Recording at home or on the go

ELLIOT SCHEINER SINGS THE PRAISES OF 5.1

Found this pretty old article where Elliot Scheiner talks about his experiences of mixing Sting, Fleetwood Mac, Eagles and others in a 5.1 surround sound environment, and why he think this is the way to go for the music industry.

Computer Music Gives SONAR V-Studio 700 9/10 Stars!

Computer Music Gives SONAR V-Studio 700 9/10 Stars! – 

V-Studio ToolbarAccording to the UK-based magazine, Computer Music, we’ve rendered the mouse useless with the SONAR V-Studio 700. Computer Music was especially excited about the VS-700C control surface, stating “the console is smooth, responsive and professional…

Build a Laptop Studio on Any Budget

The latest laptop computers are powerful enough to make them a viable alternative to the tower in the personal studio, especially for musicians for whom portability is an important factor. Whether you are a touring musician, a weekend gigger, or just someone who wants to make music while on vacation, there's a lot you can do with just your laptop and a few choice pieces of gear. Read more

Recording music on netbooks: my experiences

When I embarked on a journey to try recording with Sonar on my Asus EEE PC 1000HE netbook, I didn't know what kind of results I should expect. To be honest with you, I didn't want to know because I was, um, how should I say this, was a little scared that things may not work out at all. Read more

Recording music on netbook computers

With all the netbook craze going on the market place, I couldn't resist the temptation and purchased one for myself. I am pretty happy with what my Asus EEE PC 1000HE netbook delivers when browsing Internet, watching Youtube videos, writing documents or checking my Email, but what if… If I tried to use it as a portable recording studio? How far can I push its limits? Read more