Recording & Mixing on Audient Consoles

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Miking A Bass Cab

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Proper Microphone Technique For YOUR Podcast

Dan Lenard Intro The audio quality of your podcast depends on a number of factors. in previous Audient articles, we’ve discussed the acoustics of the room you record in and how to set proper input levels in previous Audient articles. The third key to great audio is how you USE your microphone. What we’ll refer [...]
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Snare Re-Amping Mix Trick With Cenzo Townshend

Snare Re-Amping Mix Trick With Cenzo Townshend   Snare Re-Amping Mix Trick With Cenzo Townshend   Related Articles A Look at the New Logic Pro X 10.5 Update: Changing the Music Landscape for ProducersJake Gosling Sticky StudiosRuss Russell Talks Metal Production Our Products iD42in | 2out Audio Interface iD1410in | 6out Audio Interface iD4420in | [...]
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James LoMenzo Recording Bass Genres

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7 Top Tips for Pre Production

Just Listen Just Listen Start by listening to the artist and their material. Perhaps, ask the artist to play to you, it is always better to hear them live. Next, analyze the result together and try to find out what parts you liked as this could help provide you with a foundation to build from. [...]
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5 Essential Tips For Recording Acoustic Guitar

1. Finding the right space   Before you start placing microphones, it’s important to note that your recording will be affected by the shape and sound of the room so choosing the right spot is really important. Acoustics is a science of its own but a good rule of thumb to note is often a [...]
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Charlie Andrew Interview

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Creating the Sound for Two Point Hospital

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Recording Vocals On A Budget

VËR Intro There’s something really gratifying about making a DIY record from the comfort of your own home. It inevitably becomes an authentic process on your own schedule (and in your PJs, if that’s your style!) I’m going to share some tips on how I recorded the vocals for my debut 4-song EP “Bloom” from [...]
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