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Summertime – Free Download!

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What happens if you let someone who’s got great mixing skills as well is the writer of a good vocal plugin mix your track “just for the fun of it”? Recently we were recording a new song and our friend Jay H. from JHudStudio created an alternative mix. We liked it so much that we  … Read more

How to Install Ardour with Jack Audio on Linux Mint and Ubuntu

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Installing Ardour, the Digital Audio Workstation, on Linux Mint or Ubuntu isn’t too difficult if you follow the steps shown in these tutorial videos. Before you jump right in and start installing Ardour, you will need to download and install Jack Audio Server. Search for qJack or Jacl on your installer and install it. After  … Read more

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Home Recording Studio Tour – My Budget Home Studio

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The recordings for the Solid Rock Blues Band, The Barking Aunts, Mirjam Tamara and some other demo’s for other bands and vocalists were al made using my computer as a ‘DAW’, a Digital Audio Workstation. For many years I’ve recorded in the livingroom. But since 2015 I’m having my own small home studio. In this  … Read more

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Recording with Ardour Studio and Digitech Trio Band Creator

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A video about how I record songs in the studio using Ardour Studio software and Digitech Band Creator. I do not always use Band Creator, but in this case I did. ► UPDATE – there’s a new section with video’s about recording available on this page. Many have wondered how to record with Band Creator in  … Read more

Sing me a Song (free download)

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Today I’ve recorded “Sing Me A Song”, a free song available on SoundCloud (and Audiomack also soon) in my studio. It’s less than two minutes(!) and the full lyrics are included at soundcloud. I’ve posted a short demo of it before. Including a video. The song was recorded using Ardour Studio (here’s a video about  … Read more

Recording using Linux is not professional!

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Some time ago I was discussing recording software with an online friend of mine. He stated that “none of the professional studios uses Linux”. Or similar words. Is that so? Is recording using Linux not professional?  I happen to have a ‘recording career’ at my home studio using Windows software. I’ve used many programs over  … Read more