Record Through Plug Ins In Real Time
Onboard DSP is how Antelope Audio – a European audio manufacturer with a history in…
Neal Avron Interview: The Importance of Musicality
Neal Avron is an American musician, record producer, mixer, and audio engineer. Working predominately in rock…
Chris Seefried: Studio Tour & Interview
Chris Seefried first garnered national attention when Quincy Jones signed his band Gods Child, from…
Songs That Changed Music: T. Rex – Get It On
Marc Bolan’s T. Rex initially formed as Tyrannosaurus Rex in 1967. Rapidly establishing themselves as…
Digital Music Distribution: Getting Music Out in 2021

Before making albums in people’s bedroom was the norm, record deals were the only way…

Best Vocoder Plugins 2020- Fun Vocal Effects
Best Vocoder Plugins 2021: Fun Vocal Effects

A vocoder is an effect we’ve heard in music from the ’70s to the present…

The Best Large Diaphragm Condenser Microphones?
When looking for a new microphone, you can spend countless hours or even days on…
Denise Audio DRAGON FIRE Plug In: Demo & Giveaway
Dragon Fire introduces a monstrous new and easy way to tame and colour the dynamics…
Simon Phillips: Interview & Studio Tour
Simon Phillips is by far one of the world's most renowned and respected drummers, whose…

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Graham Cochrane: Creativity is the Secret Sauce
Graham Cochrane is a Tampa, Florida-based freelance mixing engineer and founder of one the world's most loved audio recording and mixing blogs, The Recording Revolution, with over 200,000 readers each month. Graham is the founder of The Recording Revolution, whose…
Linda Taylor Home Studio Setup
Linda Taylor was born and raised in Southern California. At the age of four, she began playing the guitar. Although she had several teachers early on and participated in the typical school programs, she is primarily self-taught. Before joining Drew…
The Beatles – Please Please Me: Album Breakdown with Jerry Hammack
In a follow-up to the popular “Let It Be” album breakdown, author, producer and mixer Jerry Hammack is back to discuss the making of The Beatles’ very first album, “Please Please Me”. Jerry devoted nearly 12 years of his life to…
Shure SM7B Review | Makers of Legendary Mics

Shure microphones are ubiquitous. Think of any of the most dependable, affordable, and awesome sounding mics, and Shure is definitely on that list. Consider the SM57, for example, which continues to be one of the most widely used microphones of…

Beyerdynamic DT 990 Pro Review

Beyerdynamic’s classic DT lineup, featuring the 770, 880, and 990s, is a trusted range of studio reference headphones. Each pair offers a unique monitoring experience for music production or hi-fi listening. The Beyerdynamic DT 990 Pro headphones are an open-back…

Positive Grid Spark Amp Review | Is It Worth It?

Feature-packed practice amps are all the rage. Though not a new concept, these portable desktop devices—or, ‘coffee table-top,’ ‘sofa-top,’ you name it—started to incorporate tech beyond what we’ve seen in standard practice amps of yesteryear (like in the long-running Line…

Top 5 Plugins With Matt Lange
Matt Lange is a Grammy nominated, multi-platinum selling DJ, Producer and musician, who is known to push musical boundaries. He has DJed in major festivals such as Tomorrowland, created music for movies such as Ready Player One, and Blade Runner 2049, as well…
Types of Audio Compressors and Their Uses

There are 4 types of audio compressors from the analogue world that software emulates. Different hardware makes use of certain internal components and designs for various styles of compression. If you’ve only ever used plugins, you’d be totally forgiven for…

The Most Unique Reverb in 20 Years?
In this episode of MakeMineMusic, Marc Daniel Nelson dives deep into his personal gear collection to talk about one specific unit that creates incredibly unique sound spaces. The Tegeler Audio Raumzeitmaschine Reverb is a unique style reverb that is analog…
Songs That Changed Music: Ian Dury & The Blockheads – Hit Me With Your Rhythm Stick
With its distinctive 16-notes-to-the-bar bassline and unashamedly honky sax solo (played on two saxes at once), Ian Dury and the Blockheads’ signature hit was certainly one of the more idiosyncratic Number 1s of the 1970s. The same could be said of their…
The Greatest Production Duo: Jack Douglas & Jay Messina
Arguably known as one of the best production teams of all time, Jack and Jay have worked with some of the most influential artists of our generation, including John Lennon, Cheap Trick, Patti Smith, and more! They have worked on…
How to Write a Chorus | Essential Ingredients

There’s a lot of pressure on songwriters when it comes to creating the grand hook. Understanding how to write a chorus that listeners can sing along and identify with is a huge undertaking. The chorus is the most important part…

ASCAP vs. BMI vs. SESAC: All About PROs

If you’re a performing artist you know the value of royalties. Regardless of the size of the check, they show up every quarter like clockwork. But they don’t just appear out of nowhere; those royalty payments are the work of…

Types of Music Royalties | Making Money as an Artist

Music royalties are a complicated legal game. What happens behind the scenes for artists, songwriters, publishers, or other copyright holders to get paid is best left to lawyers who know what they’re doing. But’s important for artists to at least…

Get Stadium Sound With This Affordable Acoustic Guitar! – Yamaha FG-TA TransAccoustic
Imagine an acoustic guitar that plays great and sounds like you're onstage! The Yamaha FG-TA TransAcoustic acoustic-electric guitar is just that and will inspire you by giving you one of the most engaging guitar experiences imaginable, all without having to…
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