High volumes for long periods, overheating, driver malfunctions, and miss-treating your speakers will all cause your speakers to become blown. You may be hearing rattling, or from a tweeter, you may hear a humming/buzzing sound – well, this would be a good indication that your speakers are damaged. How Do I Damage A Studio Monitor? […]
Today, we’re going to dig in a little bit deeper and talk about PC specs you should be looking at for music production, as well as what models of PC might be the best choice. Regarding PC components, the most crucial one is your CPU. If weak, your DAW will have difficulty handling your project
MIDI Keyboards and Synths are incredibly popular in both live and studio environments, though they each have significant differences that separate them. If you want a piece of equipment to generate MIDI data so that you can play different sound modules that are built in to your DAW, we recommend getting a MIDI Keyboard. On
MIDI Keyboards are excellent for practicing and performing. They are very easy to connect up, and they typically come with headphones outputs if you want to practice your music silently. MIDI controllers, on the other hand, are great for making drum loops or beats and triggering one-shot sounds.