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Audiotuts+ is our sister site, and part of Envato\’s Tuts+ family designed to power up your skill set. It is a blog for musicians, producers and audio junkies.
The site is interesting and informative, and always worth a visit.
Want more? Join the Plus program where you can access source files and bonus tutorials.
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I am sure you are all a lot like me when it comes to your workspace. It\’s your sanctuary, your safe place, the place where you probably spend the most time per week, besides bed, and you want to be comfortable where you work. You might as well have some awesome stuff to accompany you and make that work experience a tad bit sweeter. Check out some of the rad stuff I have found across the net, and pick it up for yourself!
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Reviewers offer tips for helping authors get files approved in Part Two of the series!
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Music is a means of self-expression – like talking, miming and dancing. A home studio lets us keep a record of our expression – like writing, painting and video recording. And home studios go even further than that. They give us new ways of making and altering sounds, and present new options in the process of audio production.
I\’m currently working on my third home studio. I put together my first home studio in the 80s, consisting of a four-track recorder, several synths and drum machines, and some rack-mounted effects modules. My second studio in the 90s was different – it was centered around a MIDI sequencer on my small laptop, which I connected to multi-timbral keyboards and sound modules. Not only was the gear different, but I had to learn a whole new way of thinking.
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Audacity isn\’t a digital audio workstation. It\’s an audio editor that\’s cross-platform (including Windows, Mac and Linux), open source, and free of charge.
The program is very popular, and incredibly versatile – like the swiss army knife of the audio world. This versatility leads some people to use it as a DAW replacement. Are you a fan of Audacity? How far have you been able to take it?
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