My dream tier speakers are definitely Genelecs.
dream tier for me is a nice set of JBL LSR6332s
spending $3500 on speakers though is wild to me but after I first listened to them I knew I had to have them some day
When you guys have those nice studio monitors, do you use them exclusively for music production or do you also use them for everyday use?
Both, I listen to music on them all the time. I switch between them, and my headphones.
Does anyone know of a VST that works like a loop station? Preferably one that can be controlled with midi pads.
What kind of condenser mic would be good to purchase for a reasonably low price range? (50-100 pounds) I'm looking at recording vocals, acoustic guitar, flute, maybe drums, so a nice crisp sound would be good.
I've heard praise for the MXL 990, but I'm worried vocals might sound a bit nasal through it. Could this be solved by mixing on the recording?
cheers for the advice
you can fix it by EQing, but of course proper technique is preferable.
im pretty sure the shure (lol) mic is a dynamic one, not condenser.
I'm trying to learn songs by ear, it's not going that well.
Thinking about getting the Korg nanoPad2, but I've heard the pads stick easily. Is it a good idea to get this? Or are there any good, cheap pad controller alternatives? I was also considering the Akai LPD8 but I'm not sure
anyone know how to create custom drumbeats or so to say using ezdrummer + dfh?
i'm guessing using a midi keyboard is the easiest?
if your coordination is good definitely, otherwise you can do it by mouse.
I want to start learning how to play the piano, and learn some music theory and eventually learn to play a guitar too.
What is the best website to learn this? Is there any software I can use (I'll be using an MIDI keyboard) that will teach me?
SORRY I meant the music forum.
-snip- Nvm I found it out
I barely ever post here, but I thought I'd share this with you guys
Finished this song yesterday. I'm trying to have chaotic changes in songs I write. Like really unusual stuff. Going from one riff into another, but sort of keeping it simple at the same time. What do you think?
What are some must knows for recording voice? I don't care if I am singing or not.
I just bought REAPER. It won me over, Functionality wise it easily competes with the big name stuff and it works well across two monitors. The price is just the icing on the cake, I'd pay £200+ for it even.
So i take time to listen and give criticism to others but nobody even bothers to give criticism, it makes giving criticism no fun when there is no give and take.
Gonna check out an Access Virus C some guy put up for sale tomorrow. I'm excited. And not just because I'll finally get to fiddle with a Virus myself, but because the guy that's selling it is 40 years old, has tattoos on the top of his goddamn head and has been producing before I was even born .
Not saying it is necessarily bad, but it means that sometimes you just wont be noticed even when you do critisize some songs :/
I'm working on an EP and it would be fun to make one song on it a collaboration with someone (and collabs are a fun thing to do anyway). Anybody up for it? I'm using FL Studio 10.0.9.
Here are some examples of what I have so far: