Recording yourself whenever you mix is an excellent habit that will allow you to learn and grow your DJ skills. Listening to your mixes later with a clear head allows you to put things into perspective, which is certainly impossible to do when you are in the middle of a set!
Organize Your DAW Files and Work Better and Faster - Be More Productive In the Studio With an Efficient System For Saving Your Recording Data
As a home-recording musician, you have to wear many hats. You’re the talent, the engineer, the producer, the mix engineer, and often even the mastering engineer (not to mention the studio manager and the clean-up crew). Because you’re handling so many tasks, the more organized your workflow, the more efficient you’ll be.
While it's true that staff paper sheets and notebooks haven't disappeared yet, we must also admit that computers have made the task of composers and songwriters simpler by giving them the possibility to easily edit their scores and play them in real time. Plus, they allow them to save thousands of pages in ever more compact media. We asked the A...
Clean Up Your Vocal Tracks - Editing Techniques That Help Remove Imperfections From Sung or Spoken-Voice Recordings
You may have already utilized the editing features in your DAW to make vocal comps and move individual words or lines around in time, but you can also use them to get rid of, or minimize, the sonic glitches that are typically found on vocal tracks.