Navigating the World of Music Licensing + Music Distribution: Tips for Independent Bands

Photo by James Stamler on Unsplash The rise of digital technology has supplied the demand for music distribution on a grand scale, and independent bands have many opportunities with it…

DJ Essentials: Everything You Need To Build Your Beginner Setup

If you’ve been considering investing in a beginner’s DJ setup, we think you’ve come to the right place! Whether you aspire to spin tracks at parties or clubs, or even…

Home Studio Setup 101: How To Start Recording (Without Breaking The Bank)

Whether you’re a musician, podcaster, or simply an audio enthusiast, creating your own recording space can provide endless opportunities for creativity and self-expression. In this blog post, we will guide you through the process of setting up a home recording studio without breaking the bank.

How To Choose A Good Mic For Recording Vocals That Suits Your Style

If you’re a singer who’s just getting into recording and are looking for a good mic for recording vocals, you might be overwhelmed by the sheer number of options available. Choosing the right microphone can make all the difference in the quality of your recordings. In this blog post, we’ll help you navigate through the factors to consider when selecting the best mic for your needs.

Choosing The Best DAW Software For You (3 Tips To Consider)

There is a range of great DAW options out there that cater to different styles, requirements, and budgets. But how do you go about deciding on the best DAW software for your music? We take a look at a few considerations & tips you should keep in mind when choosing a DAW.

5 Tips For Recording Vocals In Your Home Studio

For many artists, a song’s lyrics and vocal performance are the most critical element of an overall composition. Here we break down 5 essential tips for recording vocals in your home studi

How To Mix Music For Clients & Manage Your Workflow

These days, it is the norm for recording engineers working with independent artists to include tracking and mixing in a session. Clients usually expect to take home something from their recordings at the end of a session. This puts pressure on the engineer not just to know how to mix music, but how to and prioritize their workflow quickly and efficiently. Overall, the ability to manage client expectations and create an environment where you can mix songs quickly is one of the primary skills the average recording engineer can have. 

Top 10 Recording Tips

If you’re going to be recording your music, here are 10 tips you should always be aware of to capture the best performance possible every time.

How to Shop For Affordable Music Gear on Bidorbuy Online

Shopping for affordable musical related products is now easier than before through bidorbuy online. Its 2021 and gone are the days where you have to run around looking for music…

5 Online Music Stores you should visit in SA

Compliments of the New Year and I’m sure most of you are excited about creating new music in 2021. Sure 2020 was a terrible year and the music industry was…