Wire energy: Audio cables for recording music

By |2020-10-23T19:11:16-05:00October 20th, 2020|Equipment|

Wire energy: Audio cable basics for recording music with quality sound I was thinking recently about how many times I was at a recording studio or on a stage where live music was being performed and there was some sort of a problem. (Well... of course, there are always issues of some sort - I'm not talking about  someone being [...]

Audio frequency in music & sound engineering

By |2020-08-16T13:37:22-05:00July 21st, 2014|Sound engineering|

By Ray Dryden, Audio Engineer I would like to explore how notes on a musical scale relate to frequencies in the human hearing range. Although the science of audio frequency in music and sound engineering can get highly technical, we're writing this article with the layperson in mind. Having had some experience as a sound engineer, I am constantly thinking [...]

Buying studio monitors for our recording studio

By |2020-08-12T14:47:32-05:00February 21st, 2014|Studio monitors|

Yesterday, Ray (our audio engineer) and I went shopping for studio monitors. First, we went to a professional recording studio and listened to $5,000-per-speaker Genelec professional studio monitors. He wanted provide a level that we're aspiring to reach. Next we went to Guitar Center in Nashville. We took three CDs with us to help narrow the field: one balanced, one [...]

Upgrading the studio monitors

By |2020-08-12T14:49:24-05:00February 19th, 2014|Studio monitors|

The studio monitor is the next item we're addressing in the continuing process of upgrading the Tresbear Music recording studio. For those new to the recording studio, the purpose of the studio monitors is to provide the most accurate representation of audio that has been mixed. When buying home speakers, you want speakers that make your music sound the best. [...]

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