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  • How to Collaborate When Recording Music Online

    Ohm Studio

    One of the highlights of being in a band is the moment you can put your own CD into your computer’s CD player for the first time. But every track on that CD is the result of hours in the recording studio, playing the same track over and over again, and sitting around waiting for [...]

  • How to Get your Music onto iTunes and Spotify

    iTunes and Spotify

    Everyone is aware of the struggles of the music industry. Piracy, falling CD sales… In some houses, you don’t find a music collection on the shelves any more – it might be ten times as large as music collections used to be, but it’s all hidden on a tiny tablet or laptop hard drive. And [...]

  • How To Get Music Bloggers To Listen

    Get your music heard by bloggers

    Over the past decade music blogs have grown up from being a place where only a handful of geeky music nerds talked about their favourites records into a wealth of different blogs catering to every conceivable sub-genre you can think of. Music blogging has been a revolution in the music industry as whereas once bands [...]

  • How To Use A Compressor

    Most effects processors are fairly simple to use; plug in an equaliser (for example), twiddle the controls, and listen to the output, and you pretty much know what you’re doing, and all you need is some experience behind you. Compressors don’t fall into this category. Plug them in and listen. What’s it doing? Unless someone has told you, then you probably won’t know. Play with the controls. What do they do? Don’t know either. What do the indicators mean? Difficult to tell. It’s all a bit frustrating really…

  • Recording Studio Theory

    A quick, basic rough and ready guide to recording studio theory by a professional sound studio engineer