Let’s talk about what a DI box is and explore the variety of applications that make it a useful addition to studios and concert venues alike.
Learn about the difference between an EP and an LP, dive into their history, and explore why these mediums still matter in the digital era.
Let’s create our own monster sounds from scratch via two different approaches: synthesis and recorded audio.
Learn about the various claims that surround 432 Hz, their validity, and how to create music using any tuning standard of your choice.
We explore the unique history of Image-Line’s Gross Beat, its cultural impact, how to use it in your music, and more.
Learn about what a vocoder is, how the effect works, and how you can apply vocoding in your own music with plugins.
We discuss effective DIY acoustic treatment options for your home studio that are viable within three different budgets: $0, $500, and $1,000.
We define what temporal induction is, demonstrate how you can experiment with the phenomenon in your DAW, and explore its underlying lesson for music producers.
From applying rhythmic delays to experimenting with pitch shifting, we explore four ideas for different ways to process, design, and mix ad-libs.
From bouncing demos to revisiting your folder structures, let’s explore a few techniques for making the best use of your ‘leftover’ project files.
We explore how to recreate the iconic vocal sounds of Daft Punk, Kanye West, and more using iZotope’s VocalSynth 2.
We explore the different elements that go into an effective synth lead sound by recreating the instrument in Bag Raiders’ “Shooting Stars.”