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BjorgvinBenediktsson 11h
5 Reasons You Should Record To A Click Track
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Audio Masterclass 20h
How to get a drummer to play in time to a click track.
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RECORDING Magazine Sep 15
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RECORDING Magazine 17h
When mastering is usually the province of pros—why do it yourself?
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ProducerSpot Sep 13
FL Studio Mixing Tutorial - Best Practices With EQ (When & How To Use EQ) via
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delamar.FM 18h
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Audio Masterclass Sep 11
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Joey Sturgis Tones Sep 7
Tap the link to learn how a works and why it’s so obvious when you’re using it wrong!
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BjorgvinBenediktsson Sep 11
The Most Important Plug-in to Get Your Final Mix to Translate
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Audio Masterclass Sep 8
Microphone preamplifiers: Do they really make a difference?
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BjorgvinBenediktsson Sep 9
Quick Translation Trick for a Clear Low-end
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BjorgvinBenediktsson Sep 13
How To Get Reference Tracks From Spotify Into My DAW
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Anoint the Sick Sep 14
Been using the D112 on kick forever, but Parker had an Audix drum mic pack and the kick mic had a little more punch. I threw that on the beater head and put the D112 on the front head hoping it'll round out the bottom end. We'll see...
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Anton Emery Sep 10
Working on helping a friend record a fingerstyle guitar album. I find editing audio is quite relaxing, at least until you are tired of trying to get edit points and crossfades to line up perfectly.
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Anoint the Sick Sep 12
man, just watched the talk at amazing stuff. thanks for all the knowledge and wisdom. gonna be moving some furniture around tonight.
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Jim Lopardo 7h
VINTAGE TEAC EQA-10 10-Band Equalizer in good condition! Get it for next to nothing! - via
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Sound Advice 17h
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Downcity Armory Sep 15
Experimenting with reggae style bass lines makes your piano roll look like it's stuttering. . . . . . @ Providence, Rhode Island
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Universal Audio Sep 13
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neuri 1h
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