If you want to keep up with the latest and greatest in the world of audio, NAMM’s the place to go. NAMM 2012 has just finished, and I got to experience it through the tweets of Audiotuts+ authors Björgvin Benediktsson and Ryan Leach, who were both there.
Here are some exciting new products announced at the conference. And if this list whets your appetite, head over to Björgvin’s YouTube channel for more. You can also read his coverage of a great two-hour panel on recording vocals on Audiotuts+.
Did you follow the new product announcements at NAMM? What has you drooling?
Synths, guitars, answering machines and Kinect. This week we meet the Audiotuts+ team. This post is taken from the Audiotuts+ Team page on the site.
Sometimes, it’s easy to forget that actual human beings create the content here on Audiotuts+. We are in fact real people, and not just music-loving robots. In addition to numerous part-time contributors, we have a team of talented and passionate musos and producers creating all kinds of tutorials and content teaching all things audio from composing to mastering.
Browse this page to get to know us better and feel free to say hi on Twitter or on Facebook. Also, if you would like to contribute content to the site you can learn more information on our Submission Page.
Audiotuts+ is Envato’s tutorial site about music production—in fact, all things audio.
Audiotuts+ is a blog for musicians, producers and audio junkies! We feature tutorials on the tools and techniques to record, produce, mix and master tracks. We also feature weekly articles for the music obsessive. Our commisisoned tutorials are written by industry experts and professionals, but anyone with an awesome skill to showcase can contribute a post and we’ll pay $150 if we publish it. You can learn about the submission process on our Write a Tutorial page.
Visit the site today! What do you love about Audiotuts+?
Everyone needs audio—Flash developers, movie makers, games and mobile app developers, even musicians! Where can you get decent audio without breaking the bank that won’t get you into hot water when you redistribute it or use it in your projects?
Audiotuts+ have just published Where to Find Audio Files You Can Redistribute With Your Projects. If you’re on the lookout for new audio, check it out today.