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Record vocals and guitar at the same time
Recording vocals and guitar at the same time can often yield great, authentic performances from singer-songwriters, but having isolation between the two gives…
What is gain staging? - Beginner's guide
Gain staging is one of those magical terms that pop up everywhere in audio engineering. If something sounds noisy or distorted, the first thing someone will say…
What's the best cable for audio?
Audio cables are everywhere, from the simplest bedroom setups to the most elaborate studio facilities. Sometimes we don’t think about them as much as we should…
How to improve your microphone quality with 5 easy steps
Finally, your new microphone has arrived. But something’s not quite right. It doesn’t really sound better; your overall recording quality didn’t really improve…
5 easy ways to improve your audio recordings at home.
Feeling like recordings of others just sound better than yours? You’re not alone. This blog doesn’t go into detail about every technical aspect of audio…
Acoustic treatment for recording and mixing
Acoustic treatment is one of those topics in audio that just isn't very sexy. You want to use your precious studio budget for fun stuff like a new keyboard or a…
Why you need a multi-pattern microphone
In this blog, you’ll learn why you need a multi-pattern microphone and when it makes sense to use one. You'll also learn how the microphone creates different…
It might get loud! What's maxSPL and THD?
In this blog, we’re tackling the topic of maximum sound pressure levels. We’ll measure different things, and you’ll also learn which mics are best for loud…
What is XLR?
You can find XLR cables and connectors on many professional audio devices, including all types of microphones for recording and stage use. When someone asks…
What is the proximity effect?
Radio announcers use it to make their voice sound bigger and more impactful. The so-called proximity effect leads to a bass-boost in directional microphones…
Stereo recording techniques
Stereo recording is easy and fun. It makes recordings sound more immersive and realistic. You can do it too! In this blog, we’ll take a look at the basics of…
USB vs XLR microphones - What is better?
You might have heard some things about XLR and USB microphones. For example, "XLR microphones sound more professional" or that "USB microphones are less of a…
How does a microphone work?
In this blog, you’ll find out how a microphone works. We’ll talk about the two main types of microphones for recording, dynamic and condenser microphones. And…
Do I need a shock mount and a pop filter for my microphone?
You've probably heard or read online that you need a microphone shock mount and a pop filter when recording vocals. Here you will quickly learn why you need…
Dynamic vs condenser microphones - What is better?
There's a sheer endless amount of threads addressing the question, Which microphone is better, dynamic or condenser? This blog makes you easily understand when…
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