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Songwriting Tips – What’s in my Studio?

Posted in Uncategorized by Higher Density Blog on October 25, 2018


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How to Build a Home Recording Studio – davidthegreat99

Posted in Music Studio, Production by Higher Density Blog on June 2, 2014

davidthegreat99·64 videos

Check out my new pro audio blog: http://www.proaudiogeekz.com/

Learn tips on how to build your own home recording studio on a budget that can rival the pros!

Music Studio – The Recording Revolution . com

Posted in Music Studio by Higher Density Blog on November 2, 2013

Keith Jarrett Trio – All of You

Posted in Jazz Trio, Music, Piano by Higher Density Blog on October 4, 2013

barkofink·69 videos


Sean Shepherd – Composer

Posted in Composer, Music by Higher Density Blog on October 3, 2013

Paul Hindemith – Sonata for Double Bass and Piano

Posted in Classical, Composer, Double Bass, Music, Piano by Higher Density Blog on September 28, 2013

proselen·25 videos

Daniele Roccato, double bass; Marco Tezza, piano.
Live in Perugia (Italy) on January the 25th, at Auditorium “Morlacchi”

Gloria Estefan – Here We Are

Posted in Music, Pop, Singer by Higher Density Blog on September 22, 2013

Ralph Vaughan Williams – The Lark Ascending – Violinist Janine Jansen – Royal Abert Hall

Posted in Classical, Composer, Music, Orchestra, Violin by Higher Density Blog on September 22, 2013

Basicallybenign·151 videos

Soloist Janine Jansen plays her 1727 Stradivari “Barrere” violin, in this popular Vaughan Williams masterpiece. From the BBC Proms 2003.

Avicii in the studio – The Making of Dancing In My Head

Posted in Dance Beats, DJs, Music Production, Music Software, Music Studio, Presentation, Remixing by Higher Density Blog on August 25, 2013

FutureMusicMagazine·307 videos

In Autumn 2011 Future Music headed to Stockholm to spend the day in the studio with rapidly rising house star Tim Bergling aka Avicii to see him create the basics of a new remix. That track would become Eric Turner vs Avicii – Dancing In My Head. Sit back and enjoy over an hour of Avicii at work.

Rachmaninov Piano Concerto N0. 3 – Leif Ove Andsnes – SVT Symfoniorkester – Lionel Bringuier

Posted in Composer, Concerto, Music, Orchestra, Piano by Higher Density Blog on August 21, 2013

mugge62·478 videos

© Rachmaninov’s 3rd pianoconcert – Leif Ove Andsnes – Sveriges Radios Symfoniorkester – Lionel Bringuier – Stockholm 2009 – © Sveriges Television AB.
Reupload as a whole concert due to several false claims of ownership to the previous splitted versions.
**oOo** Believe it or not: NO Fraudulent claims 200113. Reading:
Der er ingen ophavsretlige krav på din video © Rachmaninov’s 3. (whole) pianoconcert. Leif Ove Andsnes & SVT Symfoniorkester – Lionel Bringuier :

Beethoven Symphony 5 Movement I – Annotated Analysis

Posted in Classical, Composer, Music, Sonata-Allegro, Symphony by Higher Density Blog on August 18, 2013

The Daily Beethoven·419 videos

Performed by the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen with Paavo Järvi
Analysed with the assistance of Robert Greenberg’s Teaching Company Wordscore guide
For transcription of analysis see:

Note: at this time the annotations will not appear on mobile devices, so if possible please watch from a computer.

For more videos of this type see:
Color-Coded Analysis of Beethoven’s Music (INDEX):

CNN interview – Ar Rahman – In the Composing Studio

Posted in Composers, Film Score, Music Studio by Higher Density Blog on August 6, 2013

sayujsunil1989·50 videos

Rahman improvises while images play on the big screen.

How To Make Sonic Sound, Quincy Jones, Recording Engineer Skills

Posted in Music Production, Music Studio, Music Technology by Higher Density Blog on July 14, 2013

RoundSquareX·35 videos



Setting Up Your Home Recording Studio

Posted in Audio, Composition by Higher Density Blog on January 14, 2013

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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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