From microphone choice and placement to signal chain, tuning, and much more, read fifty-seven essential dos and don’ts of vocal production.
It’s bound to happen: you toil over an audio mix for hours, but it still doesn’t work. These practical and psychological tips are designed to get you out of the inevitable mix rut.
Not a mastering engineer? No problem. Consider these ten tips your guide for getting a great master on your own, no matter where your expertise lies.
Jonathan Wyner visits Michael Grace of Grace Design in Lyons, Colorado to talk about preamps, coloration, and musical equipment.
Six masterful songwriters offer advice on finishing songs (and why it’s often the hardest stage of the process).
Learn how to maximize your EQ efficiency so you can work on other aspects of mixing and spend more time being creative.
In part three of Inside the Box, GRAMMY-nominated producer and mix engineer Sylvia Massy shares her favorite tools to use for pre-mastering, including Ozone.
In previous articles, we’ve covered tips for mixing live records, good ol’ fashioned rock and roll, and EDM. Today, we’re putting jazz on the docket.
Learn the most important times you should take notes in the recording studio, and print iZotope’s input list to take with you.
In part two of Inside the Box, producer and engineer Sylvia Massy shares the jambalaya of objects through which she's experimented recording audio.
iZotope co-founder and CEO Mark Ethier shares the story behind iZotope’s new hardware: Spire Studio.
Canadian electronic duo Elijah Woods x Jamie Fine talk about the advantages of home recording, their songwriting process, and...culinary school?