Sampling audio is one of the most useful tools for producers. In this article, we’ll cover sampling techniques and how to create a custom sampler instrument.
A new job is increasingly available to audio engineers: editing podcasts. This can be a gargantuan task, so follow these ten tips for success!
Many musicians and producers prefer to create effects chains according to established wisdom. But sometimes it helps to experiment with effects chains in non-linear ways.
Whether you want to improve your production chops, are searching for inspiration, or simply want to make music more fun, here are five musical challenges for the new year.
Follow these seven home recording studio hacks for the bedroom producer and learn how to get great vocal recordings, acoustic guitar takes, and more.
Filtering the bad from the good isn’t easy when it comes to music production advice. For this reason, we expose seven pervasive home recording studio myths that distract newcomers from making music.
Even after compression and EQ, some drum samples don’t want to gel with everything else. This may very well be a tuning issue. Here are five scenarios where tuning drum samples will greatly improve the quality of your mix.
Collaborating with other music producers can be one of the best parts of making music. In this article, we discuss how to do so in an enjoyable, time-efficient, and productive way.
Musicians and producers are often looking for that deeper, fatter synthesized bassline. We show you how to combine subtractive analog synthesis and virtual effects to create basslines with more depth.