Facebook social media iconTwitter social media iconInstagram social media iconSubmit to Reddit

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

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

An Introduction to Equalization - A free download from Audio Masterclass

New monitors? Now you need to tune in your ears.

Why is there a silvery coating inside a vacuum tube?

An interesting phase problem in drum overheads

Q: In live sound, what can I do to reduce echo in the room?

"(Treat her) Like A Lady" by Son of Man

The Audio Masterclass Music Production and Sound Engineering Course (Assessed Course)

Q: Why does my mixer have a 48 volt switch?

'Soundproofing' or 'sound isolation' - which is correct?

Exploring the MASSIVE headroom in your DAW

Are you special? (Hint - you're probably not)

"Untitled" by Casey Dilworth

This particular song 'When I See Her' was recorded with the software Adoboe Audiotion 3.o....

This particular song "When I See Her" was recorded with the software Adoboe Audiotion 3.o.

I as I stated earlier I do all my recording using line in only. I have been told a better sound can be acheived by running thru an amp, but, so far I have been satisfied with this.

I am using my Gretsch Rancher Jr. for rythmn, and a 1974 Telecaster bass for the bass, and my Gretsch Country Classic for the lead. The loops are for drums, the background cello, and the string section, all from Adobe.

I think it makes a nice complimentary sound, but, I suppose I could be wrong, but, I liked it.

This is a contrast to my previous posting, but, we all have many sides.

Keep up the good work everyone and above all enjoy it as you are doing it.

Thanks Casey

Further information is available at www.caseydilworth.com

By Casey Dilworth Thursday November 30, 2006