In the world of audio production, you need to know both your digital and analog tools. Self publishing careers such as voice over acting have become so popular nowadays due to the fact that there are many platforms that allow for self-published content. In this post im going to go over software that you need […]
What Is Considered Good Audio Latency?
One of the most common issues in audio production is latency. In all my years as a music producer, latency is an issue that I’ve dealt with many times. It can make your life difficult when processing, performing or recording audio live. For example, a musician that is doing a live performance will depend on […]
Can Metronome Help You Sleep?
We all need a good night’s sleep in order to function optimally in our day to day lives otherwise, we would crash. This is one of the reasons why people that have trouble sleeping, invest time and energy into finding techniques that can help them sleep easier and faster. In this article, I’m going to […]
Will CD’s Become Obsolete?
CD has been the standard physical way of storing music for many years. To this day, music is being distributed on CD. With that said, a lot has to be addressed seeing as music is mostly being stored digitally nowadays. Streaming platforms for example have made it easy for the average person to access any […]
What Are Carbon Microphones Used For?
In audio production we utilize many different kinds of microphones that can carry out specific tasks. For example condensers capture vocals, dynamic mics capture louder sound such as sound effects and instruments. A carbon microphone is not a common microphone and in this post I’m going to walk you through its uses. “What is a […]
Are CDs Better Than Streaming?
There are so many streaming services that have hit the market over the last couple of years. Competition has pretty much evened out but it’s easy to see that some of the most used platforms are easily Spotify, Tidal and Apple music. But what about CD’s, you may wonder? CD’s have stood the test of […]
Why Does My Cassette Player Keep Eating My Tapes?
If you’re an old head like me then you grew up in the cassette era. They were the CDs back in the day and almost all radios were optimized to only run and support cassette tapes. Why am I telling you all this? I recently ran across a question in an audio production forum that […]
Why Are Some Cables Sheathed?
We rely on various cables in audio production. These cables help connect equipment to other equipment and power sources. It’s important to understand the logic behind some cables being a certain way as compared to others. In this post I’m going to discuss why some cables are sheathed. This post is important for people that […]
How Does A High-pass Filter Sound?
When mixing or mastering audio, one needs to understand how to treat musical elements. EQ or equalization is a huge part of audio production and this post I’m going to explain how a high pass filter sounds like. This is important to know because many times words or terms like low pass and high pass […]
How To Come Up With Beat Ideas (22 TIPS)
Beat making is a skill that takes quite some time to master. It personally took me a good 3 years to learn and understand beat making at an advanced level. I’ve been making beats for over a decade now but I still learn a lot from working with new and older music producers. Beat making […]