OPEN SOURCE SOUND RECORDER

OPEN SOURCE SOUND RECORDER

So, you’ve practiced playing some music, which might be original, or it might be a cover, and now you want to record a video of yourself playing it and you want to put your video onto YouTube. At this point you discover a problem that many others before you have discovered: Your home video camera records good quality video, which is good enough to make a video which is going to be uploaded to YouTube. (Here, a “video camera” might

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BEST SOUNDING RECORDS ON VINYL

BEST SOUNDING RECORDS ON VINYL

I often get emails from people who have taken the plunge into (or back into) vinyl and want to know what records they should buy. Let’s start with some general advice: 1. If you’re buying new, go with the new 180 gram reissues. The heavier, thicker vinyl is worth the extra expense. 2. If you’re buying used, avoid edition of an album released after about 1974 and before 2000. That was the era of thinner records that used recycled vinyl

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