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Lessons From A Recording Engineer

By Glen Parry

I’ve had the chance to hang out in a music studio for quite some time before I started working there myself. In my honest opinion, no piece of studio equipment can replace a solid advice and someone talking you through the basics as well as the more advanced steps of recording music.

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What Does EP and LP Stand For?

By Glen Parry

I hear this questions all the time. What is an EP? This is something you need to be aware of if you plan on becoming an artist.  To get straight to the point, EP stands for “extended play”. An EP typically contains 3 to 5 tracks. More than a single, but less than a complete album. They […]

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The Top 5 Best Multi-Track Recorders (Updated For 2018)

By Glen Parry

Recording and producing music is certainly a very delicate job. As most bands feature two guitars, bass, drums, one or more vocals, and sometimes countless other instruments, you can easily lose yourself in the sea of different tracks, takes, and layers. Having good equipment may not make you a good producer but it most definitely helps. Although the vast majority of producers have migrated over to purely digital recording solutions, there is still a healthy market for multi- track recorders.

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Acoustic Foam For Your Studio – What You Need To Know

By Glen Parry

Building your studio and are looking into acoustic treatment or soundproofing? We’ve got you covered. The sound of your recording is hugely impacted by the sound of your room. I cannot stress this enough. It doesn’t matter if you’ve spent $300 on a high-end condenser mic your room acoustics will still dictate your recording quality.

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