RME, German manufacturer of premium digital audio solutions, will officially launch the new Babyface Pro FS during the 2020 NAMM Show from January 16-19, 2020. As the latest addition to the RME family of audio interfaces, the Babyface Pro FS features RME’s proprietary SteadyClock FS technology, bringing self-jitter to new lows and providing recording musicians, […]
This year at NAMM Show 2020, Zylia will present two major additions to its industry-leading 3D audio recording and production portfolio: the ZYLIA ZR-1 portable recording device and the 6DoF VR/AR Development Kit. Designed for professional users of the innovative ZYLIA ZM-1 microphone system, the powerful new ZYLIA ZR-1 recorder offers a convenient laptop replacement […]
In this first of a five part series, the folks over at SubCat Studios in Syracuse, New York break down some studio basics. They go through some of the steps involved with setting up a recording session at their studio, and discuss a bit about a pro studio vs a project based studio. Be sure […]
Recording can be a bit of a minefield, particularly when you’re new to it. Unlike when you’re playing live, there are certain steps you need to take to maintain the quality of sound. Also, there seem to be so many different opinions floating around about what you should and should not do. Here, we’re going […]
The standout quality of metal music is the loudness and energy of the performance. Therefore, when mixing metal, you must be ready to deal with stuff like big sounds, loud guitars, in-your-face drums, and aggressive vocals. We also know that in order to make metal music sound exactly how it’s supposed to, it must be […]
Imagine key moments or relationships in your life with no photos or videos: high school graduation, a soccer tournament, a trip to London, making cookies, or laughing with someone you love. Trying to recall those things from memory can feel ephemeral — or you may have forgotten them altogether. Music is the same, only more […]
A great song can sound pretty shoddy and still capture listeners’ hearts, no doubt. There are, however, so many examples of great songs falling short just because they didn’t “sound” very good. With the abundance of tutorials at our fingertips, all the information is out there. If you seek out the right teachers and really […]
The microphone cable remains one of the most popular cable types used in audio and video production. This is true for schools and churches as well as for recording studios and live performance production. While wireless microphones have eliminated the need for some mic cables, the growth in the use….