Audio Tips and Tricks

This section will eventually hold any guides or tutorials that I write up. NOTE!: These guides will be my own personal take. Rather than a comprehensive how-to, it is my own take on how I do certain things, and what tends to work for me.

For now, here's a link to some excellent web applets. (and interactive to boot!)

www.independentrecording.net/irn/resources/freqchart/main_display.htm

www.independentrecording.net/irn/resources/metergain/index.htm

www.independentrecording.net/irn/resources/compuncomp/index.htm

www.independentrecording.net/irn/resources/phasepol/index.htm


10/19/2009

This is my first guide, and it is geared toward people starting out with audio work in the home studio. I will update and revise it as I find mistakes and come up with better explanations.

www.bytemixsound.net/info/homestudioguide


7/15/2010

This is basically a gear guide. This will be updated as mistakes and suggestions are made, or I come up with better ways of explaining concepts.

www.bytemixsound.net/info/studiogear


11/25/2012

This is a draft of my guide for mixing. I will likely make changes once I get around to it again. I'll update this as I come across mistakes or better ways to explain a concept.

www.bytemixsound.net/info/MixingGuide


11/26/2012

This is a listing of free and not-so-free VST plug-ins that I recommend. As I discover more VST that I really like, I'll update this listing. The current list is a great start for anyone getting into writing, mixing, or recording music at home or small studios.

http://www.bytemixsound.net/info/VSTGuide