Hey everyone! Welcome back to Sounds From The Apartment!
I hope you enjoyed our last article about the DSP features and SILK emulation the AXR4 has to offer!
I do think this is a good article to run with the “What Is An Audio Interface” series because it will give you a good idea of what a top range audio interface has to offer!
However, this week we will roll with another video from the “How To Become A Better Sound Engineer” series, and as you probably know by now, these tips might sound insignificant, but if you apply them on your day to day activities they will add up and make such a difference!
Continuing to honour that statement, here’s another little tip this week that might sound silly but will have such a positive impact on your workflow!
The series “Become a Better Sound Engineer” talk about handy little tips that, although sound like common sense, they will help you in the job more than you can imagine!
Our 6th video in the series talks about Knowing Your Equipment! You can so many great things if you know how your equipment works because your mind subconsciously calculates all the possibilities you can have in your studio or in the live environment you might be in! More in the video below!
A lot of these tips will definitely sound like common sense and super simple to a lot of people. But they are things we tend to neglect and can cause a negative impact on ourselves when it comes to the impression we make on other people
As you can tell, knowledge is everything and the same goes for our equipment! Have a look below on the list of all our previous tips!
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Last but not least, here are some FREE tips for you to manage your home studio in a better way!
See you next week everyone! Peace, love and music!