As affordable and innovative as computers have become artists today might still enjoy recording music on some analog alternatives, here’s why.
Explore everything that goes into making a successful recording, including preparing for sessions, gear, software, mixing, mastering, and so much more with all our our recording articles. For more help getting set up to record your own music, check out Soundfly’s free course Demo Recording 101.
Don’t spend time and money you can’t get back in the recording studio, go into every session prepared and ready. Here are some tips!
Listening back to David Bowie’s 1977 albums “Low” and “Heroes” gives both producers and songwriters ideas of how to experiment in the studio.
I made a lo-fi hip-hop beat using iZotope’s Spire app for iPhone, and you can too. Here’s how simple and fun it was to use…
Producing a vocalist or recording yourself at home? You’ve got to know how to comp your best vocal takes together seamlessly. Here’s how.
Here’s a well-known trick for fattening up your drums, courtesy of legendary engineer and author Bobby Owsinski.
What does that mean? It means not having to rely on engineers for clarity in your vocals, and taking control of the way your voice is mixed.
If you find yourself dealing with different guitar signals, here’s a primer on how to EQ acoustics versus electrics in your mix.
A beginner’s guide to microphone preamps, the various types and their uses, and when to invest in a high quality preamp for your studio.
Some handy information on how headphone speakers produce sound, and what to consider when choosing new pairs for your audio usage.