This is a wonderfully concise walk through on how to go about recording music on your computer. From knowing the computer to shaping your sound.
Home Recording Guitar
Just about anyone can record and produce professional sounding audio on a home computer. The equipment and software needed may not be as expensive or difficult to come by as you think.
Recording your guitar parts in a studio can be both frustrating and costly. Tom Hess details how to be better prepared to play your best while recording.
Rob Gravelle, former guitarist of Canada’s Ivory Knight, shares his secrets of making sure your guitar sounds its best when working in the studio.
Chris returns to the pages of Guitar Noise with some great advice on recording your own CD and the various ways one can go about it. Whether you’re planning on recording at home or going to a studio with your band, you’ll find some great advice and information here.
Here are ten thoughtful steps to making your home demos sound more professional. Besides being a Guitar Noise reader, Keane Li is also the songwriter/guitarist for the band Festizio. He is also the winner of the 2003 Online Rock Festival’s Original Song award.
The cost of making an album is becoming more affordable. But just because you can make an album doesn’t mean you always should.
Recording at home can get pretty complicated. This lesson breaks down the process into a series of steps and concepts that are relatively easy to understand.
Recording songs that you have written doesn’t have to be an expensive proposition. Here are some tips for recording at home that will help you save a bundle.