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So far Tony Huber has created 24 blog entries.

What is quality music?

By |2015-04-07T10:04:42-05:00April 7th, 2015|Inspiration|

While driving through Arkansas recently, I pondered the question, What is quality music? As it happens, the song that spurred my thinking was "Carl Poppa," The Walking Dead spoof from Bad Lip Reading featuring Carl Grimes -- a tune I've heard repeatedly of late, thanks to its popularity with the kids. The song is rapped and the format is mostly [...]

Bill Monroe’s influence on music

By |2014-11-28T12:58:04-06:00November 28th, 2014|Inspiration|

I recently read a fascinating thread about Bill Monroe on Mandolin Cafe which delved into various perspectives regarding Bill Monroe's importance and his influence on music -- even rock music -- over the decades. [ Musical instrument forums: Another music industry list from Tresbear Music ] The opinions were, of course, wide-ranging: Perhaps the most common view is that Bill [...]

Beartracks: Friends by Tony Huber & Friends

By |2014-07-03T14:50:36-05:00July 3rd, 2014|Albums|

First peek at 2nd album Here is the breakdown of the songs from Beartracks: Friends, the second album by Tony Huber & Friends on the Tresbear Music label. Celtic tunes Galway Coast Piney River Gypsy tunes Corsican Coast Hungarian Caravan Waltzes Antigua Beach River Waltz Bluegrass fiddle tunes Random Thoughts Nathatlie's Stuff Beaux's Grin Marching with a Smile Just in [...]

Mastering: The 3rd key process in music recording

By |2014-06-24T09:00:39-05:00June 24th, 2014|Recording|

This is the third and final article on the three key ingredients in music production: Tracking, mixing, and mastering. While mixing focuses on making an individual tune the best it can be, mastering focuses on the CD as a whole and how the individual songs interact. When you listen to a poorly mastered CD, you may find yourself on a [...]

Mixing: The 2nd key process in music recording

By |2014-06-18T08:00:10-05:00June 18th, 2014|Recording|

This is the second article in a series examining three key components of the music recording process: tracking, mixing, and mastering. Once the individual instruments and voices are recorded on tracks, it's time to put them all together by creating the "mix." There are several facets to the process of mixing a song or tune. Volume The volume of each [...]

Tracking: A key process in music recording

By |2020-11-04T10:38:06-06:00June 12th, 2014|Recording|

This is the first article in a series examining three key components in the music recording process: tracking, mixing, and mastering. Tracking is the actual recording of an instrument or voice that will be used in a song or tune. Each instrument is given its own track or file on the computer. In some cases the instruments are recorded at [...]

Tresbear Music update: June 2014

By |2014-06-04T09:09:30-05:00June 4th, 2014|Recording studio|

NOTE: This was an email update that went out to all our subscribers the morning of June 4, 2014. Hello friends, This is Tresbear Music's third email blast. Since we have some new subscribers, this blast will include both new and repeat information. Beartracks: Journeys (1st album) We are continuing to sell Beartracks: Journeys from three different vendors: iTunes, CD [...]

Large vs. small recording studios

By |2014-04-10T08:00:46-05:00April 10th, 2014|Recording studio|

Considerations re: large vs. small recording studios The location of Tresbear Music's recording studio in Dickson, Tennessee puts us close to Nashville -- Music City, USA -- home to major recording studios which have produced much of the music we've been listening to since childhood. Are are these grand recording studios necessary for the production of high-quality music these days? [...]

Results of recording studio upgrade

By |2014-03-20T14:16:15-05:00March 20th, 2014|Recording studio|

It's time for another update -- this time, regarding the results of our continuing recording studio upgrade. Now that the ADK Pro Audio computer, Pro Tools 11 audio production software, Focusrite Pro 40 audio interface, and Miktek C7 studio microphone have all been installed and implemented in the Tresbear Music recording studio, what practical differences are apparent so far? One [...]

Musical instrument forums

By |2014-03-13T06:00:47-05:00March 13th, 2014|Instruments|

Another music industry list from Tresbear Music This post focuses on websites that provide information, forums, and/or interactive communities for both specific musical instruments and genres of musical instruments. The topics discussed (e.g., threads) on these musical instrument forums range from issues specific to particular instruments to general music issues, from beginner level all the way up to the highly [...]

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