There’s a lot to learn in music production, recording and setting up a home studio when you’re starting out. These guides will provide a solid foundation to build your knowledge of setting up and running a successful home recording studio.
Everything you need to understand the equipment, the techniques, and even the psychology of music production and home recording, right here!
What does a music producer do exactly? Often seen as a ‘behind-the-scenes’ role in the public eye, the music producer’s role is anything but that when it comes to the recording process.
What is MIDI? Only the most important thing to happen to electronic music production, ever!
You’ll find a DAW, or Digital Audio Workstation, at the centre of most recording and music production studios nowadays. Let’s take a look at what a DAW is and how they work.
New to music production? “What is a VST?” is one of the first questions you should be asking. Learn all about this revolutionary technology right here.
These 3 types of microphones are the basis from for all microphones – Dynamic, Condenser and Ribbon. Get to know these, and you’re set.
A MIDI keyboard or controller is an electronic device that sends a signal to your digital audio workstation (DAW) or synthesizer. The signals from the controller can be used to control music software parameters, instruments, and effects.
A little overwhelming at first, but a LOT of fun all round. If you’re a beginner, this guide to setting up a home recording studio is for you.
What is compression in music? It is a specific type of signal processing that reduces the dynamic range in an audio recording. Learn how to use this to your advantage.
What is reverb in music? Reverb is an effect that mimics the natural reflections in a room. It gives music, speech and other sounds more depth, making them feel like they are happening in a three-dimensional environment.