What is production? Part 1: A&R
Make an attention-getting lo-fi introduction for a track
When using a drum virtual instrument, should you record each drum to its own individual track?
What exactly does the phrase 'leave headroom for mastering' mean?
One simple step you must take to make sure your masters sound really great
What is production? Part 4: Mixing
Why choosing a key for your song is one of the most important aspects of preparation for production and recording
Recordings of speech by newly-starting Audio Masterclass students
The importance of monitoring in the recording studio
How to double track easily and efficiently
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