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New: Acoustic Drum Loops For Studio One

By Robert Lindquist

PreSonus has released three new Studio One Add-on soundsets of acoustic drum loops recorded in a state-of-the-art studio with world-class microphones, ready to use in stereo or multitrack format. Each style is an entire library of matching loops that can be arranged to fit any song form, just as a real drummer would play them, […]

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Christmas = Amazing Talent

By Robert Lindquist

Christmas and Easter. The first to celebrate the birth of our Savior. The second to celebrate his victory over death. He Lives! He Lives Indeed! As mere mortals struggling through these challenging times, Jesus remains our hope beyond all hope, as he has for over 2000 years. What greater reason could their be for us […]

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Review: Behringer B615D Powered Loudspeakers

By Robert Lindquist

Go to the Behringer Website and click on loudspeakers>portable. I think you’ll agree that the choices are, at first, quite overwhelming. The Eurolive series alone offers everything from 300-Watt 2-Ways with 8” LF drivers to 2200-watt cabinets with dual 15” woofers. In the mix you’ll find something for almost every application, with features such as […]

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Behringer’s New X-Air

By Robert Lindquist

Behringer’s new X AIR Series features four digital mixers (from 12 to 18-inputs) with completely wireless control. According to Music Group’s senior engineer of conception Jan Duwe, “For the first time in audio history, Behringer has created a digital mixer which is integrated into a stage box and combined with a wireless router, recording interface, […]

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How To Harmonize

By Robert Lindquist

An understanding of harmony for the beginner.You’re working on your latest song- you’ve got a good melody, chords, lyrics but now it’s time to sweeten the sound with background vocals.  Though harmonizing comes naturally to many, for others, creating harmony parts can seem like elusive magic.    How do you choose which notes to pick […]

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Being A Better Background Singer

By Robert Lindquist

To be a good back-up singer, you need to be able to create harmony parts and hold firm no matter which other vocal parts surround you.   HARMONIZING Make sure you know the melody well before you attempt to find harmony parts.  Practice singing along with recordings with complex harmonies like Queen, Dan Fogelberg, or […]

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Holding Back

By Robert Lindquist

Giving your vocal performance ‘everything you got’ may be the biggest mistake of your career.   Though it’s totally understandable that you want to expose and express your talent to the max, the physical reality is that one major ‘oopsy’ can result in some serious vocal fold tissue trauma.   Is this common and likely?  […]

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Review: UE Vocal Reference Monitors

By Robert Lindquist

Walking breezily through the cacophonous halls of the Winter NAMM show, I was drawn to the Ultimate Ears booth manned in part by two “nurses” taking ear impressions.  I had to check out the action.  If you know me, you know I carry ear plugs in my purse and pop them in at the slightest […]

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