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How To: Make high-quality home music recordings on a shoestring budget

If you're a musician, but can't cover the cost of an expensive recording studio to get your song onto a playable media, then this video is what you need. It will show you how to make your own high-quality home music recording studio on a shoestring budget! If you're trying to get the attention of big music record labels, you need some hgih-quality sounds, but you don't need the high-quality costs! The setup is pretty simple— a microphone, MP3 player, sound mixer, headphones and a good-quality...

How To: For Uninterrupted Screen Recordings, Block Banner Notifications & Incoming Calls on Your iPhone

Since its introduction in iOS 11, the Screen Recording tool has been a great way to show less tech-savvy users how to use their iPhones better. It's never been easier to show your grandmother how to disable Live Photos or lower screen brightness. However, banner notifications can appear during a recording, forcing you to start over. They can even interrupt a screen share during a Zoom or Skype meeting.

How To: Improve Video Recordings in Low-Light Scenes on Your iPhone for Better Quality Footage

If you shoot videos with your iPhone in low-light situations, you may not always get the results you expect, and that applies to 4K, 1080p, and even 720p resolutions. But there is a way to maximize your video's quality when shooting in dark environments — you just need to change a few settings.

How To: Unlock Android 12's Game Dashboard for Easy Screen Recordings, Screenshots, and Live Streaming in Any Game

Android 12 comes with new features and upgrades that any mobile gamer can appreciate, including Instant Play, which lets you play games instantly without downloading them first. Even better, there's Game Dashboard, which adds shortcuts for screenshots, screen recordings, and more in whatever game you play. The only problems are that it's not enabled by default, and it's a little hard to find.

News: The Best Microphones for Your Podcast & Voiceover Recordings

The landscape of podcasting has exploded in recent years, with everyone from dedicated longtime podcasters reaching the mainstream spotlight, to traditional media personalities moving from TV, radio, and newspapers to grab a slice of the listening pie. The good news is that the barrier to entry is relatively low, so even if you're not a celebrity or media luminary, you can still get your voice out there by starting a podcast.

How To: Upload Camtasia Studio screen recordings to YouTube

If you frequently use Camtasia software for Windows this is a great video for you! Camtasia is a screen video software program made for both Windows and Mac This video shows step-by-step how to upload a photo and create a moving profile image. It shows how you can upload your photo, how to open the photo in Camtasia, and how you can use Camtasia to create a moving profile picture. Also discussed is how you can upload your Camtasia videos onto Youtube! Just a wonderful video for those who use ...

How To: Use Sizer v3.3 for screen recordings

This software tutorial is on downloading and using Sizer to resize windows for exact screen grabs. Sizer is a free open source software that allows you to size a window to an exact numeric size instead of dragging the window around randomly. This is great for screen recordings with softwares like Camtasia, or for image screen grabs. See how to download and use Sizer in this tutorial.

How To: Record with electronic drums

In this drumming video series, you'll learn tips and techniques on recording with electronic drums. Our expert Steve Blank will show step-by-step, from the click track, scratch vocals, and laying down the first drum track, to building dynamics with background percussion, adding effects like reverb and compression, and mixing your multi-track recordings down to a CD or demo tape.

How To: Build a home recording studio

In this series of video clips you’ll learn how to build a music recording studio in your own home. Expert musician and studio engineer Arie Pytel shares tips on the various types of microphones, monitors, headphones, and computer recording software that are available. He takes you step-by-step through the process of connecting the mics, MIDI components and other devices you’ll need to start recording your own music. By following the simple steps in these free videos you can build a home recor...

How To: Mute the vuvuzela sounds from an audio recording

If you are watching the World Cup live and the vuvuzelas are driving you slowly (or quickly) insane, this video isn't going to help, sorry. However, if you are recording the World Cup or working with someone else's recordings of it, it is possible to almost completely eliminate the sound of the vuvuzelas while mixing in Garageband or another audio editing program. This video will show you how to create the proper parametric EQ's and mute the vuvuzelas while preserving the rest of the audio tr...

How To: Record your voice on a Mac with Apple's GarageBand

Learn how to create recordings of your voice with GarageBand on an Apple computer running Mac OS X. This guide will teach you everything you'll need to know. It's easy! So easy, in fact, that this clip can present a thorough overview of the process in just over eight minutes. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, watch this clip.

How To: Record audio & MIDI tracks in SONAR Home Studio 6

This audio editing software tutorial shows you how to record audio and MIDI tracks in SONAR Home Studio 6. The SONAR 6 tutorial includes setting inputs, tempo, metronome, checking levels, inserting Virtual Instruments, and using the Session Drummer 2. If you are new to using SONAR 6 to edit and create music recordings, this tutorial will get you started.

How To: Record in Apple Logic Pro 9

In this video, you will learn how to record using Apple Logic Pro 9. First, open the program and save the session. Make sure your audio interface is set before recording. Go to global settings and navigate to audio. Click on the general tab and change the audio settings. Wave files are the industry standard. Make sure 24-bit recording is checked. Software monitoring will allow you to monitor the audio. Save this and change the project settings. You can adjust the sample rate of your recording...

How To: Record Phone Calls on Any Android Device

There are plenty of legitimate reasons that you might want to record a phone conversation. Let's say you operate a business and take orders over the phone, and you don't want to miss an item. Or perhaps you need to jot down some notes from a recent conference call, and things were just happening too quickly in real time.

How To: Secretly Record Videos on Android

Past video recording apps we've covered made it easy to turn your Android device into a hidden spy camera, even allowing you to inconspicuously record videos using your volume buttons. While both are viable options that can secretly capture video, today we're going over an additional method that will let you both schedule recordings or discretely trigger them without anyone around you noticing a thing.

How To: Record Video & Audio Calls with Skype on Your iPhone or Android Device

There's more to recording calls than just protecting yourself against liability or an angry ex — oftentimes, this feature is the perfect tool to save momentous calls like breaking news of your recent engagement to loved ones. And with the prevalence of video calls, you can even capture memorable video chats such as your mom's first glimpse of your newborn on your mobile, courtesy of Skype.

How To: The Easiest Way to Secretly Record Someone's Conversation with Your iPhone

Your iPhone is a fantastic, easy-to-use tool for recording audio, but it's not as simple to secretly record conversations. Apple's Voice Memos app is great for taking audio notes and recording meetings, lectures, and other talks to reference later, but doing it without being noticed is tough unless you know the hidden shortcut.

How To: Be More Secretive Using Hide SMS and Call Recorder

Some people are of extremely secretive nature. They do not like sharing their personal events in their lives with anyone. Thus people around that person wont be able to figure out details on their life's personal matters. It is not like they want to hide some mysterious secrets from the world, but it is just their nature that they do not want others to know much about them or are too shy to share their feelings with others. Being secretive is neither good nor bad, it is just how they are.

How To: The Trick to Recording Phone Calls Using Google Voice on Your iPhone or Android

When it comes to recording phone conversations, a lot of us will automatically think the worst and associate it with something shady like obsessive exes and stalkers. In reality, there are numerous, more mundane reasons to record calls on your Android or iPhone — from keeping records of contracts in the form of verbal agreements, interviews that were done remotely, and important meetings.

How To: Record Your iPhone's Screen Without the Annoying Red Bar or Bubble

Native screen recording, one of the hottest features that Apple included in iOS 11 and later, is easily started from the optional Control Center toggle on your iPhone. From there, you can stop recording from the same place or from the red status bar or bubble. It's a very convenient addition to iOS, but there's one obvious downside — that red indicator, which can appear in your recordings.

How To: Record Phone Calls on Android

There are plenty of legitimate reasons that you might want to record a phone conversation. Let's say you operate a business and take orders over the phone, and you don't want to miss an item. Or perhaps you need to jot down some notes from a recent conference call, and things were just happening too quickly in real time.

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