Understanding How Camel Phat 3 Works

April 29, 2011

A device designed to be effectively simple to use in enhancing sound effects in your music is now available on Camel Phat 3. An audio tool producers find very appealing when it comes on softening raw instruments sound. The design of the interface of Camel Phat 3 is focused on simplicity and functionality. Pack with […]

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Experiencing the Arturia Analog Player

April 28, 2011

Well-known synthesizers that have gone down in history as pioneering examples of progress and sonic possibility are too costly and perhaps beyond the reach of those on tight budgets. Thus Analog Experience The Player, Analogue Factory software by Arturia that has softened the blow by painstakingly recreating a collection of these instruments, with wonderful sound […]

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7 Reverb tricks that can really make your recording stand out

March 24, 2011

One of the most common used effects in recording today is reverb. Reverb is a popular way to make a flat sound, sound like it is in a different kind of room. Using the reverb effect you will be able to make a person in a small dense room, sound like they are in a […]

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Beef up your guitar in Ableton

February 16, 2011
Beef up your guitar in Ableton

Just wanted to do a quick post on a video I just watched on how to beef up your guitar on Ableton. The video was made by the Berklee school of music, and very informative. This video will teach you how to fill up the empty space in your hit tracks with a nice full […]

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Sun Studios – The birthplace of Rock and Roll

January 29, 2011
Sun Studios

Sun Studios is a recording studio that was started in Memphis, TN, orginially called the Memphis Recording Service. It shared the building with a small record label called Sun Records. This legendary studio is home to some of the old great rock and roll legends like Elvis, Johnny Cash, and Jerry Lee Lewis. You will […]

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