For us, we can’t possibly go wrong when choosing a DAW because, fundamentally, it is all the same. However, your top priority is to satisfy your personal interest. The important part here is, how do you know what program can meet your needs? Here are some things to look in when you need a DAW. Feel free to check out
- Your budget.Like it or not, this is the first thing to take into consideration. Like buying a car, you are going to invest in it for 4 or 5 years and more. You are allow to try the trial version before drop you money, so take it and see if like the features of the program. Try as much as you want, even when you have to save money to purchase it. I’m sure your DAW is worth the wait.
Here comes some criterions that should be taken into account when purchasing one, you can also look for the one suit you best by searching for Soldier Studio – Best studio monitors.
In your studio or home studio, the choice of studio monitors is essential. Whether you have the latest software or a sound card on top (which also have a major interest), all experts agree on the fact that the choice of good studio monitors is decisive in the composition of your studio. In addition, if you choose well, these are the elements that remain the longest among your entire studio component.
The difference between studio monitors (also known as monitors) and stereo studio monitors is that the monitors are intended to be neutral, i.e. without the stain, reproducing the best recorded sound, unlike the stereo studio monitors that beautify / modify the sound.
Studio monitors will allow you to:
– Distinguish the most of every instrument in the mix
– Hear and correct any faults volume or frequency equalization
– avoid unpleasant surprises when you will discover your music on a new medium
The studio monitor consists of one or more studio monitors and plug into a sound card with an output jack, RCA (red and white stereo jacks) or XLR (as for micro plugs).
I find it kind of confusing to see four versions of the Beyer Dynamic DT770, the best studio headphones stated by some magazines. The ordinary DT770 is for normal consumer like you and me. Pro versions, which we are going to discuss about, comprise 3 options, 80 ohm, 250 ohm and 600 ohm. We will mainly talk about the 600 ohm, version that has the highest price.
Whether you are a teacher or a student, it is both heartening and a challenge to find a blind person willing to learn the piano. While it is impossible to understand the difficulties and anguish of coping with blindness, there are a number of means by which the blind piano player can be aided in his/her journey to become a maestro. While the perspectives of the student and the teacher would obviously differ, we have provided below some simple ways to help a blind piano player learn that can be applied in virtually all environments and by people in all roles/positions.
Note : For purposes of clarity, “blind” here refers to complete visual impairment. Tools for teaching students with partial visual impairment are different and these should not be foisted onto a person with total visual impairment for reasons of convenience.
There is one question that always bothers musicians with home gear: Should I take this to the studio or just stay home and do it myself? Yeah, anyone wants to have their whole album made at the studio, right? But not everyone can afford that. So what now?
The Project Triangle.
Has anyone told you about the Project Triangle? Engineers often use this tool to illustrate the goals of the project. On top you will be placing the word “good”, then at the left point you put the word “fast” and the right you put the word “cheap”. It’s obvious that there are three, but you can only choose two of it. Either cheap and fast, or fast and good, or good and cheap. No matter what you’re gonna do, you’re going to have to sacrifice one item (which I hope is not “good” because… you need it, dude). The point is, I’m telling you, you can have all of it: a studio quality recording AND doing most of the work at home. Well, IF you know what’s best to do where.