David Maxey shares home recording tips that will help you learn to create professional home recordings on any size budget. Discover the most productive way to use the recording gear you already own. Learn what equipment to purchase that will give you the best value for your budget. Get started today by visiting http://freerecordingtools.com
Quick Tip | Lowering The CPU Usage In Your DAW
In this quick tip I'm going to show you a trick to lighten the CPU load while mixing in your DAW. I will demonstration this using Reaper but this technique will work in most any other recording software as well. Don't forget to leave a comment below after you've watched the video.
Ep 32 | The 3 Elements of My Default Mixing FX Chain
In this episode of the show I talk about how I build my default mixing chain. I will tell you the 3 basic tools I use and why you should use them as well. Below are links to the plug-ins mentioned in this episode. Saturn Console Enhancer by Terry West, StripBus Console Emulation bundle, FerricTDS – Tape […]
Quick Tip | Automatic Double Tracking on a Stereo File
Have you ever wondered how to get that really fat, wide, electric guitar sound? There is a technique that has been around since the days of analog recording. It's call automatic double tracking. It's original purpose was to create a wide stereo sound from a single mono track. Today this technique can be used on […]
Ep 31 | 3 Golden Keys In Home Recording
In this episode of the show David talks about 3 golden keys in home recording. These 3 areas, if applied, can unlock new levels of professional quality in your projects. http://freerecordingtools.com
Audio Blog: Best Recording Software
In this very first audio blog we revisit the most popular post on Home Music Studio 1. I will give you three questions you must ask yourself when selecting the best recording software. This is an audio version of the original post found here. Subscribe to the podcast in iTunes.
Ep 30 | How To Get The Cleanest Audio Possible
In this episode of the show I'm going to address a question from Mark Fordham, a Dynamic Range Compression course member. We will be addressing the issue of proper recording levels and how they affect the overall quality of our projects. This is one critical area you will need to understand in order to produce […]
Thanks for all the great information I Love the clear short way you share
I appreciate your effort and the info in there. Your info would be easier to take in and resonate with more people if you avoid things like long car analogy and the other analogies you go to repeatedly. Your info is too good to get lost in wandering around the edges of the topic. It wasn’t until several minutes in before you get to what mastering is.
You could cut the first 5 minutes and lose nothing. Get to the hook and you will be more clear and the value obvious to the listener. I am sorry for being harsh. I don’t mean to troll. I am saying this because your info is great and I want more of it per minute.
Fellow Sonar users
What a great find. This is going to change my life.