Balanced and Unbalanced Connections
Understanding balanced and unbalanced connections is crucial to minimizing noise in your studio or sound system.
Basic Mic Placement Tips
These simple mic-placement tips can help you get started.
Computer Recording Basics
With a few key tools and a willingness to learn, you can build and use a recording studio.
Digital Audio Basics: Sample Rate and Bit Depth
A simple explanation of sample rate and bit depth, as applied to linear pulse-code modulation (PCM).
Digital Audio Connections and Synchronization
Learn how to make the right (digital) connections with this brief tutorial.
Digital Audio Latency Explained
Find out what causes digital audio latency and the ways it can be mitigated.
Dynamics Processing Terms and Tips
Learn basic dynamics-processing terminology—plus some suggested settings to get you started.
Equalizer Terms and Tips
Discover the various types of EQ and how you can use each type to improve your audio.
How Do I Calibrate My Studio Monitors?
Make mixing easier by making sure your studio monitors levels match!
How Do I Choose a Studio Monitor?
Selecting the right studio monitor is a big decision, get the information you need to make it.
How to Configure Your PA System
Recognize problem rooms, configure delayed satellite systems, and properly configure your PA to the room with these tips.
How to Legally Sell Recordings of a Cover Song
Here's how to legally sell recordings of cover tunes that are not in the public domain in the USA.
How To Mitigate Problematic Room Acoustics
Solving problematic room acoustics just takes a little innovation and a little know-how
How to Mix and Record Church Services—and More
Important frequently asked questions and answers to help your worship team accomplish its goals.
What your level meters tell you—and what they don’t.
How to create high-quality, well produced, interesting podcasts.
Studio Monitor Placement
Your mix environment can make the difference between a good mix and a great one.
The Basics of Selecting the Right Loudspeaker
Loudspeaker terms, tips, and types
Troubleshooting With a Cool Head
With a cool head and a logical approach, you can identify and solve most common system failures.