Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds delivers some very good advice on being successful with your recordings.
Some of his thoughts releate directly to working in a recroding studio environemnt, but all of his thoughts can also be translated to those of us in home recording situations as well.
Native Instruments announces new Maschine software. Find the PDF of the press release here:
If you notice in the release, there is no support for Maschine as an RTAS plug-in.
What does that mean? Anybody who’s using any version of Pro Tools prior to Version 10 is out of luck.
Will this have an impact on you as a music creator? If you have Pro Tools 9 or less, will you upgrade your Pro Tools rig to accommodate the new Native Instruments Maschine software?
Recroding music in a tiny space has never been easier.
You know what beats out a great-sounding A/D converter? A great-sounding vocalist, musician, or song.
You know what’s beter than going into a bunch of debt buying a bunch of hardware and software for your recording? Buying the minimal amount of gear and learning how to stretch that gear ot the limits, using every single feature/knob/contol/button on the gear/software.
A small space != small creativity.
Read more: Thinking About Setting Up a Recording Studio in Your Dorm? · NYU Local http://nyulocal.com/on-campus/2013/09/13/thinking-about-setting-up-a-recording-studio-in-your-dorm/#ixzz2eoDHlJOD
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Children naturally want to make music. Anything that gets children more interested in music is a good thing.
I know there are problems with quantifying the positive impact music education has on students (not like there’s a standardized test for this kind of thing), but there’s increasing data to suggest that music education impacts the learning skills & communication abilities of school-age kids.
It’s not hard to get students interested in recording music, either. One of the biggest impediments (in my opinion) is resistance from the educators in charge. Let’s change that.
Support music education!
What do YOU think? How possible is it to “make it” in the recording studio business now days?