Tips & Techniques

  • The Sound Spectrum & Analysis Tools

    Have you ever wondered why you can listen to one mix and hear every part and instrument clearly, but listen to another and struggle to figure out what's going on? Well, wonder no more ...
    By Finn Orfano September 22, 2010 

  • Height as a Dimension of Sound

    Most home recording enthusiasts are familiar with the concept of using width to spread out the different instruments in a mix. But did you also know that height is just as important in getting a good mix?
    By Finn Orfano September 22, 2010 

  • Finding The Best Mixer for DAW

    The best mixer for DAW purposes depends mainly on two things: compatibility and features. You should have the best experience when using your DAW, and a good mixer software guarantees that.
    By Kristina Dems August 29, 2010 


  • What is The Best Vocal Channel Strip for a Limited Budget?

    If you're looking for the best vocal channel strip for a limited budget, you've come to the right place! This article will provide you with some of the best vocal channel strips for those with a limited budget.
    By Om Thoke August 19, 2010 

  • What to Look for in a DAW Computer

    A DAW, or digital audio workstation, is more than just audio editing software. If you're looking to get into audio editing and DAWs, here are some tips on what to look for in a DAW computer.
    By Kristina Dems July 15, 2010 

  • Tips on Finding The Best Digital Audio Workstation

    Picking the best digital audio workstation may be a little daunting especially when most computers these days are already equipped with audio editing features and hardware. Here are some tips to let you focus on the things that matter in picking the best...
    By Kristina Dems July 1, 2010 


  • What is a Digital Audio Workstation?

    A digital audio workstation can range from simple devices like two-channel editors to more sophisticated systems like a complete studio audio recording suite. Older digital audio workstations were bulky and expensive, but modern ones more affordable and...
    By Kristina Dems July 1, 2010 

  • Common Audio Equalization

    Here is a look at different post-production audio equalization methods that are used to fix audio problems.
    By Shane Burley June 17, 2010 

  • What are Octaves?

    Here is a look at what octaves are and how this measurement is used in audio recording and post-production.
    By Shane Burley June 7, 2010 

  • What is Pitch Shifting?

    Here is a look at the audio effect pitch shifting, and what it is used for.
    By Shane Burley June 7, 2010 
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