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The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 51

Direct recording a bass guitar

The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 51

After two articles dealing with the pre-requisites for any bass recording worthy of the name, today we will dive into the heart of the matter with the direct recording of a bass guitar.

A guide to mixing music - Part 147

A final word

A guide to mixing music - Part 147

The time has come to put an end to this series of articles dedicated to the art of mixing. In this installment, which is unlike any other so far for obvious reasons, I invite you to take a look beh...

The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 50

Recording bass guitar - Prerequisites (Part 2)

The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 50

In the first installment of this chapter dedicated to the recording of bass guitar, you saw the impact the instrument itself can have on the overall result. But there's much more to consider before...

A guide to mixing music - Part 146

Give it a twist

A guide to mixing music - Part 146

For this penultimate episode, I will show you some tricks that might end up disrupting your daily routine and spicing up your mixes. This article is obviously addressed to people having already som...

The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 49

Recording bass guitar - Prerequisites (Part 1)

The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 49

After the chapter dedicated to drums, it seems natural to continue with the second most important element of groove: the bass guitar. To begin this section I would really like to stress a notion I'...

A guide to mixing music - Part 145

Serendipity

A guide to mixing music - Part 145

Today I ask you to join me in this somewhat particular article where I'll discuss something that's a bit off topic but you nevertheless ought to always bear in mind: accidents in the context of mus...

The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 48

Life-saving shortcuts

The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 48

In the previous article we looked at some technical solutions that can ease the life of lone home studio owners. Mobile apps, MIDI pedalboards and wireless keyboards can prove very useful, as long ...

For producer and mix engineer Dave Isaac, being a great listener has been the key to success

The Ears Have It

For producer and mix engineer Dave Isaac, being a great listener has been the key to success

Music has been a huge part of Dave Isaac’s life since he started listening to it intently as a child. Isaac, who grew up in Detroit during the heyday of Motown, says that by the time he was five, h...

A guide to mixing music - Part 144

Real-life mixing

A guide to mixing music - Part 144

In a couple of weeks, this mixing guide will come to an end. I'm not kidding! Even the neverending story must come to a conclusion. However, I do love good thrillers, so I left one last twist for t...

The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 47

Recording yourself

The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 47

You probably all know that technical tasks are mainly processed with one hemisphere of your brain while the artistic domain is handled by the other one. For reasons I won't get into here, it just s...

A guide to mixing music - Part 143

Increasing your productivity

A guide to mixing music - Part 143

I must admit that today's topic makes me grind my teeth, but we really need to call things by their name. And, as with any other creative discipline, when it comes to mixing, productivity is import...

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