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Get tips for recording vocals like a pro—regardless of the DAW you use. Go into the studio with audio engineer Scott Hirsch and learn mic'ing, recording, and creative production techniques for capturing great lead and background vocals.
Almost every vocal track can benefit from some post-production. Learn how to edit, auto-tune, and mix vocals with Logic Pro.
Almost every vocal track can benefit from some post-production. Learn how to edit, auto-tune, and mix vocals with Pro Tools.
Almost every vocal track can benefit from some post-production. Learn how to edit, auto-tune, and mix vocals with Studio One.
Get up and running with REAPER, the up-and-coming DAW for Windows and OS X. Learn how to record audio and MIDI, edit tracks, and mix and master your project.
Get inspired by master recording engineer Sylvia Massy. Sylvia shares the secrets behind some of her most infamous recording experiments, from piano demolitions to potato filters, and her new favorite tools.
Interested in a career in music? Learn everything you need to know about working with digital audio, including the digital signal path, compression, DAWs, MIDI, and mixing.
Learn how to record, edit, mix, and master audio and MIDI in Pro Tools 12.
Get prepared to work on real-world projects with FL Studio. Learn how to create, mix, and arrange songs with this powerful digital audio workstation.
GRAMMY-winning producer Ryan Hewitt explains his techniques for mixing radio-ready drum sounds with any DAW or console.
Learn the basics of recording, editing, mixing, and exporting great-sounding mixes with Pro Tools 12.
Watch the pros at work in a real drum recording session at a top LA studio, EastWest. GRAMMY-winning engineer Ryan Hewitt records with A-list drummer Josh Freese.
GRAMMY-winning recording engineer Ryan Hewitt explains his techniques for capturing drum sounds. "Drum Doctor" Ross Garfield consults with Ryan on a real-world studio setup for a session with A-list drummer Josh Freese.
Bobby Owsinski interviews legendary recording engineer Al Schmitt, the man behind GRAMMY-winning records by Ray Charles, Steely Dan, Paul McCartney, and more.
Larry Crane, critically acclaimed record producer and founder of Tape Op magazine, describes his self-taught, largely trial-and-error path to success in the music industry.
Learn principles of room acoustics and hands-on techniques for getting the best sound from your music studio for the least cost and effort.
Learn how to record, edit, mix, and master audio and MIDI in Pro Tools.
Walk through the most anticipated new features included in Pro Tools 11, the industry-leading DAW.
Learn your way around REAPER, an inexpensive but powerful DAW for recording live performances and MIDI tracks.
Get started making music with the popular one-stop shop for music production, FL Studio.
Discover the industry secrets to recording crisp, rich vocals and instruments tracks, as renowned audio engineer Bobby Owsinski walks through the process of miking and tracking a complete song by Underground Sun recording artist Iyeoka and A-list session musicians in a top-of-the-line studio in a way that is applicable to any recording space and musical genre.
Learn how to create your own music tracks from pre-recorded samples in a matter of minutes.
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