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Scream and Whisper at These Ribbon Microphones

Scream and Whisper at These Ribbon Microphones

Many singers/musicians and recording studios can settle with a bunch of dynamic microphones for their affordability and some condensers for their ability to capture certain details. On the other hand, ribbon microphones was the standard mics used in broadcasting and recording studios in the 1920s to 1950s due to their high quality sound. Appearance wise, […]

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Capture the Smoothness of Your Voice – Few Good Condensers for Your Recording Studio Microphones

Capture the Smoothness of Your Voice – Few Good Condensers for Your Recording Studio Microphones

Unlike dynamic microphones, condensers generally require phantom power (power supply) or batteries to operate and they tend to cost a lot more, but nowadays, there are few affordable ones with non-compromising sound quality. Traditionally, they have been used by recording studios to record singing vocals due to their ability to capture certain details, but many […]

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Setting Up a Home Recording Studio Without Breaking the Bank – Part 2

Setting Up a Home Recording Studio Without Breaking the Bank – Part 2

In the previous post, you get part of the checklist for setting up a home recording studio. The previous list includes things that you might already own like a computer and a microphone. It would be ideal or efficient if you have a separate computer that can process graphics when you run your digital recording […]

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Setting Up a Home Recording Studio Without Breaking the Bank (Part 1)

Setting Up a Home Recording Studio Without Breaking the Bank (Part 1)

Before you sing in front of an audience or judges on a talent show, one of the things you should examine is how you sound like on a record. A simple recording button on your mp3 player, iPod or a voice recorder is good enough in capturing any singing issues, but it won’t prevent any unwanted […]

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Turning Words Into Artful Noise – How to Become a Songwriter in The Music Industry

Turning Words Into Artful Noise – How to Become a Songwriter in The Music Industry

We are well aware that many popular singers can play musical instruments and write their own songs. Some of them also collaborate with and write songs for other singers. You can call them savvy musicians as they continue to develop their talents from writing catchy phrases into recording artful beats. It seems natural and so easy […]

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Few Good Closed Back Headphones that Can Glue On Your Ears

Few Good Closed Back Headphones that Can Glue On Your Ears

During recording sessions, it seems mandatory for singers to put on a pair of headphones. Closed back headphones are usually worn because of their ability to isolate noise from singers’ surroundings. By wearing this type of headphones, which has sealed back earcups, singers and recording professionals can prevent an unwanted sound like the opening door […]

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Scream!!! @ These Dynamic Microphones for Recording Purposes

Scream!!! @ These Dynamic Microphones for Recording Purposes

It can easily become your first microphone since one tends to cost less expensive than other types and it does not require extra power supply or batteries to operate. Its affordability and its ease of use have led dynamic microphones to be used not only for singing and miking instruments, they have also been used […]

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Which Microphones for Recording are Suited for Your Singing Voice?

Which Microphones for Recording are Suited for Your Singing Voice?

A microphone may not appear to be a necessity for your routine vocal practice, but it is a useful accessory for other singing activity like recording a song, training your ears, and rehearsing for a stage performance. It is an important necessity if you want to set up a home recording studio. Having some knowledge […]

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