SunVox Modular Music Studio. SunVox Latest release - v1.9.1 (9 jan 2016)Русская версия здесь Modular interface.Highly optimized synth algorithms.Flexible architecture: SunVox can working on variuos devices.
For example: pocket computer with slow CPU - 13bit sound (fixed point arithmetic); or big PC with powerfull CPU: 32bit sound (floating point arithmetic).Built-in synthesizers & effects: Analog Generator; DrumSynth with 120 unique synthetic drum sounds; FM synthesizer; MetaModule (use it to build your own synths/effects); Sampler (supported formats: WAV, XI, AIFF); SpectraVoice (FFT-based synthesizer for warm atmospheric sounds); Side Chain Compressor; Distortion; Echo; 3Band equalizer; Filter (Low-pass, High-pass, Band-pass, Notch); Flanger; Loop (for glitch effects); Reverb; Vocal Filter (for human voice simulation); Vorbis Player; WaveShaper; and more ...
Logo design by Goglus 3D post-processing by NightRadio. Routine Sequencer. Audio Sequencers (Shareware Music Machine) Music Software. AUDIORECORDING. How Can I Set Up a Home Recording Studio on the Cheap? Also, keep in mind that not everyone needs an audio interface. if you are only recording one track at a time or are recording more than one track but are fine with mixing it as you record you can use a much cheaper and oodles simpler analog mixing board/mixer. i struggled for over a year with a USB audio interface box i bought for home recording and it was ALWAYS a hassle - either really high latency, dropped sections, or it would take 15-20 minutes of fiddling with system prefs and settings in software to get it to work right. i finally went to my local music store and picked up a behringer analog mixer for $49 which has 8-Inputs (2 mic, 2 stereo, 1 stereo tape/CD), builtin EQ, effects send/receive, and the mic jacks have phantom power and the line inputs work great for electric instruments, a headphone out and I use an RCA-to-mini-1/8th-stereo plug to connect directly into the mic jack on my mac mini.
It's simple, always works, and has real knobs and buttons. A Beginner’s Introduction to Home Recording. Home recording technology seems to get better and cost less every year.
It puts power in the hands of ordinary people. You’ve probably found this article because you want to get into home recording. Most of our tutorials here at Audiotuts are at the intermediate or advanced level. And that’s OK, because you won’t be a beginner forever. But we do have some more basic tutorials and articles aimed at the beginner. People get into home recording for various reasons. You might be a songwriter, and want to get into home recording so that you can record your songs for others to hear. So, how do you get started with home recording? 1. I want to record my own music, where do I start? - home recording band. Home Audio Recording: Getting Started. Digital Audio Workstation: DAW This is the software that you will be interacting with as you record.
When you hear people referring to DAWs they are generally making reference to the big players like Cubase, Pro Tools, Logic, etc... Over the years I have used many DAWs and my favorite is Ableton Live. In arrangement view Ableton acts much like any other awesome DAW. Recording and editing tracks is a breeze and I have become very efficient using this software. Additional Gear XLR Cables - Typically used to carry balanced signals from microphones to the mixer/interface. 1/4" Cables - Typically your instrument cables, carry the signal from guitar, keyboard, bass, etc. to the mixer/interface. Tuner - find one that is responsive, after you tune check each string and confirm the tuner is adequate (I have tuners that I don't trust and would never use live) How to start recording music at home. It's perfectly possible to make very high quality recordings at home with today's computer technology.
However, you will need to spend a fair bit of money on software, and hardware (such as high quality microphones and soundcards) in order to achieve this. BUT DON'T WORRY! It is entirely possible to make recordings at home that are very respectable in quality whilst spending only a relatively small amount of money! Even better news...it's all pretty easy to do! I like to think of my home recording set-up like an artist's sketchbook. Home studio software usually has a good selection of instruments built in, so you can add piano, strings, brass, synth and many more sounds to your songs.
Like I said, if you want to do this all at a really high (studio quality) level, then you'll need to think about investing some serious cash. Pop Shield Pop shields are an inexpensive device that attaches to the mic stand, and stops loud blowing and popping noises from reaching the microphone. Sound Cards.