Published on May 10, 2017

Live sound gear at Crutchfield: https://goo.gl/Yqrz9C We always set up a P.A. for a live band to play during our company picnic, and this time we tagged along with our live sound expert so we can show you the basics of system setup. Crutchfield, America’s trusted electronics specialist since 1974, has award-winning customer service, free lifetime tech support, and free shipping on most orders. Shop for all your audio and video needs at Crutchfield.com and sign up for the catalog and email newsletter at http://www.crutchfield.com See more home and car electronics videos on our channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/crutchfi…

 

 

Frostbite is a multi-effect plugin featuring ring modulator, feedback (delay) and freeze modules. What’s great about Frostbite is the range of sounds you can get from it but also the differences you get with different input sounds. For instance, you can create a preset using a certain type of input sound to give a […]

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Producer, programmer and songwriter Jez Ashurst visited ACM to deliver an Audio Produciton masterclass in our state-of-the-art SSL Duality Teaching Studio. Based in London, Jez’s early career spanned work as an engineer to session guitar work and composing for TV, but more recently Jez has written cuts for (and with) Will Young, Mel C, Boyzone, Joe McElderry and many other established and new UK acts.

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MP3s & Sound Quality

April 26, 2013

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In this http://www.artistshousemusic.org video interview, Carl Beatty, a veteran engineer and Professor of Production and Engineering at Berklee College of Music, discusses the lesser sound quality of most MP3s as compared to compact disc, and whether this difference actually matters to consumers.

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Gettng Started, Step 1: Build Your Studio

From , former About.com Guide 

To get started, check out this step-by-step introduction to the basics of building your own home recording studio, no matter your budget!

  1. The Basics of Home Recording
  2. Selecing An Audio Interface & Software
  3. Microphones 101
  4. Don’t Forget The Accessories!

The Basics of Home Recording

A few years ago, the only way to get a listenable recording was to enter a professional recording studio and spend a lot of money to get your songs heard. As computers, recording hardware, and high-tech software decreased in price and increased exponentially in quality, it became easy to make high quality recordings at home.

It takes a little bit of time to get the hang of recording at home; you’ve got to learn techniques for recording and mixing, and you also have to figure out how far you’d like to go in buying new equipment. Check out these fantastic resources to get you started recording easily.

Selecing An Audio Interface & Software

When you get started recording, one of your first decisions should be what audio interface and software you’ll use in your home studio, if you’re planning on recording straight to your computer.

The good news is that if your computer was made anytime in the last few years, it’s probably ready for recording without much work! That being said, maxing out your RAM and hard drive space can’t hurt. You’ll need an interface — a USB or FireWire attachment to your computer that allows you to input your microphones and instruments into your computer. You’ll also need a software package to mix and edit your audio.

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