Recording Tips Category

Industry Standard Recording Practices that you need to know

This post summarizes the industry standard practices in music production and audio recording. These are commonly referring to the recording labels, recording producers, recording engineers, audio mixing engineers and audio mastering engineers. These re …

Short history on music production, recording methods and techniques

I received an inquiry regarding the history of old and new music production/recording methods… I am currently doing a report on country music recording methods and was hoping you could help with some info, advice where and what to search, differences i …

Best Sample Rate and Audio Bit Depth for Recording Projects

Ideally the best sample rate and audio bit depth for recording is as high as possible as your recording software and hardware can handle. Below are common sample rates used in recording: a.) 44.1 KHz b.) 48 KHz c.) 96 KHz d.) 192 KHz And below are the …

How to Correct or Fix Out of Phase Cancellation in Recordings?

Ever wonder that your recordings during tracking sessions sound very weak when mixed together? The recording might be experiencing an out of phase or phase cancellation problems in audio recording. Understanding Out of Phase Issues For those beginners, …

Netbook Music Production & Audio Recording: Creating your own Studio

If you have your own netbook right now, you can transform it into a fully working home recording studio. This is what you need: a.) Audio interface or small mixer – for accepting and conditioning input signals from your musical instruments. b.) Recordi …