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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 …

Check MP3 & WAV File Integrity using MD5 Checksum for Quality Control

This is an important tutorial on how you can control MP3 and WAV file integrity using an accurate and reliable method. This is rarely done in home studio recording practice but it’s very useful. How you are going to use MD5 Checksum in Music Production …

Recording Clipping Prevention Techniques During Tracking Session in DAW

This is a beginner tutorial on how to prevent digital clipping when doing tracking or recording session. A very important skill in creating quality recordings in a music production. Introduction to Digital Clipping Digital clipping should be prevented …

Record Minus-one|Karaoke Music from Youtube using Windows 7 Netbook

Supposing you are assigned by your teacher to sing a particular piece of song. You search for minus one and then found out it is available in Youtube. Since you will be practicing your minus-one on a daily basis, you plan to create a personal audio cop …

Upsampling Audio – Importance and Methods in Audio Mixing/Mastering

Upsampling is increasing the resolution & sample rate of the original digital audio. Some audio professionals call this “over sampling” although I prefer to call it up-sampling. For example, if the original audio is 16 bit/44.1Khz. If you like to c …