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  • How to Make Guitars Sound Bigger in a Mix (Studio and Live)

    How to Make Guitars Sound Bigger in a Mix (Studio and Live)

    When it comes to mixing music, whether in a studio or live setting, achieving a big and impactful guitar sound is crucial. Guitars play a significant role in adding energy and drive to a performance, but they can sometimes get lost in the mix. In this article, we will explore effective techniques to make guitars…

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  • Can in ear headphones cause vertigo?

    Can in ear headphones cause vertigo?

    Yes, in-ear headphones can cause vertigo if used for prolonged periods of time. The high music volume and noise-canceling technology are common reasons that can cause discomfort and dizziness in your ears. When you use headphones for a long time, you can notice some vertigo and dizziness, and it is essential to know that it…

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  • Can a mixer be used as an audio interface?

    Can a mixer be used as an audio interface?

    Music producers and sound recording enthusiasts recognize that high-quality sound is fundamental to generating captivating audio content. The evolving landscape of technology continues to enhance the tools available for audio production, thereby raising these types of questions. To put it simply, yes, you can harness most modern audio mixers as audio interfaces. They can record…

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