When buying a microphone, the last thing you’ll probably be thinking about is how you are going to mount it when using it. Chances are you’ll be deep in thought on the specification and performance of your chosen mic. This may be an afterthought once you’ve bought your new microphone,
Building your own home studio has never been easier and more cost-effective. With so many options out there, it can seem like a daunting task pulling the trigger on what items you’ll need for your studio. In this guide, we’ll take a look at the usually overlooked aspect of studio
Gain staging is such a prominent aspect of mixing, and you are probably doing all the time without realising. First and foremost, let’s look at what gain staging is. To put it simply, gain staging is the process of managing the volume levels of tracks and plug-ins inside your project
Whether you are working within a professional studio or live setting, chances are you’ll have a collection of dynamic microphones. Ultimately these should be kept as clean as possible as they are a breeding ground for germs and bacteria, due to their low sensitivity and close proximity to performer’s mouths.
Servicing A Mixing Console Your mixing console is probably the heart and soul of where you work the most, whether you’re in the recording studio or out on the road engineering, it would make sense that this vital piece of equipment that is so detrimental to your work is well
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