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  • The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 86
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    The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 86

    07/23/18 in Recording & Mixing

    This week we'll begin discussing one of the most important topics of this series: vocal recording. As you will see in this brief introduction, recording vocals correctly doesn't just mean putting up your best mic with the ideal preamp in the right environment... Far from it.

  • The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 85
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    The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 85

    07/15/18 in Recording & Mixing

    Third and last part of this interlude dedicated to dialog within the framework of a record production. Today we will look at this topic from the point of view of the home studio loner.

  • The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 83
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    The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 83

    06/28/18 in Recording & Mixing

    Before we start another chapter of this ultimate recording guide, I decided to write this article inspired by some comments to previous articles...

  • The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 82
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    The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 82

    06/24/18 in Recording & Mixing

    This time we'll look briefly into a recording technique which is as old as can be. In fact, chances are you already know it, but a brief reminder never hurt anybody. Besides, it will be the perfect occasion for newbies to discover this powerful function that lies at the core of every single modern DAW.

  • The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 81
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    The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 81

    06/17/18 in Recording & Mixing

    In today's article you'll see how to put into practice the recording by parts technique so that the end result is as natural as possible.

  • The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 80
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    The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 80

    06/10/18 in Recording & Mixing

    This week I invite you to discover a technique that will allow you, in some specific cases, to significantly improve the quality of your recordings. As far as I know, this technique doesn't really have a name, so I decided to call it "recording by parts" for this series of articles. Some of you might think I'm referring to the "punch in / punch ou…

  • The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 79
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    The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 79

    06/04/18 in Recording & Mixing

    The long chapter dedicated to recording electric guitar has come to an end. That said, the articles in the coming weeks will deal with topics that could easily be integrated into it. But I made the choice to separate them because the things we will be addressing go well beyond the scope of the guitar. In fact, the end of the last installment where…

  • The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 78
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    The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 78

    05/29/18 in Recording & Mixing

    Ever since we started this series of articles, there's one thing we've repeated over and over again: the main flaw of almost any home studio is room acoustics. However, for some instruments you can bypass this issue completely, and it just so happens that electric guitar is a textbook case. Let's take a look at the different possibilities you have…

  • The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 77
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    The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 77

    05/22/18 in Recording & Mixing

    This week I will reveal to you some very simple tricks that ought to allow you to get a guitar sound that is more "lively" or "produced," for lack of a better word.

  • The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 76
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    The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 76

    05/16/18 in Recording & Mixing

    "S**t, I forgot that!" Have you ever had that feeling when you came out of a test or an important interview? I bet you have, surely at least the "s**t" part... Well that's exactly what I thought a couple of days ago regarding the chapter dedicated to electric guitar... Fortunately, the publication rhythm of the series gives me the opportunity to s…