Understanding the different terminology used in the recording industry is a foundational aspect to building a career as a recording, mixing, or mastering engineer, producer, or studio musician.
With the proliferation of home recording gear, nearly everyone who wants to can access creative music-making tools.
The big day has finally arrived: you and your band mates are all set to start tracking your new album.
Excitement and nervous anticipation fill the studio control room as you start setting up gear, the engineer begins placing mics, and you start to get some sounds working through the mixing board.
Mixing and mastering may seem like two sides of the same coin to most independent musicians.
Some musicians might write-off the mixing process under the assumption that flaws can be fixed in the mastering process.
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After spending long hours composing and rehearsing with the band, there comes a time when you want to put a distinctive sound to your music and get it out for people to hear.
As a result, you'll need to book a session in a professional recording studio
It's hard work creating a music album. After you've sweat for weeks, months, or years even in the recording studio unleashing your creative juices, you realize there's much more to do. But, you're pumped because your fans deserve the best of you.