Audiojunkie Professional Music Production Techniques, Tips and Tutorials for vocals, drum programming and instruments
Our advanced music production tutorials are here to help you develop new skills, brush up on those you have forgotten or (for the more experienced producers) compare our methods. We use these techniques everyday with professional musicians in our Lincoln recording studio!
Grouping and Sub-grouping
If you are not already grouping channels in you DAW then why not? This simple technique can take your music project to a whole other level!
In this tutorial we take an in-depth look at the techniques that I use to group and sub-group my channels for better mixes. Read more...
Best Virtual Instruments For Your Productions
VST instruments are a staple of modern music production but the, ever increasing, choice of synths, samplers and virtual instruments can make it difficult to decide where to invest your, hard earned cash.
We take an in-depth look our favourite VSTs to help you decide which one is best for your productions. Read more...
Live Drum Programming
One of the first skills every producer develops is the ability to program a drum loop, whether through a virtual instrument like Battery or by simply by importing audio into a DAW.
In this tutorial we take an in-depth look at the techniques that I use to program realistic sounding drums. Read more...
Vocals are often the centrepiece of a track and so it is important to give them the attention they deserve.
Whether you are just starting out with recording and mixing vocals or you are an experienced producer looking to brush up on your production skills, you can create high-quality vocal productions with this in-depth guide.
Program Realistic Instruments
The most common complaint I hear about software versions of real instruments is that they don’t sound like the real thing. But, more often than not, this is down to the user rather than the library.
Take look at the techniques that I use to program realistic sounding instruments in this in-depth guide. Read more...