IS YOUR RECORDING BEING DONE AT THE BEST STUDIOS?

Jul 14
2013

Is Your Recording Being Done At The Best Studios?

How Can You Tell If Your Recordings Are High Quality?
Determining the difference between high quality recordings and low quality recordings is very easy. In fact, many people without any training in music theory or engineering can tell the difference between something that is well recorded versus something that is not. Sometimes, it is hard to play an objective role when you are involved in creating the music. Therefore, you need to determine the quality of the music before you start to Read the rest of this entry »

HOW TO GET THE BEST SOUNDING TRACKS – THE BEST EQUIPMENT

May 24
2013

How To Get The Best Sounding Tracks: Using The Best Equipment

Writing
There are many different avenues to pursue when writing and recording music. You can abandon all live instruments and go strictly electronic, which would mean using your computer and synthesizers as your main form of instrument. Alternatively, you can combine natural instruments with electronic devices in order to create your sound. Regardless of which instruments you choose, you will need good equipment to get the job done. The first Read the rest of this entry »

WHERE TO GO WHEN RECORDING YOUR NEW ALBUM

Apr 05
2013

When recording album, there’s usually so much work to be done on the music itself that it’s hard to know exactly where to record. If there’s multiple studios available in your city, it might be difficult to gauge which one is worth the money. Then there’s the option of friends with recording equipment. How does one decide which path to take?

A genuine recording studio will always be your best bet. It should have a real engineer, quality equipment, great Read the rest of this entry »

Make Sure Your Audio Equipment Is Insured

Jan 07
2013

Optional insurance covers the policyholders’ vehicles in the event that they have been damaged or stolen. Collision coverage offers people the fair market value of the vehicle or the agreed upon amount no matter who caused the collision. Comprehensive coverage will offer a sum of money to repair or replace the vehicle if it is stolen, is damaged by vandals or a natural disaster or is involved in a collision with an animal. This optional coverage may not include the additional audio equipment that people place in their vehicles after they purchase their cars.

Car owners can make sure that their audio equipment is insured by purchasing add-ons to their insurance policies. Special Equipment or Sound System coverage is what is going to protect the investment that people put into audio equipment and the speakers that they add to make their driving trips even more of a pleasure than they ordinarily would be.

Not everyone will need to purchase Special Equipment or Sound System coverage. If the audio system was pre-installed on the vehicle when the owner purchased it, this may be covered on the auto insurance policy. However, the amount the company will pay for the system may be limited to 2,500, for example. To take advantage of this coverage, the policyholder needs to pay a deductible, and it’s possible that it would cost a great deal of money to replace the audio equipment if there is insufficient coverage within the auto insurance policy.

Special Equipment and Sound System is not the most common type of auto insurance coverage, but most insurance agents will know what this coverage is. When first purchasing a new auto insurance policy, clients will want to make sure that their additional equipment will be sufficiently covered. If not, they will want to look into an add-on.

Article provided by www.ired.com.

THE BEST TOOLS FOR AUDIO VIDEO RECORDING TODAY

Apr 18
2012

The best tools for audio video recording today are very affordable and easy to use. If you have a good home computer, depending on your operating system you probably already have audio video recording software. There are other software programs that are easy to use with professional looking results. Turning the family photo album and videos into a short movie is an easy drag-and-drop operation. Dragging movie files or still digital photo files to blank frames and match the pictures to the soundtrack. With the latest Read the rest of this entry »

HOW TO FIND THE BEST STUDIO IN YOUR CITY

Apr 15
2012

Finding a recording studio can be as effortless as looking in the phone book or doing an online search, but choosing the best studio for your needs can be a whole other tedious matter. There are many factors to consider when selecting a recording studio. Keep in mind these two guidelines below and it should make the process a little easier:

1. The Recording Engineer. This is perhaps the most important factor. A good engineer can make or break your recording project.Read the rest of this entry »

THE BEST EQUIPMENT FOR YOUR HOME RECORDING STUDIO

Apr 14
2012

Finding the best equipment for your home recording studio is easier than ever. In this modern era of technology, there are more opportunities to make use of quality digital and analog equipment for the home producer of music. Not only is the equipment available to the home recording engineer top quality today, but there are also more simple methods for making music through the synthesis of computers and sound engineering. Even the most basic home studio is capable of quality sound recordings. The same level Read the rest of this entry »

WHERE TO BUY YOUR EQUIPMENT TO SET UP A HOME STUDIO

Apr 11
2012

MusiciansFriend.com is an excellent website for buying all of your pro audio needs without being mislead by greedy retail employees that are looking for commission. If you want the perfect home studio set-up, then MusiciansFriend sells a variety of recording equipment and recording packages. The first thing you will need is reliable recording software that can vary greatly between price and function. You may also need a good mixer. You can get a relatively cheap mixer with one or two inputs, or you can get a high-quality one that has more. The next thing you will Read the rest of this entry »

GET THE SOUND – USING THE BEST AUDIO EQUIPMENT

Apr 07
2012

He didn’t win the Oscar for it, but the Terrance Howard portrayal of a low-life hustler that was trying to transition into the rap game was mesmerizing. The Hustle & Flow movie was interesting because the characters were trying to cut a record without any good audio equipment. It was the character played by Anthony Anderson that changed the entire course of the entire movie. He let Howard’s character know that he needed better audio equipment Read the rest of this entry »