Your microphone isn’t everything – here are a few tips for how you can best prepare your home studio for recording vocals.
Learn how to make audio captured on your phone sound as good as possible with these recording and processing tips.
Join us as we explore a few of the most common types of microphones, what makes them work, and what sets them apart.
We walk through the complete process of recording vocals, from reviewing the roles of each piece of gear to connecting your microphone to your DAW.
Write a song that incorporates a sound captured with a device’s built-in mic, and share your work to receive feedback from us and your peers.
Let’s explore the different ways bells can enhance a track, and the how you can record them right in your home studio.
Let’s go over a few of the most common studio setup mistakes that producers, engineers, and audio enthusiasts make when setting up their home studio.
We show you how to create a budget microphone setup that includes everything from the mic itself to the in-the-box effect chain.
Building your own DIY binaural dummy head might sound intimidating, but it actually isn’t all that hard to do.
Let’s take a look at the three most important microphones to consider purchasing if your budget is $200 or less.
Learn about what binaural audio is, how it works, and why it’s a technique that’s gaining popularity across different musical contexts.
Kate Wild of 91Vocals shows us how to create the increasingly popular “vintage” vocal sound.