Get the most out of your your digital audio workstation's routing capabilities.
How to change your strings and enjoy every minute of it.
Last week HN's audiophile columnist Ryan Thomas detailed why writing/recording solo is hard work. What other disadvantages await a lone musician?
What are the advantages of writing and recording music by one's self? Or, How to Stroke your Ego Most Effectively!
Mistakes, editing and multiple takes: Does studio-magic always make a better recording?
Is there merit to playing a part differently in the studio versus the stage? Also, what happens when you record 16- bit files at very low gain levels?
HN's newest columnist asks: Does recording music train our ears, or does it ruin a lifetime of elitist conditioning? Also, how to make sure you don't have an ugly sonic baby.