Have you ever had Red Light Fever? It’s the concept of performing your part perfectly before a recording, only to then get too nervous to ace the performance once the engineer hits record. If this sounds like something you or someone you work with has experienced, Ableton Live’s Capture MIDI feature will prove to be … Continue reading Keep moments of magic in Ableton Live with Capture MIDI
DPA Microphones is poised to be the first company to capture sounds on the Red Planet. On 30 July, NASA will launch its Mars 2020 Perseverance rover on a mission to Mars. DPA struck a deal with NASA to equip the Mars 2020 Rover with recording devices, including a DPA 4006 Omnidirectional mic, an MMA-A … Continue reading DPA Microphones will capture sounds on Mars
Our workshop on how to use Studio One as the bedrock of your recording continues this month, as we tackle what is one of the most interesting and challenging instruments to capture: live drums. With many of our readers recording in a bedroom or a small home studio space with a limited microphone selection, we’re … Continue reading How to capture live drums with Studio One
One of the things that a producer often faces is the need for different guitar sounds in a track, but a guitar player who either only has one instrument, or refuses to play another instrument. Or maybe you’re getting a great thick humbucker sound but need to offset it with a jangly single coil part … Continue reading New Music Gear Monday: Mooer Audio Tone Capture Pedal
Learn how to record professional quality vocals by choosing the right recording space, microphone, and more.