An asymmetrically biased microphone with a really fruity tone [with audio]
An interesting phase problem in drum overheads
What exactly does the phrase 'leave headroom for mastering' mean?
Develop your DAW skills by making a ringtone using edits and crossfades
Now at last you can replace your nearfield monitors with proper main monitors!
Live sound: How to set the levels on the power amplifier
"Sysmobomb" by The Engines Of Love
Is analog audio equipment DEAD?
Q: Should I upgrade my Shure SM58 and use technical solutions for noise and ambience?
Hum - Can you hear it, even if you can't hear it?
October 25, 2004
New from Big Fish Audio is Funk University (or just F.U. for short), a collection for multi-format loops and drum kits for those looking to be schooled in the ways of funk.
The focus of this collection is drums, pure and simple. You won't find any basses or guitars here. The DVD-ROM contains a total of 842 loops, ranging from 55 to 150 BPM with 4/4, 3/4, and 6/8 time signatures, all in WAV, REX and Apple Loops AIFF format.
For more information, visit their web site at www.bigfishaudio.com