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Always wanted to record something to your PC?  Well here is a an easy home recording guide with everything you need to know.
Computer based home recording is becoming cheaper by the day so if you feel you are a talented singer or musician, and really aspire to be a professional, you might consider putting together [...]

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Turntablism is both an art and ensemble of techniques that consist of manipulating sounds and creating music by using turntables and a dj mixer.
Turntablism is intimately linked to the hip hop style DJing in the 90’s. while a dj or disc jockey is someone who simply plays records, a turntablist is someone who knows how [...]

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Recording Guitar: 
Recording guitar is one of the most challenging arts that any recording engineer would have to master — Well, that used to be…
There was a time when for you to record an acoustic guitar, you needed to get special mics called condenser mics (And at that, you needed specific types and models for best [...]

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A great way to preserve and share those old home videos is to convert them to DVD. Almost everyone has video tapes that may be aging not too gracefully, and these days the “do it yourself” process to covert VHS to DVD is both easy and affordable.
If you want to know how to convert VHS [...]

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Home Audio Recording For Everyone

I’m not really sure how old I was when I got the gift for Christmas, but I remember thinking it was a pretty impressive piece of electronic hardware. It was really cool looking (technologically speaking), and I was awfully proud to own it. It certainly made for lots of fun times.
What was this high-tech gift, [...]

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The larger reel-to-reel recorders are still employed by professional sound specialists, although the basic cassette recorder is probably the cheapest form of analogue recorder which is readily available. The quality of these reel to reel machines can seldom be duplicated by the smaller recorders and their cassette tapes.
A multitude of different media’s still utilise analogue [...]

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By Indie Joe 
The computer revolution of the last ten years has radically changed the tools available for individual content creators. I recently spent an hour talking to Vicki Silbert of Bittybox, who recorded much of her indie album “Smalltime” in her home studio. I wanted to know what can really be accomplished these days with [...]

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