55 QUAD-CAPTURE Audio Interface

We take a tour of the great features of the Roland Quad-Capture, showing you how it’s easy to start recording your own music with this affordable USB audio interface. The main features include the premium mic preamps (VS Preamps) and AUTO-SENS function.

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