Producing & Mixing as an Artist: How to Get Started (Part 2)

[Editor’s Note: This article was written by Sirma Munyar, and is the second in a three-part series. Be sure to check out part one and stay tuned for part three!] In the first part of the series, I offered some pointers about how you can get started with your demo-making process in the comfort of […]

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Producing & Mixing as an Artist: Getting Started (Part 1)

Sirma Munyar drops installment one of a three part series aimed at getting comfortable in the mixer/producer chair!

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A Revolutionary Approach to Home Studio Collaboration In The Lockdown Era – And Beyond

Home studio mastermind Gary Gray returns with an excellent piece going over his discovery of a remote workflow system for production collaboration!

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3 Hacks to Improve Your Home Recordings

In this article, Rob Mayzes shows you three mic hacks that’ll improve your recordings and make your home studio sound better than ever!

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Should You Invest in ‘Smoke & Mirror’ Gear For Your Home Studio?

[Editor’s Note: This article was written by Gary Gray.] There is a category of gear for the home studio owner that I refer to as “Smoke & Mirror Gear.” What I mean by “Smoke & Mirror Gear” is gear that can be expensive for the home studio owner and impressive to the average potential client. […]

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What Are VST Plugins and How Can They Boost Your Creativity?

VST plugins are a common feature in the music world and have become part and parcel of producing music. In this article we learn more about VST plugins and explore the different ways that they can help boost your creativity while making music.

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Closing Corporate Clients: A Home Studio Owner’s Guide [Part 2]

In Part 2, producer/arranger/engineer Gary Gray educates home studio owners on the importance of understanding different buyer types and how to close.

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Closing Corporate Clients: A Home Studio Owner’s Guide [Part 1]

In Part 1 of another two part piece on home engineering & production, Gary Gray gets back to basics on what’s truly possible from the comforts of a home studio.

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A Modern Definition of Mastering for the Home Studio Producer [Part 1]

In Part One of a two-part series, studio guru Gary Gray breaks down the high level view of mastering for today’s aspiring home studio engineer.

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How To Set Up Your Studio Monitor Speakers

[Editors Note: This article was written by Gary Gray of New Artist Model’s ‘Lucrative Home Studio’ program.] Whether you’re a songwriter recording your own songs or a professional producer and engineer with a home studio, how you set up your gear is vitally important. With the right setup, even less expensive speakers and headphones can […]

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