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Carry on being Creative in Isolation: The Basics Of Making a Good Home Recording

Carry on being Creative in Isolation: The Basics Of Making a Good Home Recording

For those who don’t know, I am the biggest Star Wars nerd on the planet. My obsession with the franchise is verging on unhealthy - but it has given me a vast amount of quotes and life lessons I've held close to me for about the last decade and a half. One of the most valued is a quote from Master Yoda, in the recent sequel series; ‘The greatest teacher, failure is’. 

5 Tips To Improve Your Guitar Tone

5 Tips To Improve Your Guitar Tone

While you have tons of time to practice and play guitar, lets use this time to help you improve your tone with our 5 main tips while mixing and recording guitars!

Enhance Your Mix with spatial effects

Enhance Your Mix with spatial effects

...referring to the big 2 - Reverb and Delay. After this, hopefully you’ll have a larger awareness of how to apply both of these, why, and most importantly, in a creative and intuitive way!

4 Tricks to a More Clear, and Better Translating Mix

4 Tricks to a More Clear, and Better Translating Mix

What makes their mixes so great? Surely, a good mix is subjective, right? Well, yes and no.  A good mix in the context we’re talking about is controlled, translates well across several types of playback sources, and most importantly I personally think, makes you want to turn it up! So let's talk about how 4 Simple Tricks can help you achieve that. 

5 TIPS FOR RECORDING MODERN POP VOCALS IN YOUR HOME STUDIO

5 TIPS FOR RECORDING MODERN POP VOCALS IN YOUR HOME STUDIO

Record world-class vocals that sound "expensive" on limited gear.

Compression - How to use it, and Why?

Compression - How to use it, and Why?

Compression is a topic that's been covered so many times - however, I’ve always approached production more as a science than as an art, and with this in mind, I think you’ll find this quick guide more helpful than you’d first have thought! 

Proximity Effect - Why you NEED to know about this phenomenon

Proximity Effect - Why you NEED to know about this phenomenon

Simply put, The Proximity Effect is a phenomenon that increases the low-end frequency response of a microphone the closer to the source it is put. 

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