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| What does the bit depth and sample rate refer to?|
Most modern audio interfaces provide the facility to specify the bit depth and sample rate for a particualr project but what differences do these values actually make to the quality of the audio? To help you understand exactly what these measures of digital audio are refering to we have created this helpful guide.
Soundforge Comparison Chart
Use this helpful chart to compare the features of the cost effective Sound Forge Audio Studio as compared to the more advanced Sound Forge 7.0.
Basics Of Acoustic
Just a basic guide on what you need to know and understand before attempting to acoustically treat your room
Windows XP Comparison Guide
So you have decided on a Windows XP operating system, but you still need to decide which package to go for. Here is our features comparison guide to help you out.
Teaching Music Using Sibelius
Sibelius and Siblius Education products are essential tools in teaching music today. Sibelius is suitable for all educational levels – it’s easy for beginners, yet sophisticated enough for all university requirements.Dolphin Music offer special discounted educational pricing to students and site licenses are available for schools.
How do I choose the right amplifier power for my speaker system?
Ideally you should pick an amplifier that can deliver power equal to twice the speaker\'s continuous IEC power rating.
Korg Triton Keyboard Workstation
The Korg Triton Keyboard Workstation from KORG can be your complete home studio! With features such as sampling, TouchView screen, quality effects and updated sounds, the Triton family of keyboards quickly became a popular solution for making music, removing the need for a computer based system.
Vocal Booth Buying Guide
Dolphin Music Vocal Booths are ideal for recording vocalists, tracking bands, acoustic instruments, voice over work as well as practicing, rehearsing and instructional use.
Coda Finale - Product Comparison
So you have decided on a Finale based notation system, but you still need to decide which package to go for. Here is our features comparison guide to help you out.
Shure E Series Earphones Comparison Chart
Shure earphones offer sound isolation, studio-quality sound, and comfort. Here is a comparison guide to help you work out which one is best for you.
Choosing the Right Microphone
With so many different Microphones to choose from we have made a guide to help you out.
Types of Headphones
Headphones are used not only for private entertainment, but also for professional monitoring. The most common uses and for field recording where a loudspeakers would be impractical or for musicians in the studio who need to hear each other or previously recorded tracks for overdubbing.
MIDI Controller Keyboard Finder
Need a little help working out which midi keyboard is best for you? Try our Keyboard wizard...
Cakewalk Sonar - Product Comparison
So you have decided on a Sonar based music system, but you still need to decide which package to go for. Here is our features comparison guide to help you out.
Steinberg Cubase - Product Comparison
So you have decided on a Cubase based music system, but you still need to decide which package to go for. Here is our features comparison guide to help you out.
Emagic Logic - Product Comparison
So you have decided on a Logic based music system, but you still need to decide which package to go for. Here is our features comparison guide to help you out.
Polar Patterns Explained
Directionality - The sensitivity to sound relative to the direction or angle of arrival at the microphone. Directionality is usually plotted on a graph referred to as a polar pattern.
Comparing microphone sensitivity ratings: what does it mean?
Comparing Microphones is a tricky task when buying online. This guide hopes to explain some of the specifications that we show on our product pages.
How to us a Microphone Preamp
If you plug a condenser microphone in to audio interface then the signal it generates will be very quiet unless the signal is boosted. This is why you will need for a preamp.
Why do I need Virtual Instruments?
A sequencer without sound generators (virtual instruments) is like a recording studio without instruments. The sequencer offers you tools for arrangement and recording but not usually any actual sounds to arrange.
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