From mic’ing up your bass amp to using one of Spire Studio’s built-in recording effects, learn three easy and great sounding techniques for recording bass guitar—audio examples included.
Many things can go wrong when producing vocals in home studio environments. To avoid falling into traps many beginner producers do, we put together eleven common mistakes in bedroom vocal production along with tips to resolve them.
Learn how to achieve esoteric and exciting new vocal effects using Nectar 3, RX Elements, and VocalSynth 2. Release the space monkeys!
Learn how to get a great electric guitar sound with your Spire Studio, and hear the difference between a mic’d up guitar amp and a Spire app amp simulation.
A clear vocal is only possible if other elements in the mix leave space for it. In this article, we discuss various ways for mixing vocals to create space and sound like a pro.
Single cycle waveforms are unique audio files that unfold over a single cycle and can be looped indefinitely. Here is how to load and tweak them in the Iris 2 sample-based synthesizer.
Going for a certain style or timbre of vocals in a mix? Learn vocal mixing tips for six popular styles of vox in pop and rock mixes.
In the continued exploration of writing songs in different time signatures, this time we explore odd meter, which artists use it, and how you can write songs in it.
There is more to gates than cleaning up noisy signals. Follow along with audio examples and we dive into four creative approaches for noise gates in music production.