Recording home studio

7 Home Recording Studio Tips & Steps to Master Your Music

Curtis Dean provides 7 pointers for the beginner home studio recordist and producer.

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Recording Headphones

Gone Recording and Gigging – Back Next Week

Yes, I’m off practicing and recording for upcoming gigs and commissions. Thanks for checking in. Oh, and remember that I […]

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Recording Strings

Recording Strings – recommended mics and positions

This is a guest post by Ben from Subreel. Recording is becoming more and more popular, with more people having […]

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Music Plugin Essentials

Mixing, mastering, & recording plugin essentials

I know that this post will be of interest to some of my readers. Frequently I am asked on social […]

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recording

Recording, mixing, and mastering your album

So far, the posts in this series have been fairly systematic. This is a much more random — and important […]

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Sounds for Composers and Songwriters

How I Get Orchestral Sounds In My Recordings

Ever been curious how people like me get full orchestras to play on their recordings? I don’t. Instead, I use what’s […]

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recording tips by Jami McGraw on muz4now

tips on recording … without a studio (guest post)

I’m pleased and honored to have Jami McGraw offering you this guest post. Please be sure to check out Jami’s […]

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String Quartet Library comparison

String Quartet Library Quick Comparison Video

Here’s a brief video comparing a quartet of solo violin, viola, cello, and string bass sounds in some orchestral libraries.

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String Library Comparison

Quick Orchestral String Library Comparison Video

In a quick comparison video, Stan Stewart compares 8 orchestra string libraries. Check out the results and add your responses.

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(Happy New) Year In Review

2019 in review – thanks for your support

Stan Stewart reviews the year and sends his big, annual “Thank You” card to supporters.

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