The final witness in the iTunes antitrust trial last week had the backstory. Too bad the jury didn’t get to hear it. Rod Schultz, a former Apple software engineer and the final witness in a federal trial scheduled to go to the jury Monday, has a provocative theory about one of Steve Jobs’ most famous…

Recording studios have changed quite rapidly in the last few years. What used to be limited to large commercial operations can now be achieved in a bedroom or basement, with even the most modest of budgets. No matter what type of music you record, or how simple or complex your studio is, there are a…

Voiceovers are the mainstays of advertising, instruction and promotional videos, television programs and feature films. You can often outsource the voice over task by hiring a professional to read your copy. This “voice” will record several versions changing word or phrase emphasis and speed, and it’s just up to you as to which version to…

Many mixing engineers and artists are unaware of the best way to prepare their songs for mastering. The tips below cover some of the most common issues that mastering engineers run into with mixes. Occasionally there are exceptions; however for the most commercially released projects these tips will help give your mastering engineer the best…