Looking for a new podcasting microphone? Or for other vocal recordings like streaming? In this video, you’ll discover the #1 biggest mistake that podcasters make when choosing a new podcasting microphone.
There’s an idea that some musicians have that click tracks will make their music sound over-produced. I say that recording to a click track/metronome will not make your music sound robotic, sterile or lifeless. It will just make your music sound better. Find out why…
If you’re trying to decide between the Samson Q2U vs Audio Technica ATR2100x USB microphones to record your voice, then this is for you. They’re both affordable, solid options for recording your voice without an audio interface. But which one comes out on top? Let’s find out!
Getting a great audio recording for your YouTube videos is essential if you want your channel to grow. Discover how to get amazing audio in your YouTube videos today.
So you want to record your vocals and get the best sound possible, but you’re not sure what type of mic you need. In this video, you’ll find out what the best type of microphone for recording vocals is for whatever kind of music or dialogue you’re recording. And for whichever environment you’re recording in.
Is your mix too loud? Every tweak you make or track you add inching you closer to that 0db mark? In this video, I’m going to share with you my three top tips on keeping your mixes at the right level to help you to avoid clipping.
Learn how to record stereo acoustic guitar! Find out the three best methods of getting a wide guitar recording. I’ll show you two dual micing techniques that are both great ways of getting a wide and rich sound from your acoustic guitar recordings. I’ll then show you a third technique that you can achieve with just one mic. You’ll then be able to listen to all three recordings back to back and see which one you prefer!
Find out how to record your screen and webcam at the same time, with both your DAW/PC audio and voice recording.
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.
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.