Zoom Corporation has released an update for their Zoom H2n Handy Recorder that makes it a streamlined solution for recording and outputting spatial audio files for virtual reality applications. The update is a collaboration with Google and their JUMP Virtual Reality platform. It adds a new mode that records in a format that is compatible with YouTube 360 video playback. The Zoom… Read More Zoom H2n Update Lets You Record Immersive Audio For Virtual Reality
iMusicAlbum has updated FieldScaper, an advanced field recorder and mobile sound design app for iOS, adding enhanced field recorder capabilities, Dropbox support, inmproved Inter-App Audio support and more. Here’s what’s new in Fieldscaper 1.5:
In the latest episode of his iOS Update video series, host Mitch Gallagher demonstrates how how to route audio from your iOS device directly to your computer, without needing an audio interface.
Propellerhead shared this video tutorial, looking at levels and clipping when recording in Reason.
Cakefolder (Sam Di Nitride) has released a new album, Possibilities, that explores working within the limitation of performing everything live, using Korg Volca boxes and an Electribe 2. Each of the tracks was recorded live, on video, in the studio. “I went for a DAW-free music production process and videoed myself doing the performances,” he… Read More DAW-Free Electronic Music Recording With Cakefolder
Here’s an in-depth look at using the Keith McMillen K-Mix Programmable Mixer: