Recording

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Getting a track mastered can be a daunting experience if you’ve never done it before. You may be asking yourself, what...
Since I’ve started to produce my own music again, I’ve been investigating ways to break out of some of my existing...
Mixing classical music usually involves finding a pleasing balance between the recorded channels (for example, the stereo pair, spot mics and...
As a musician, you have most likely become aware of the word “sync”. Perhaps you have researched and feel you have...
Whether you are looking for a good side hustle, or just dabbling in music licensing, AudioSparx is a great and safe...
Loudness standards are a set of guides, measured by particular algorithms, to ensure that everyone who is mixing audio is delivering...
It’s never going to be perfect, and of course, it requires flexibility, but it’s completely possible to record at home with...
Let’s press that record button, yeah? On whatever we’ve got that has one. I’ve had my songs tracked in spaces sanctioned...
We’ve all seen the ads for unpaid internships that promise a wealth of experience, but with no guarantee of a permanent...
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