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An Introduction to Equalization - A free download from Audio Masterclass

Equipping Your Home Recording Studio - A free download from Audio Masterclass

An Introduction to Compression: Basic Compression - A free download from Audio Masterclass

Why mono is better than stereo for recording vocals and dialogue

How to get started quickly in home recording

The 10 rules of pan

Make your recordings richer with double tracking

Who should be responsible for the fade at the end of a song - the producer, mix engineer or mastering engineer?

The importance of managing configurations and preferences in professional work

Make an attention-getting lo-fi introduction for a track

What is this strange-looking piece of equipment?

What basic equipment do you need to make professional recordings?

Q: "Why is the signal from my microphone low in level and noisy?"

Which came first - Pirates of the Caribbean, or Gladiator?

An eagle-eared RP reader spots similarities in music for the movies.


This isn't really a question, but an FYI. I have a musical ear and loved the James Bond article. It got me thinking about how often there is a stepwise progression regarding music and the final product.

Experience has taught me NEVER to throw away a musical idea. It can later morph into something phenomenal with the right inspiration.

Case in point: Go to 5:37 - a little past the middle. Sounds familiar?

Now this at 2:21...

And last, the classic up tempo modded version..

Cheers, Roland

By Roland Friday June 7, 2013
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