Home
Friday, July 28, 2017
2:30:23 AM
Users online: 0   You are here >> Home > Audio

Forums | Audio Forums search
Forum FAQ
   
  1  
Nickeax's home recording guides for beginners.
nickeax 
19/12/06 3:49:16 PM
Banned

Below are the links to guides I've written about basic aspects of recording your own music at home. By no means are these comprehensive guides, but hopefully there'll be one or two things described that'll help you obtain better results. Firmly aimed at beginners, these guides only cover simple operational aspects of equipment and techniques.

Equipment
http://www.atomicmpc.com.au/forums.asp?s=2&c=23&t=496
This guide covers the basics of equipment and it's application in your home studio. Read about the equipment you need to complete your particular home studio application.

Tracking 101
http://www.atomicmpc.com.au/forums.asp?s=2&c=23&t=497
This is one of the most important aspects to achieving pro results. If your tracking isn't great, nothing after it will be. Have a look here to see some tips on getting it right at the source.

Mixing 101 Prt1
http://www.atomicmpc.com.au/forums.asp?s=2&c=23&t=583
The first part of this series looks at getting ready to mix and the kinds of things you should be listening for. I also discuss some common problems found in the home mixing environment.

Mixing 101 Prt 2
http://www.atomicmpc.com.au/forums.asp?s=2&c=23&t=609
Here, we delve into the critical kick drum/bass relationship. If you want more from the low end in your home studio productions, read on! :)

Mixing 101 Prt 3
http://www.atomicmpc.com.au/forums.asp?s=2&c=23&t=640
To wrap up this series of home recording guides, I've covered the two most imortant aspects of most modern music, the lead vocal and the lead instrument. Learning how to deal with this area of engineering can place your recordings above other, amateurish offerings. So read these basic guides and then seek more advanced knowledge. It's all available to you, so why not use it?

Please feel free to ask questions in this thread, as there are many talented folk waiting to explain anything i you're struggling with here on AtomicMPC.




Edited by nickeax: 19/12/2006 10:28:06 PM

-----
0

1shot1kill 
19/12/06 6:25:18 PM
Mod
SuperHero

Immortal


Sticky time!

-----
"Why, they couldn't hit an elephant at this dist..."

The average rounds expended per kill with the M16 in Vietnam was 50,000. Snipers averaged 1.3 rounds. The cost difference was $2300 v. 27 cents.

Certa Cito

LogicprObe 
19/12/06 7:02:44 PM
Banned
Good work.
It's best to have them all in one spot and easily found by anyone looking for this valuable information.

-----

funnybugger 
20/12/06 2:46:16 AM
Overlord

thanks mate. this is awsome.

-----
_________________________________________________
MSN ME: funnybugga@hotmail.com
----
GIVE ME SOME DUCT TAPE AND CABLE TIES AND ILL CONQUER THE WORLD

pekkahead 
20/12/06 7:25:53 PM
Overlord
congrats nick and fb,

Nice xmas gift.

ty 1shot

:-)

-----

Ideas are just a thought away.

PC FREAK 
3/1/07 2:37:57 AM
Guru

btw the first mixing thread has 1 of 2.

Can mods change this? Just a lil thing tho otherwise sweet :D

EDIT: had question marks when their was meant to be full stops and full stops were question marks were meant to be.


Edited by PC FREAK: 3/1/2007 2:38:53 AM

-----
New Specs Coming Soon Watch This Space!

chriseb85 
24/4/07 12:01:32 AM
Guru

Impressive guide.

-----

AnthraxPants 
25/1/08 6:48:46 PM
Overlord

Thanks nickeax. I'm just starting to set up my home studio and found some very helpful info in your guide. I'm sure I'll be looking at it again once I start deciding which mics I'll purchase. At present I'm trying to decide on new MIDI gear.

-----





  1  
Forums | Audio