Today we’re looking at how the quality of your monitoring while you are recording can have a profound impact on the sound of your recording. Specifically, let’s talk about audio interface latency
I’m going to be honest here. My last article about sound design was not exactly what I would call a well received post. Especially the last tip sparked some controversy among readers.
The way your music sounds is the most important variable in whether or not your music will get noticed. This means you need to spend some serious time on sound design. I think it’s pretty clear by now that I’m trying to get you to focus on sound. After all, that’s what the promise of having a sound coach entails. What’s more, if you can create an original sound in your music, you are definitely more likely to get heard. People are always on the lookout for new, fresh, inspiring music. And you should be providing that to them. So...
This post is inspired by @thereelvalentin, who asked me this: “Does good mastering really come down to if you have a great ear?”.
It’s songwriting month over at therecordingrevolution.com. If you are following Graham’s challenge, it means that you should now have a set deadline for releasing something in a couple of months. Which ultimately means that you should now be writing songs like your life depended on it.
Ever wondered why your drums just don’t seem to be up to par with what others have done before you? I’ve been there, my friend, and I know how frustrating it can be.