The gear that iconic bands use is just as big a part of their identity as the music they make or the place they come from. So what were Nirvana using when they made Nevermind?
The harp may not be the first instrument you think of when arranging but here are some ways you can use it to your advantage that you may not have known about.
iZotope's RX6 suite has some powerful tools for restoring and repairing audio of all kinds. Joe Albano shows you a practical example of rescuing a noisy vocal take.
Beams are a standard way of simplifying certain elements of a musical score. Gregg Fine explains why you should be using them.
Get to the heart of the deepest bass and kick tones by learning about the way volca kick generates and shapes its sounds.
Understanding the different ways that gain is represented on different devices can be confusing. Luckily Paul Bissell is here to explain everything loud and clear!
You might be a champion synth tweaker, but do you know what the different types of oscillators on your instrument actually do? Our guide will explain all...
Getting your audio tracks out of Live for transfer, backup or mixing need not be a hassle. Joshua Casper explains everything you need to know about stems.
If you've ever wondered what exactly M/S processing in Logic Pro is and what it does, this video and course will answer all your questions!
When it comes to recording, mixing, and mastering, or any aspect of music production, you've probably not considered it being similar to making a sandwich. Perhaps the two are actually closely linked?
Getting yourself into shape for live shows is the key to giving great performances. Here are some top tips for doing it as effectively as possible.
Understanding syncopation can be the key to making more interesting and more human-sounding beats. Matt Vanacoro explains why.
Pitch correction plug-ins can be used for more creative tasks thanks to their power and flexibility. Here, Mike Levine explains how to create vocal harmonies where none existed.
If you love the sound of this track, G.W Childs is here to show you how to recreate it in your own studio using Ableton Live and some creative vocoding.
You have probably seen the software versions, but how much do you know about the legendary hardware synths that inspired generations of music makers?