byAnderton03-28-201304:00 AM - edited 03-23-201310:59 PM
This issue starts off by waxing philosophical over whether the questions you ask are more important than the answers they elicit, then gets into some practical, hands-on techniques. Find out how to create cool reverb sounds by doing things wrong, ways to conjure up stereo mojo that go well beyond standard panning techniques, and a great example of how to use sidechaining within your DAW. Then check out the latest hot forum topics, this week's new products from the music industry, and details on how to turn your friends on to particular interesting forum posts right here on Harmony Central. Start reading!
byAnderton03-21-201304:00 AM - edited 03-17-201309:26 AM
Curious about compressors? Wish you had an engineer who could handle the details when you're recording guitar? Are you really, absolutely sure that your near-field monitors are set up correctly? You're in luck, because this issue addresses all these questions - and also provides the usual list of hot forums and news items, info on how to display time in forums, and the "dear musician" editorial explains why life is like . . . tape saturation?!? Read more to find out about these and other stories.
byAnderton03-14-201304:30 AM - edited 03-13-201307:59 PM
What's the reason for epic fails? Take a look at consumer electronics, and a definite pattern emerges. But this week's newsletter is about more than just Things That Totally Blew It. Find out how to choose a keyboard synthesizer with our in-depth report that describes synth features and what they mean to you, an assortment of tips on how to get better-sounding "in the box" mixes, a hot tip on how to keep your computer happy and productive, and of course, a bunch of Cool Threads, Newsmakers, and the latest news from Harmony Central. Read on!
byAnderton03-07-201306:24 AM - edited 03-07-201306:23 AM
Follow our 12-step program for better mixes, apply some cool doubling and layering strategies to guitar, and find out how to solve a vexing, intermittent Windows problem that can strike when you least expect it. The "Dear Musician" editorial explains why you really need to read the fine print as well as give "good guys" a pat on the back, and of course, there's our usual collection of Cool Threads, Newsmakers, and the scoop on accessing some of our star-studded interview videos.