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An Introduction to Equalization - A free download from Audio Masterclass

Equipping Your Home Recording Studio - A free download from Audio Masterclass

An Introduction to Compression: Basic Compression - A free download from Audio Masterclass

A Neve mixing console with built-in turntable

Can you record a drum kit entirely with Shure SM57 mics? Barry Rudolph can.

Q: Why do I have to record acoustic guitar twice?

Q: Will the preamp in my interface spoil the great sound of my mic pre?

Sequence THAT!

How to collect royalties from your music

Puremagnetik Releases Vespine - Sounds of the EDP Wasp

Do you need musical talent to be a sound engineer?

Why would you want to mix a microphone and an instrument signal in your preamp?

Good miking turns a cheap fiddle into a Stradivarius

Plywood and particle board

Description of the use of plywood and particle board in the recording studio.

Plywood and particle board such as chipboard and MDF - these are all good materials - obviously the denser, and therefore heavier, the better.

They are more expensive than plasterboard however, so they are only used where they are needed.

By David Mellor Friday June 23, 2006