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How To Record A Song From Scratch - Vocals -

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Part 6 of 6 - Recording vocals well in your home studio is one of the most important things you could learn.

No matter how good the rest of your tracks sounds, if the vocals sound amateur, the entire song sounds amateur.

So today I'm going to show you how to get a great vocal recording!

In this video I teach you where to place your microphone in the room, how to get the best sound out of your microphone, and a simple trick to making your vocals pop in the hook of your song.

Recording on a 1970's Tape Machine

Let's party like it's 1976!

Magnetic tape started being used for sound recording in 1930 and was the dominant way audio was recorded for the majority of recording history. In this video we're exploring what the process was like in the 1970's with this 2 inch, 16 track, reel to reel tape machine previously owned by country music star Merle Haggard.

This is the first time I've every recorded to tape. Outside of some small cassette recorders I had as a kid. Outside of that and the wax cylinder video we shot earlier this year, I've only ever recorded with a digital system.

Going into a studio to track on this machine really puts into perspective how much more prepared musicians had to be at the time. There's very little editing if any that can be done to your performance and each take eats up precious time and real estate on the medium.

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A BEGINNER'S GUIDE to Recording (Part 1: Equipment)

Hey guys! I hope you enjoy the first part of this Beginner's Guide to Recording series! Stay tuned for the next videos where I will touch on getting your recording started, editing, and mixing! Let me know your thoughts/questions in the comments :) All links are down below! Thanks for watching!

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Pro Tools First:
Logic Pro X:

Audio Recording/Editing Software: Avid Pro Tools
Video Editing Software: Final Cut Pro X
Video Editing Software: Adobe Premiere Pro CC

Microphone: AKG Perception 420

Headphones: AKG K240 Semi-Open Headphones
Sound Shield: CAD Acoustic-Shield
Audio Interface: M-Audio Fast Track

Camera: Canon Rebel t3i (newest model is Rebel t7i)
Lens: Canon EF 50mm

Lights: Bescor LED Twin Kit
Lights: Cowboy Studio Photo Softbox
Lights: Impact Qualite Focusing Flood Light

Guitar: Gibson Acoustic Songwriter Deluxe Studio EC
MIDI Keyboard: M-Audio Keystation 61es

Computer: MacBook Pro Retina, 15-inch, 2.4 GHz Inel Core i7 8GB

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Recording Studio Home DIY Musician How To Tutorial Song Cover Official Music Video Guitar Piano Ukekele Acoustic Live

Recording Vocals in your Home Studio - Part 1: Getting Started

Neumann & award-winning filmmaker Geert Verdickt show you how to set up a session and make a headphone mix for the singer.

Find the perfect microphone:

Presentation, Concept, Art Direction: Geert Verdickt
Script: Alphonse Gustafson
Vocals: Yaelle Cinkey
Camera, D.o.p.: Igor Gaasbeek
Camera Assistant: Maxime Lahousse
Sound Engineer: Reinhoud Maes
Motion Graphics Designer: Kim Vanbeckevoort
Recording & Mix Engineer: Sebastian Schmitz (Portfolio Manager Microphones / Neumann)
Location: Watt Matters Studio, Bielefeld/Germany

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Easy Screen Recording with Screencastify

Learn how to use the free version of Screencastify to create your own screen recordings or screencasts. Screencastify is a Google Chrome Extension that makes it easy and simple to record your screen. ***Consider supporting Technology for Teachers and Students on Patreon***: Check out these two great options for microphones to use with Screencastify:
Blue Yeti USB Microphone - Midnight Blue:
Samson Meteor Mic USB Studio Microphone (Titanium Black):


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Stereo Recording - Part 1

In this video, Mr. B discusses stereo recording.

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Evolution of a Song - The Recording Process

This video explores the creative process in producing a track. Using a song written by Songwriter, composer, and performer Michelle Cashman, we explore the sound and tone of her song and ways in which to capture her performance. It looks at Collaborative process in composition and music production, and the balance of ideas, performance and Music production. The Production of this song will appear on the 2012 Best Of AIM Composition and Music Production CD, to be available in November.
This video demonstrates one of the creative pathways, a Composition and Music Production student can explore when studying at AIM.

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To study music at AIM is all about having a fun, professional, academic experience, that helps set you up for a diverse lifelong career in the music industry, from performing to studio work, teaching, publishing, entertainment management, music business and a whole lot more, all connected as part of the AIM learning experience.

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AIM - Leading School For Today's Music Industry

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Integration is the name of the game at AIM with six music departments on offer. Students focus on one major area of study but can integrate across other areas of study through a wide range of elective choices. AIM departments include; contemporary performance, music theatre, classical performance, composition and music production, audio technology and entertainment management, taught by some of the finest industry practitioners available in Australia.

So whilst a student may for example take audio as their major study, they can also choose to take units from any one of the other five major areas. In this way, students build a portfolio of music, audio, entertainment & business skills to create diverse career opportunities.

From AIM's annual showcase where students have the opportunity to perform on stage with full production to a full house, comes smaller creative projects where the journey of writing, producing and recording a song in the studio can be documented on video and placed on the web through AIMtv, as part of the AIM learning and artist development experience.

At the completion of two years of intensive study at AIM, students graduate with a Bachelor of Music degree majoring in one of six areas or a Bachelor of Entertainment Management. Equipped with state of the art Q Recording Studios, 300-seat concert hall, 60-seat intimate performance space, fully equipped Apple Mac labs, performing arts library and over 1000 students, the Australian Institute of Music offers the complete educational experience.

The Easiest Way to Screen Record on Android 2018

Learn how to record your Android screen the easiest way by watching this quick & simple video tutorial. We'll show you the best, free way to record your Android screen without a watermark!

Our favourite screen recording app for Android is DU Recorder. You can download it for free from the Google Play Store.

Download DU Recorder:

Once you’ve installed the app, tap Open. By default, there is a watermark that will appear on your recordings, however you can remove the watermark very easily. To remove the watermark, Tap the Video Camera and Wrench icon to access the app’s setting options. Tap the switch beside Watermark to disable it. When the switch turns grey, the watermark is disabled. Tap the X at the top right corner of the settings window to close it.

You’ll see the DU screen recorder overlay menu on your screen. If the menu disappears, tap the orange circle on the side of your screen to open it. Tap the Record button to begin recording. To confirm, tap Start Recording. A 3-second countdown will begin, and then recording will start. Do whatever you want to record on your Android. To stop recording, tap the orange half-circle on the side of your screen to access the DU recorder menu, then tap the Stop button. Your recording will be saved to your device’s camera roll. To close the DU recorder app so the menu no longer appears on your screen, tap and hold the orange circle icon, then drag it to the X that appears on your screen.

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Analog Recording with Steve Albini

“Recording a Band” series with the legendary producer and analog recording engineer Steve Albini. Watch him track the song « Old Master » by the band Rat The Magnificent at Studio La Fabrique.
Learn more about tape calibration, mic placement and overall analog recording workflow.
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How To Record A Song At Your Home Studio- Ep 5- Record Vocals at Home Studio(In Hindi)

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Episode 5 - Record Vocals at Home Studio

Finally guys, in this episode we are dubbing our vocals for the song we have been recording from last 4 episodes. In this one, I demonstrate easy and effective ways to record vocals at your home studio that sound professional.
Hope you guys will enjoy it.
Cheers .
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Computer - Apple Macbook Pro 2015 -
Primary Monitors - Tannoy Reveal 502 -
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Android Screen Recording: How to record your Android screen (2 Ways!)

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Recording on 100-Year-Old Equipment

Recording music on 100-year-old wax cylinder recording equipment.

Here's recording metal with it:

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Short Song:
My Uncle the Philanthropist:

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1800s Engineer - Shawn Borri
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Recording Sound for Filmmaking

How to get better production audio on set.

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BTS Filming - David Williamson
Host and Creator - Simon Cade

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Directed by - Simon Cade
Produced by - Carl Mason (
Written by - Johann Farhan

Mark - Oliver Heald (
Connor - Deon Lee-Williams (
Pete - Sam Glen (
Dealer - Lewis Brown

Customer 1 - Naithan Ariane (
Customer 2 - Ryan Clayton
Connor's Mate 1 - Luke Orechoff
Connor's Mate 2 - Lukas Becker
Connor's Mate 3 - Paul Keighron
Pete's Mate - Ross Doran

Director of Photography - JP Caldeano ( )
1st Assistant Director - Wayne Bentley (
Casting Director - Rebecca Jenner
Sound Recordist - Kristian Edwards (
Boom Operator - Danny Feng
Costume Designer - Emily Cooper
Production Assistant - Anton Arenko
Behind the Scenes - David Williamson

Editor - Simon Cade
Asst. Dialogue Editor - Samuel Jacintho

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PowerPoint: Rehearsing and Recording Your Presentation

In this video, you’ll learn the basics of rehearsing and recording presentations in PowerPoint 2019, PowerPoint 2016, and Office 365. Visit for our text-based lesson.

This video includes information on:
• Rehearsing slide show timings
• Recording your slide show
• Removing slide timings and narration

We hope you enjoy!

Recording, Editing, and Publishing Podcasts in the Anchor App (Tutorial)

Explore the Anchor podcast app with Kyle as he figures out how to record, edit and publish a podcast all from the mobile app.

Podcasting Pre-Production Tutorial:
Podcasting From Home Tutorial:

Table Of Contents
00:00 Kicking it off
00:18 What is Anchor?
01:50 Opening the app and creating an account
04:31 Recording a Podcast
06:46 Anchor's walkthrough explanation and a warning about monetizing & CMAC
07:19 More recording
09:09 Trimming and Editing Audio
15:23 Reorganizing Audio
16:58 Adding Music and Sound Effects
18:07 Publishing an Episode
19:49 Creating the overall Podcast
22:14 Bye!


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PowerPoint Tutorial: Recording and Exporting Videos

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PLEASE NOTE: At the time of this recording while PowerPoint for Mac 2016 does allow exporting to a video format, the audio will not export with it. This is something that has been brought to Microsofts attention and they have responded to me to say that it will be something they will address in an upcoming update. I have tested recording audio via a mac and then exporting the video via windows and this does work. I will update when Microsoft address this.

In this video I demonstrate how to record audio to a Microsoft PowerPoint presentation, play this as a presentation within the PowerPoint program, and then finally how to export the entire presentation as a video.

This video was recorded using Microsoft Office for Mac 2016, but the process is very similar for Microsoft Office for Mac 2011, and for windows users of Microsoft Office 2016 and Microsoft Office 2013.

How to Record a Band Live (in the studio)

James takes you through a few hints and tricks he uses to capture the energy of a band live in the room.


Some live clips of studio recording by legends like Dilip Sen - Sameer sen, Abhijeet Bhattacharya, Alka Ygnik, Udit Narayan, Purnima etc.

Song recording of Film Haqiqat...

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