Sound Board
Benefit From Referrals
Music Recording
Remember This!
Acoustic Guitar
Lesson 1: Recording Acoustic Guitar
Wooden Drum Set
Lesson 2: Drums microphone placement
Bass Guitar Strings
Lesson 3: Bass and Guitar
Music Recording
Lesson 4: Proper Recording Levels
  • The industry standard for recording and exporting songs at high resolution audio is 44.1 kHz/24-bit 

  • When recording, aim for an average of -18dB. 

  • Your loudest parts should be peaking around -10dB and lowest around -24dbB. 

  • This ensures you retain dynamic range without clipping or distorting the signal. 

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Music Equipment
Lesson 5: Mixing Live Instruments

Mixing live instruments

  • Same process

  • Different tweaks

  • Drum phase

  • Sample blending

  • EQ, compression

  • Parallel compression

  • Amp simulators

Music Sheet
Your Next Task
  • Your task is to complete a full track that includes a live instrument (preferably one you recorded yourself).

  • It could be drums, bass, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, piano, harmonica, or anything else you have access to.

  • If you don’t play any instruments see if you have a friend who does and record them.

  • We want you to have the experience of recording live instruments and incorporating them into your productions.

  • Congratulations on finishing week 5! 

  • Remember that real growth comes through challenge, so keep pushing through.

  • Onto week 6 where you will learn mastering.

  • Transformation is near!