Resources/Knowledge Base

Hey guys! Here you will find all of my helpful articles and how to type stuff. I will be frequently adding to this page, so please check back periodically!


  1. The 9-5 paradigm (my first post ever on Home studio basics)
  3. The best version of yourself


  1. My thought process and How I review

FL Studio/Beatmaking

  1. How to sample in FL studio | From Youtube!
  2. How to sample in FL studio | Using the MPD!
  3. How to EQ in FL studio | A beginners guide!
  4. How to sample from vinyl | + FL Studio’s Edison
  5. What is MIDI?


  1. Condenser mic vs. Dynamic mic
  2. The difference between a USB microphone and an XLR microphone
  3. What is a cardioid capsule?
  4. Large diaphragm vs. Small diaphragm


  1. Closed back vs. Open back headphones
  2. What is Soundstage?
  3. What does Sibilant mean?
  4. What is the Sennheiser veil?
  5. How to choose a headphone amp!
  6. Tube amp vs. solid state
  7. The best headphone amp for the Sennheiser HD 800
  8. What is a headphone driver?
  9. What is headphone impedance?
  10. The best headphone amp for the money
  11. How do noise cancelling headphones work?
  12. Do headphones need to be burned in?
  13. What is Sensitivity in Headphones?

Audio Interface/Sound

  1. Bit depth vs. Sample rate
  2. What is latency?
  3. Preamp vs. Interface
  4. TRS vs. TS
  5. Acoustic Sound Treatment
  6. What is Timbre?
  7. What is a Soundcard?
  8. What are Studio monitors?
  9. What does an audio interface do?
  10. What is XLR?
  11. What is SPL?
  12. The Audio Interface: USB vs. Firewire
  13. What does an audio mixer do?

more to come, stay tuned..

All the best and God bless,





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    • Hi James!

      Well mixing and EQing go hand in hand. Mixing is basically just adjusting and blending the tracks until you get the best sound possible. It’s equalizing the different bands such as low bass, bass, high mid, mid, and highs to achieve a balanced overall sound. A limiter is a lot like a compressor, but is used to reduce peaks and spikes in the recording. A compressor is used to make the overall sound louder without increasing the gain and causing the track to clip and distort. Over compressing can cause distortion however. It’s always important to remember to avoid this.

      Hope that helps. Let me know.


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