Demonstrating the Waves J37 analog tape emulation plug-in and comparison with a real tape recorder
Why your new monitors should make your mix sound bad
How to find the best tempo (BPM) for your recording
Visualizing stereo information using Lissajous figures
How much should you charge for your audio services?
Who should be responsible for the fade at the end of a song - the producer, mix engineer or mastering engineer?
Clipping and compressing a drum recording to achieve an exciting sound texture
A brief introduction to acoustic treatment
The new Apple HomePod smart speaker - what difference will it make to your mixing and mastering?
Setting the recording level control in GarageBand
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March 28, 2004
Amsco Publishing recently collaborated with Rock House to produce a Guitar instructional program designed for girls and young women. The program, "Guitar for Girls with Alex Bach," begins at the roots of guitar with an easy-to-follow look at basic chords, scales and finger picking techniques. Featuring acoustic and electric guitar, the program also gets into the key components of melody creation for song writing, strumming patterns and how to put it all togther to create your own style. "Guitar for Girls with Alex Bach," is available at your local music retailer or at www.musicsoeasy.com. To learn more about Alex Bach, visit www.alexbach.com.With the free membership to www.rockhousemethod.com students can:
For more information, visit their web site at www.rockhousemethod.com.