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An Introduction to Equalization - A free download from Audio Masterclass

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

Why do mixing console preamps have high-pass filter buttons?

The difference between DAW filters and synth filters

What are you scared of in the recording studio?

This voice over studio looks like something out of Monty Python

New vs. old guitar strings: Part 1 - The case for new guitar strings

Three types of musician you'll prefer to work with in the studio, and one type that you won't

Why your voice-over recordings need to be FULLY professional

Q: How should I set the gain make-up control on my compressor?

In 5 to 10 years' time, computers might catch up with traditional technologies. Might.

An unusual use for a microphone shock mount

Which came first - Pirates of the Caribbean, or Gladiator?

An eagle-eared RP reader spots similarities in music for the movies.

This isn't really a question, but an FYI. I have a musical ear and loved the James Bond article. It got me thinking about how often there is a stepwise progression regarding music and the final product.

Experience has taught me NEVER to throw away a musical idea. It can later morph into something phenomenal with the right inspiration.

Case in point: Go to 5:37 - a little past the middle. Sounds familiar?

Now this at 2:21...

And last, the classic up tempo modded version..

Cheers, Roland

By Roland Friday June 7, 2013