Before you can start recording your podcast, you need to set up your equipment. Here is a step by step guide on how to do so: Read More

When deciding on what equipment to get to record your podcast the list of items will vary depending on how many persons will be hosting the show.


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When planning a podcast they’re a few things you need to take into consideration. Before you decide to produce the actual series of episodes you will need a format for your podcast. In this article i will share with you tips on how to create the format for your new podcast. Read More

Learning a genre you have never listened before is a fun task to undertake to find new ideas. How do you do this? google and find a reference chart for the genre. Then list the top 20 songs. Read More

As a music producer conduction recording sessions are part of what we do. Whether it is recording vocals or musicians. In this article I share with you some tips on how to conduct a recording session. Read More

Vocalist and musicians are true to their craft. They work day and night practicing to getting better at singing and playing their instrument. If you incorporate practice into your daily routine you’re well on your way to mastering your instrument. Read More

As a vocalist there are certain techniques one has to do to prepare the vocals for a performance. This is no different when you are about to record. Warm up exercises are necessary to relax the vocals before you sing. It will make a huge difference to not running out of breath and your ability to sing on key all the time. So hear a few basic things you can do before you record. Read More

As a music producer how we spend our time is very important. It allows us to finish projects on time and get more things done. Recording is a huge part of what we do so i want to share with you a few ways to maximize recording time. Read More

Recording your vocals in a poorly treated room.

To ensure you get the best quality sound ensure that your recording is treated or get special equipment to work with if you don’t have a dedicated vocal booth like – SE reflection filter or auralex mudguard. A vocal that is recorded in an empty will have a lot of reverberation meaning a lot of reflection will be in your recording. When recording in an empty room when you sing your voice bounces all over room and reflect back into your mic and makes your recording sound awful and not dry and dead which is the result you want. Read More

So you created you drum patterns, lay down your chords and melodies now what? The next step is to actually make it into a full song. But how do you do it? and is there a special process to putting a song together? are there any special techniques that super producers use that you don’t know of? Read More