The internet opens up never-before-seen opportunities. This is a time when anyone can make music quite easily, as long as they can afford the equipment — audio interfaces and audio mixers, for example, as they can be quite expensive. That said, even though you can easily connect the two with the right cables, do you really need to buy both of them or can one of them get the job done?
If you’ve ever thought about singing or performing other activities that require recording vocals, such as hosting a podcast, you will need a microphone. Each microphone needs to be connected to an audio interface. However, there are USB microphones which have an integrated audio interface. This begs the question: Do you actually need an external audio interface to record vocals or is a USB microphone good enough on its own? Let’s see.
Whether you’re an audio enthusiast or are starting the journey to becoming a famed musician, you probably take your audio gear very seriously. If you already own a pair of studio monitors or have only heard about how awesome they are, you’re probably wondering if you need to get an audio interface to go along them. Read on to see if this is the case, and, if you decide to get an audio interface, how to connect it to your studio monitors.
Updated on February 14th, 2020Before we jump in to the 5 tips to improve your groove we will define what a drummers groove actually is first. ‘Pocket Drumming’ is what we nearly always refer to when we talk about a drummers groove. ‘Pocket Drumming’ is setting up a beat that is very strong and compelling. This very strong […]
Updated on February 14th, 2020In the music world drummers are made fun of very often. People tend to forget that the drummer is usually the backbone of a band and can’t be missed. They provide the rhythm to which every other band member can play along. Without the drummer there would be no band. Not […]