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Differences in Sound Quality Between Streaming, CD and Vinyl Playback

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2D Sound in a 1D System

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If we only have one-dimensional hearing, how can we hear a sound in two dimensions? If you were in a completely anechoic space, a space with no reflections, it would be much harder.

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Need Analog Vibe Added to Your Home Recordings?

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The legacy and influence that Prince had on musicians and music fans worldwide are immeasurable. Prince is notorious for spending an incredible amount of time in the recording studio as a songwriter, producer, and collaborator. After 39 albums and countless hits, there are definitely some key points that recording artists can certainly absorb by studying the extensive and remarkable work of Prince.

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Turning Blue Room “sessions” into an EP

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At Blue Room Productions, we are strong supporters of education in music and music production. The right education or experience can quickly shape your career in the music business. Read our key points to remember…

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Blue Room Music: The Evolution of ‘Made to Break’ By Debassi

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One of my dreams was not to just make good music, but to make good music that means something, and could influence the world. I want my music to mean something TO the world…

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Blue Room Tips: Studio Etiquette

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Did you just book your first recording session with Blue Room Productions? Maybe you’ve recorded before, but would like your session to be more efficient? Take a look at our general studio etiquette practices to make sure that everyone has a creative, productive, and efficient session together. These best practices can take place between the artist and the engineer or even with fellow band members.

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SAVING TIME & MONEY: “THE WELL-MADE DEMO”

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When making his famous sculpture of David, do you think Michelangelo just grabbed a pick, a giant block of marble and started chipping away?  Hell no!  He made sketches so he would have a map of where he was going.  Recording can be expensive.  More often than not, things will take longer than you initially anticipated – especially if it is your first time recording at a music studio.  Demos are maps and sketches so you don’t waste you and your band’s time and money.  If you do your homework and make a solid demo, you will be much more focused in the studio.

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TIPS TO PREPARE FOR YOUR RECORDING SESSION

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There are a number of things you can do as a recording artist or as a band to ensure your recording time in the studio is efficient & productive, and your budget is not wasted.

– The most important tip for a successful recording session: be early or on time! If you have a session scheduled for 11 AM, the session will start at 11:00 whether you are there or not! If you are concerned about being late for the start of your session, arrive early so that you have time to warm up.

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