Get a Realistic Acoustic Guitar Sound (Part 1)

Get a Realistic Acoustic Guitar Sound (Part 1)

Surely you will agree that the acoustic guitar is one of the most used instruments out there. Countless everlasting hits in modern music were written for acoustic guitar, ranging from classical music and rock and roll, all the way up to modern hybrids of electronic...
Stereo Widening with PHA-979 by Voxengo

Stereo Widening with PHA-979 by Voxengo

You can apply many techniques to achieve a stereo widening effect. This process is highly useful in making your instruments or vocals sound more prominent and spacious. The good news is that today, there are many different analog and digital effects that can help you...
Color Your Instruments with Lo-Fi Sound

Color Your Instruments with Lo-Fi Sound

  People tend to be nostalgic about the old days when the music was recorded and played over tape mediums like cassettes and reel-to-reel tape machines. There are some genuinely unique characteristics brought by this kind of devices and mediums. The sound of...

M-S Recording Technique

The “Mid/Side”, or M-S recording technique, was first designed by EMI engineer Alan Blumlein. He invented the method in 1933 and used it for some of the first stereophonic recordings. The M-S microphone recording technique is commonly used in broadcasts,...