Struggling with muddy/messy reverbs that are holding your mixes back rather than moving them forward? In this video, find out how to get clean reverb and avoid muddy mixes.
Find out how to record your screen and webcam at the same time, with both your DAW/PC audio and voice recording.
Are you a PC gamer and you want to get started with music production? Or do you produce music and want to get into gaming? Find out if you can produce music on a gaming PC! In addition, we’ll go over some hardware recommendations to get the best out of your music production/gaming hybrid machine.
In this beginners guide to delay, I’m going to show you where to start with delay in your mixes. Delay can be a powerful mixing tool when used correctly, but it can be tricky to get it to sit in the mix and to not make your mix messy. I’m going to explain and demonstrate delay for you and show you how to use it in a mix.
Are you struggling with getting started with reverb in your mixes? Reverb can be tricky to get right and to get it sounding natural. It can also be difficult to understand how to shape your reverbs to achieve the sort of ambiance that you’re aiming for. I’m going to demystify reverb for you and explain how to use it in a mix.
When new versions of software get released, they often come with a big list of changes that can be time-consuming to sift through, or confusing to understand. I thought that I would review the Audacity 3.0.0 update and give you an overview of the changes. I also share whether or not I think that it’s worth you updating to.
In this video, I’m going to show you how to record acoustic guitar with a condenser mic, at home, to capture a professional, high-quality recording.
If you want to save money, run a more efficient studio and of course, do your bit for the planet then pay attention to these 9 top tips for building and running an eco friendly recording studio.
In this video, I’m going to show you how to record studio-quality electric guitar from home with my simple and inexpensive, 3-step process. I want to show you that you can indeed get fantastic sounding electric guitar recordings from home, that rival recordings that you’d get out of a professional studio.
In this video, I’m going to show you where to start with compression in your mixes. Compression can be one of the hardest things to get your head around when learning how to mix and knowing where to start with it, but, along with EQ, is one of the most important. I’m going to demystify compression for you and explain how to use it in a mix.