Daily Archives: April 5, 2012

Audix F50 Fusion Series Vocal Mic

Features:Vocal microphone designed to sound clear and full bodied on small to mid-sized PA systems.The F50 is a dynamic vocal microphone designed for a wide variety of live and studio applications. The F50 is known for its warm, natural sound reproduction, resistance to feedback and ability to handle high sound pressure levels without distortion.The F50 is characterized with a tight and uniformly controlled cardioid polar pattern which helps to isolate the vocals from the rest of the instruments on stage.With a wide frequency range of 50 Hz 16 kHz, the F50 is also available with a noiseless, magnetic on-off switch (F50-S).The F50 is designed to sound clear and full bodied on small to mid-size PA systems. The F50 is well balanced, comfortable to hold, durable, and manufactured with very high standards and tight tolerances.Roadworthy construction includes a precision cast zinc alloy, black e-coat finish, steel mesh grill, gold plated XLR connector and heavy duty ABS clip.Applications: Multi-purpose vocals, Drums, Guitar cabinets, Acoustic instruments, Home studio recording..

American Choral Premieres By French,paul (cd)

*Artist: FRENCH,PAUL *Genre: Vocals *Release Date: 26-MAY-2009

Re:generations By Cole,nat King (cd)

*Artist: COLE,NAT KING *Genre: Vocals *Release Date: 10-MAR-2009

Firewire Solo – Firewire Mobile Audio Interface For Songwriters/guitarists

The FireWire Solo is designed from the ground up as an easy-to-use, high-quality interface for songwriters to record guitars, vocals and more on the computer. Compatible with most popular music software, this compact bus-powered unit is small enough to go anywhere you want to take your music. In addition to the 1/4 guitar input right on the front panel, a professional XLR microphone input also lets you record vocals and acoustic instruments. There are also dual line inputs for effects, drum machines, and other outboard gear. FireWire connectivity, up to 24-bit/96kHz sample rate support, and digital I/O all add up to outstanding sonic performance. As simple to connect and operate as it is powerful, FireWire Solo is the foundation of your computer-based songwriting studio.Features: 6 x 4 24-bit/96kHz audio interface Front-panel microphone in (XLR) with phantom power, gain control, clip LED 2 line inputs (1/4 unbalanced) on rear panel Front-panel switch toggles front/rear in

Pro Tools 7 Session Secrets

Studio secrets, techniques, and tips For Pro Tools M-powered, LE, HD, and TDM Power Users! This practical guide from two certified Pro Tools experts begins where most other Pro Tools books leave off–it’s like having a high-level, hands-on studio session with your very own seasoned audio pros! Jump in anywhere and discover the professional techniques and tricks you need to get recordings right the first time, every time. Want to capture a perfect acoustic guitar? Record a band? Spice up your tracks with expertly sequenced MIDI? Record Foley and edit dialog for a movie? Make your final mix go from good to radio-ready? It’s all here in compact recipes to help you record, edit, compose, and mix with ease. Just flip to the topic you need and keep the session moving. Whether you’re a sound designer, podcaster, musician, or hobbyist, you can access the secrets of professional audio success. Discover loads of studio tricks, including how to: * Set up an efficient headphone mix for a band * EQ and compress sounds to get pro results * Record smart using quickpunch, loop, and alternate playlists * Enhance male and female voices and remove hums * Give your tracks cool, vintage effects * Master all of Pro Tools 7’s new MIDI and instrument track features * Mix, master, bounce, burn, and podcast your session * Seamlessly transfer film and video projects and set them up for 5.1 surround mixes * Master plug-ins to fix a drum sound, create the AM radio effect, auto-tune vocals, and more Learn how to get the most out of Pro Tools 7, such as routing MIDI with the new instrument track features.

The Everything Guide to Digital Home Recording

Leona Lewis, Lily Allen, and Colbie Caillat all became famous after their self-produced music was posted on the Internet. And now anyone who’s ever practiced in front of the mirror for hours wants to try it too. This guide shows aspiring musicians how to turn their computers into a music studio.Professional musician Marc Schonbrun leads you step-by-step through the basics of home recording, including: Tips on how to make–and stick to–a recording budgetThe best digital recording softwareMicrophones, mixers, and electronic hardwareRecording for individual instruments and virtual instrumentsMixing, mastering, and advanced recording techniquesFor a fraction of the cost of recording, you can become their own engineers. You’ll learn to create tracks complete with digital effects, virtual instruments, and sound quality that rival professional studios. In no time, you’ll be ready for your time in the spotlight!