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Spotify vs Pandora, is it even a battle? Pandora have been the main alternative music source for over ten years and Spotify just entered the U.S. market in early 2011. Should Pandora be worried? Is Spotify the future? Let’s find out.
Have you been planning to add a home recording studio to your basement or the upper level of your pole barn? If so, there are a few things you should keep in mind. After all, it never hurts to have a little extra knowledge before jumping headfirst into the design of your home recording studio.
There are literally a thousand things you can do with audio editing programs whether you are an experienced pro or an enthusiastic amateur. But before you start work on that next beat or PowerPoint score, you really need to decide what piece of software is right for you.
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There are microphones available for every purpose in your studio. Here are some details to help you know your microphone and it’s abilities before you purchase it.
When looking at buying a Digital Audio Workstation there are several factors to consider: your budget, your existing equipment and perhaps most important, what you need from the software. If you want to learn about the basics of recording, create soundtracks for movies, or jam with live instruments.
AmpliTube 3 is a software program that allows musicians to recreate the sounds of amplifiers, effects and other equipment on their computers which is called “amp modeling.” In this article, we look at the new free version of this popular program by IK Multimedia.
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Soundtrack Pro offers a middle ground between amateur and high-end professional software, and allows you to master your audio and create quality soundtracks. The program may be easier than some alternatives, but it still requires some detailed tutorials to learn how it works.
A comfortable and accommodating headphone mix helps get the most out of a performance. Combining Pro Tools features makes it easy to create a separate mix for use as a headphone or alternate mix. In fact, you can create several at once if you wish.