- 12/20/15Getting started
Mixing with Room Reverb - A guide to mixing music - Part 63
This week we'll finish our overview of the different reverb families addressing the biggest one among them: rooms.
Indy Mix Man - Live or in the studio, engineer David Kimmell has you covered
Indianapolis-based David Kimmell worked his way up in the pro audio world through an eclectic mix of music-related gigs such as club sound man; pro audio manager at a Guitar Center; sound company employee who did “pyro, live sound front of house, monitors, lighting, everything”; and backline manager for a company that provided gear to touring ba...
- 12/15/15Getting started
Understanding Directivity - Speaker specifications explained - Part 2
The directivity of a speaker is an important characteristic when defining the size of the listening zone, and it determines how the frequencies will balance, depending on the position of the listener.
- 12/13/15Getting started
Mixing with Chamber and Ambience Reverb - A guide to mixing music - Part 62
Today we'll look into chamber and ambience reverbs.
- 12/09/15Getting started
Don't Spit the Bit - How to make the right choices when it comes to session bit depth
You have a number of options when it comes to the bit-depth of your DAW or other digital audio recording session including 16-bit, 24-bit, or 32-bit floating point. But do you know why you’d choose one over the other, and what the ramifications are? In this article we hope to demystify the issue of session bit depth, and look at what are the bes...
- 12/08/15Getting started
Understanding Frequency Response - Speaker specifications explained - Part 1
Throughout the relatively short lifetime of PA systems, both manufacturers and users have thought about ways to evaluate the performance of a system as objectively as possible.
- 12/07/15Getting started
Stable and Unstable Chords - Harmony Basics - Part 9
In the previous articles we started discussing the most pertinent way to use chords to harmonize a melody.
- 12/06/15Getting started
Mixing with Plate and Hall Reverb - A guide to mixing music - Part 61
As we continue looking at the different reverb families, we'll focus this time on plate and hall reverbs.
- 12/02/15Getting started
Customize Your DAW - How to personalize your DAW to fit your work style
Your DAW is your most important piece of software — the heart of your studio. Most DAWs offer a lot of features that you can customize to fit your taste and the way you work. Since you use your DAW so frequently, you might as well make it as comfortable and efficient a workspace as possible. In this article, we'll point out some of the key aspec...
- 12/01/15Getting started
7 Ways to Maximize Your Online Music Sales - How to set yourself up to sell more music online
If you want to earn money from your music online, you stand to make a lot more profit through sales at iTunes, Amazon or another digital retail outlet than through streaming at services like Spotify or Apple Music. Just ask Adele, who completely withheld her new album "25" from streaming services in order to focus the attention on sales, and has...