Since its debut in late 2013, the Audio-Technica Blog has been your destination for everything audio. From recording tutorials to guest blogs from industry titans, we strive to bring you the best content we can muster up.
Buying a holiday gift for the musician or audiophile in your life can be a daunting task. Luckily Audio-Technica was here to break down the best gifts for videographers, vocalists, stage musicians and more. From high-quality headphones to microphones, this list has it all! Casual music fans weren’t forgotten either. Our list included gear under $100, ensuring music lovers would receive top-notch quality without breaking the bank.
Recording drums can be tricky and there’s no exact science. With so many variables between the studio, microphones and drum kit itself, it takes skill to get it right. In this blog we compiled three overhead mic techniques that could be applied in many recording situations, regardless of musical style.
Veteran sound acquisition specialist Fred Ginsburg is known for his work in television and film. He joined us to share his knowledge of using lavalier mics for TV, film and theater. His advice included mounting techniques such as how to hide the mic for use on film.
Using a single studio mic to capture a group recording can produce a more organic sound than if you captured each vocalist individually. With this in mind we shared three tips to help you record a group of any size with one microphone.
Anyone who has worked with professional audio equipment knows that proper setup is crucial to getting the most out of your gear. The AT-LP120-USB Turntable is no exception. In the first of two instructional blogs we demonstrated proper headshell and counterweight installation, and tone arm balance for your new turntable.
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