Stopping sound from getting in and out of your recording space is a must, and then you have to make sure you don't overheat. Joe Albano explains how it's done.
Good monitor placement is key to understanding your mixes. Matt Vanacoro explains some of the fundamentals of placement and setup that you need to know.
Using RAID drives in your music setup can mean better performance and data security. Joe Albano explains how, in under two minutes.
From checking your gear to checking your goals, here are 5 tips that will help ease you back into the world of live music performance.
The Patch32A minimizes cabling, conversion equipment and associated costs for broadcasters, recording studios, post-production facilities. Read on to find out how.
Could a revolutionary new material mean the end of conventional studio design? It sounds far fetched, but the future might come sooner than you imagine...
Patchbays are not always well understood but they're a core part of many recording studios. Joe Albano explains everything you ever wanted to know about them.
Imperfect monitoring environments can affect any producer - but now ADAM Audio and Sonarworks are working on a solution. Here's what they're up to.
If you have ever wondered what those extra ports on your audio interface are for, look no further for an explanation. Joe Albano reveals how you could get more I/O without lifting a finger.
Passive Cardioid Technology is new from Fulcrum Acoustic and the company claims it deals with unwanted sound radiation from loudspeakers. Could it be true?
We all know the importance of having a good mic selection, but what about all the mic accessories that can make or break a session? Joe Albano hails the unsung heroes of the studio cupboard.
These four new breakout boxes from RME will leave no cable wrongly connected and threaten to bring a peaceful, zen-like calm to the confusion that characterizes most music studios.
No matter which DAW you use, here are some universal tips and techniques that will help you streamline your workflow and work smarter, not harder.
We all know you need a computer and a DAW, but what are the less obvious things you can add that will make your producing life easier? Hollin Jones has the answers.
Corrupted installs, orphaned plugins, renegade drivers, resource-hogging games - there are many things that could be slowing your system down. Here's how to streamline your work DAW.