Explaining Audio Fidelity How do you increase audio fidelity is a common question we get here at Slick Audio. So it's time to put a post together to help new musicians and engineers understand this concept a bit better. First, we need to define and refine the question a bit more. Of course the original
Best Cheap Microphones Cheap Microphones for Recording Slick Audio does a review what are some of the "Best Cheap Microphones" for your studio. When we say cheap we man inexpensive, because these microphones are not lacking in quality. In fact they are some of the best microphones you can get and they are actually quite
What is Clocking or Word Clocking for Audio? During a recent upgrade to the Slick Audio Recording Studio. Jim Slick explained what an audio clock is used for and why you want to use on when recording audio, recording music in your studio. While reviewing RME and Antelope Audio gear, Jim did a beginners video
Switching Between Guitar Amps in Recording Studio How to build a guitar amp rack for your studio part 2. We all have gear and want to use it not just to jam on or gig on. Why not use that same gear to record. Jim reviews in his follow up to a previous video. How you
How to rack multiple amps, with live switching. (How you can use all your guitar amps easily by Racking your amps, Networking Guitars or Bass to switch between the amps live easily.)
Slick Audio makers of The best computers for recording music. For the home or any pro, the studio has made a-line of Ultra-Compact PC's for recording audio and the M560 is the smallest in the ultra-compact category.
Slick Audio's the M550 audio recording computer was a revolutionary new design that won a lot of attention and interest from anyone looking to record audio with a computer in a small area.
Can I use a PC I purchase from a “Big Box” store to record audio for my DAW? This is A question that seems to crop up a lot so we decided it was time to directly address it. Jim said that there are a few things each of us needs to know.