What is the difference between a mic windscreen and a pop filter?
What is an Audio-Technica case style?
For centuries, bowed string instruments have played an important role in music from all around the world. These instruments are known for their complex and expressive sound, which can be challenging to capture in the recording studio. As part of our basic recording techniques video series, here are some tips to take the mystery out of recording bowed string instruments.
What Is Tone Lock™ Squelch?
What is the squelch feature used for on my wireless system?
There are a multitude of stereo miking techniques that can be used when recording small musical ensembles. Capturing an authentic sound is paramount. As part of our basic recording techniques video series, we are going to demonstrate three of the most common approaches to properly capture the small ensemble.
What does the PHONO/LINE switch mean on Audio-Technica Turntables?
The mandolin is small but mighty and its powerful sound has made it a mainstay in popular music for generations. This member of the lute family plays an important role in the traditional music of Scotland and England, and has also shown up in many popular recordings of today.
As part of our basic recording techniques video series, here are some tips to capture the distinctive sound of the mandolin.
How do I install the battery in the ATR3350iS lavalier microphone?
From the orchestra to intimate jazz clubs, the saxophone family of woodwind instruments can be found in a variety of musical setting. Saxes come in many sizes, each producing a distinct sound. Naturally, these will each require unique techniques for recording. As part of our basic recording techniques video series, we’ve laid out everything you need to know to record the most common saxophones.