In case you hadn't noticed, the world is in a state of lockdown and meeting other musicians or sitting in the same physical space as a producer is still mainly forbidden. What to do then?
Here's four short, to the point tips from Matt Vanacoro that'll help every producer and musician mix guitars better in electronic and dance music tracks.
Ableton Live is on of the most popular DAW on the planet and has workflows match the needs of many modern producer. However, there are user issues that crop up. Noah looks to set the record straight.
You will need at some point to create small, web-friendly copies of your tracks. Here's how to go about it properly.
Learn how to add sheen and shape your final mixes with iZotope Ozone's dynamic tonal processing capabilities.
Joe Albano reveals how dynamics plug-ins like compressors and limiters can be utilised in ways you might not expect.
Discover eight essential tips that pro audio engineers and music producers use to improve their mixes.
If you're isolating in your home studio and want to ensure all your gear stays virus and germ-free, Matt Vanacoro shares some excellent tips to help keep your instruments healthy.
We've all got more time alone at home now due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Here's some tips for working from your home studio during the outbreak.
Looking for instant inspiration in Ableton Live? A few rapid Simpler tricks can spice up old loops '" or instantly reconfigure remix stems into wild new combinations.
Set up your audio inputs, record in a loop and then choose the best take or comp together the perfect performance. Learn how in this short tutorial.
A few simple steps can help you avoid ruined takes and let you get the best vocal recordings possible. Find out how in this short tutorial.
Quickly use your audio and MIDI loops and recordings to create multiple arrangements in FL Studio's Playlist. Rishabh Rajan shows you how it's done.
Get to the heart of what Cubase can do for you with this quick guide to setting up, routing and capturing audio.
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.