Comping—making a comp (composite) track from multiple takes—is an editing procedure that’s widely used in music production. Here’s a brief look at what’s involved.
As iPhones and iPads become more powerful and the apps more capable here's the essential gear needed to turn your iOS device in the heart of a powerful music production studio.
Pro trainer and musician, Joe Albano, dives deep into the most common techniques used by top producers when mixing vocal tracks with fx and processing.
Beyond synthesizers, audio interfaces, monitors, musical instruments and the like, the home music studio can benefit from a varied range of non-musical equipment. Here's five essentials to consider.
Everyone is after a great bass sound for their tracks. Here, Hollin Jones shares 5 of his pro tips for making the bottom end nice and fat.
In an ever-changing technological landscape, there are many factors involved in choosing a new music system. Hollin Jones looks at your options for the coming year.
If you've not been using distortion to give your mixes a bit more bite, get the guitars growling or even adding warmth to the vocals then perhaps you've been missing a trick. Joe Albano shows how.
There's a quiet revolution happening in the world of hearing aid tech that enhances its limited audio bandwidth with high quality sound and a whole lot more.
Arranging on a laptop can present unique challenges. Hollin Jones shares 5 of his top tips for making laptop life easier.
A great vocal makes a track the best it can be. Here are five things to remember to make your vocal tracks really shine.
Working from home studios can mean some compromises when it comes to making noise. Here are 5 things to think about when mixing on headphones.
Providing incredible sequencing features for keyboard players the KeyStep Pro does a great job on many levels. In this video we outline 10 of our favorite KeyStep Pro features.
Making videos for your music might sound like a big, expensive production. But here are some ways you can do it on the cheap, or even for free…
Whether you're a music producer or sound designer learning subtractive synthesis can take you a long way using many hardware and software synthesizers.
Are you wondering if a little analog can help your productions in a your modern recording studio based around a DAW? Joe Albano digs deeper to find out.