Jim Slick, of Slick Audio, discusses if you have to play an instrument such as a guitar, keyboard, bass, to be considered a musician?
Jim of Slick Audio helps us understand why you'd want to record multiple tracks or multiple versions. What's the difference and how you can make the most of your recording time.
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.
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.
PC vs Mac As president and CEO of Slick Audio, I feel that this topic is something that is controversial having opponents and proponents, but we are going to talk about it from a slightly different angle today. So you ask what it this topic? Well PC vs Mac. (I know I heard a few […]
Jim of Slick Audio reviews the existing types of interfaces such as USB, Fire-Wire or Thunderbolt for audio recording studio.
Something many in the audio world don’t think about but they do in the IT world it’s called RAID. (Redundant Array Of Inexpensive Disks). So we took a few minutes and had Jim help us with Understanding RAID for Audio.