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Recording musicians - Check out the StudioLive Console

It's possible that you've found this thread because you are a musician, wanting to learn how to record yourself or a band. You are on a budget, you don't fully understand things like converters, preamps, interfacing, compressors etc... and maybe you don't even care about those things right now.

Seeking Indie Musicians for Moonshark’s #1 Mobile Music Game – DancePad!

Moonshark is NOW accepting submissions, for a chance to have yourmusic included in our latest mobile music game, DancePad. A featured app byApple (New and Noteworthy, Featured Games, What’s Hot), DancePad is the hottestmobile music game to hit the App Store. Within 2 weeks of launch, DancePad wasdownloaded over 750, 000 times

The Aspiring Musicians New Job!

People's Industry is a new self promotional social networking website that offers aspiring musicians several opportunities to expand and market their music. While they are doing so they also have the chance to win money each month if they are a paid member. Artists have the option to be able to sell their songs and keep all the profits.

Musicians who offer their talents for FREE for movie "credit"

Why do musicians slave themselves for FREE (or for peanuts) just to get their name in a credit roll? I can tell you after having produced a movie that I could CARE LESS what credits (if any) someone has. There's only 2 things I care about: 1) Is the song what I'm looking for and is the quality up to par, and 2) How cheaply can I license it for? Is it within my budget?

A documentary on local musicians project - need audio advice


I'm preparing for a long project, archiving some local bands from many genres.

And I need advice on how to recording audio for this project...
So far I've had advice to buy either AKG 414 or Sennheiser 416...
The budget has around 2000$ for audio hardware, so let me know what you think the setup should be.