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An equalizer is used to manipulate sound frequencies to so that the audio will suit the kind of environment you will listen it to. For example, if you are in a place where the noise proves to give a bad effect to the sound, you can tone the bass a bit, pull the treble up, etc. […]Continue reading
When you are recording audios, it is unavoidable that you can get some unwanted noise. It doesn’t mean you can’t minimize it or even remove it though. In fact, there are a lot of tools and applications that exists which can help you remove those unwanted noise. You just need to choose ones that are […]Continue reading
Are you an aspiring dynamic journalist who loves interviewing different kinds of people and making stories about them? If this is the path you choose, then the very least you will need is an audio recording toolkit that you can bring around with you wherever you go. The question is, what’s inside an audio recording toolkit? […]Continue reading
GarageBand is the very basic audio recording tool that you can use if you have a Mac on your end. It has amazing features, such as onboard buttons for easier means of playing music; a recorder for installing multiple tracks and for better flow of music; and so as a loop library where you can […]Continue reading
The usage of an audio recorder is primarily done whenever you generate a track for your first demo, and for the songs that you will be making after your first one. Audio recording tools vary in many ways, depending on the brand of recorder that you’re using in order to capture footage of sounds. For those […]Continue reading
Like any other tools, reverb tanks should also be maintained. Neglecting it would get it dirty, which in turn could cause problems if you finally use it when recording. There are some methods that can be done in order for you to properly care the reverb tank, and all it takes are some very easy steps. In fact, if you […]Continue reading
Mixing songs is definitely fun and exciting especially when you’re almost done with a finished product. After recording a good set of vocals and instruments, nothing can make a song more refined than using the right effects. There is no denying that effects are able to give songs that extra pinch of pizzazz and depth […]Continue reading