Stereo Miking Techniques

  Stereo sound is something, which makes the listening experience more enjoyable and intuitive. Without it the sound is not very immersive. A lot of things when recorded in stereo sound much better then the plain old mono, hence this article is going to take you...

Microphone Types

  Choosing the right microphones for your recordings is as important as composing and arranging. Having the best players but a poor choice of microphones can result in bad sounding recordings.   This article will guide you through the different kinds of...
Guzheng

Guzheng

The Chinese word (gu) signifies old or ancient, while the term (zheng) refers to a zither which is a sort of instrument with strings strung between two bridges. “Guzheng” refers to a zither having fixed bridges at both ends and moving bridges in the...
Baglama

Baglama

The baglama or saz (a type of plucked string instrument with a long neck) is popular in Ottoman classical music. It is also popular in Turkish folk music, Turkish Arabesque music, Transcaucasian music, and parts of Syria, Iraq, and the Balkan countries. In addition,...

The Didgeridoo – Woodwind Instruments

The didgeridoo, typically of wood construction, is an end-blown wind instrument from the northern Australian Aboriginal people. This instrument is also known as a ‘drone pipe’. The term didgeridoo has an ambiguous origin. It’s widely assumed to be a...