Category: "Music & Technology"


Recording Yourself Part 4 – Sharing Your Recordings

Written by Gordon Harvey on

In previous posts we have discussed some benefits, learning value and methods of recording yourself, mostly from the perspective of developing your own playing. But what if you feel the urge to share your work? The playing field of recorded music…

Recording Yourself, Part Three – How To Record Yourself

Written by Gordon Harvey on

Credit: http://www.intuneaudio.ca/ In the last two articles, we talked about the benefits of recording yourself and what to listen for when reviewing your recorded efforts. In this installment, we’ll discuss some practicalities of making recordings. Even if you’re simply making…

Congratulations to our winners!!

Written by Mel Karajas on

Thank you to all those who entered our giveaway for a copy of Leila Viss’ e-book “The iPad Piano Studio” We are very excited to announce these 5 teachers as the winners : Unmani, Alex Nguyen, Patti Phears, Kylie Stacey, Ginny Webb Some of the ways…

The iPad, Apps & Music – Together, They Pack a Powerful Punch

Written by Leila Viss on

I would never force anyone to submit to the tyranny of technology. It can be complicated and intimidating, boasts a language all its own and has a tendency towards flakiness. However, if the world refused to embrace technology, we’d still…

Dynamic Processing in Music Production

Written by Chase Moore on

Today I’d like to talk about compression and dynamic processing in music production.  These are common effects and tools that are used in recordings.  Dynamic processing is where a recorded signal coming in will be different coming out.  The level…