As a podcaster, the headphones you choose to monitor and edit with can have a significant effect on your podcast’s production quality. In this post, you’ll learn about why headphone selection is essential for podcasting, and I’ll share my personal recommendations for the best headphones for podcasting.
Whether you’re a musician, mixing engineer, or podcaster, there are certain situations where converting a stereo track to mono is necessary. In this post, you’ll learn how to convert a stereo track to mono in Logic Pro X.
The Shure SE215, Westone UM Pro 20, and Shure SE846 are our universal in-ear monitor recommendations for keyboard players. In modern musical settings, keyboardists often have to play a variety of sounds, so it’s important to have in-ear monitors that can reproduce the full frequency spectrum.
Over the past few months, I’ve been contemplating purchasing a new camera. I’ve been a Fujifilm shooter for a long time - X100, X-Pro1, X100S, and X-Pro2. I like my X-Pro2, but my life is currently in somewhat of a transition phase. Since the birth of my baby last year, I’ve been trying hard to declutter all aspects of my life in an effort to maintain my mental sanity. Part of this process involves getting rid of photography gear I like, and finding a single fixed-lens camera that I love. Long story short, after Fujifilm’s underwhelming X100V announcement, I decided to pick up the Leica Q2 instead. Here are my first impressions.
Whether you’re a musician, mixing engineer, or podcaster, an audio interface is cruicial to your workflow and productivity. In addition to providing better sound quality than your computer’s built-in soundcard, and audio interface also offers reduced latency. In this post, we’ll take a look at how an audio interface can reduce latency in your audio recording and monitoring system.