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Outboard Gear and Signal Chains

15th June 2017

Yes, this means that now you can take a photo of your very own Ruach, post it on instagram with the #myruach and have it appear on the Ruach Music site! And who knows, if it is a photo which grabs our attention it may even get reposted across our very own social media accounts!

Top Tips for Mixing Bass

15th June 2017

Yes, this means that now you can take a photo of your very own Ruach, post it on instagram with the #myruach and have it appear on the Ruach Music site! And who knows, if it is a photo which grabs our attention it may even get reposted across our very own social media accounts!

Top Tips for Recording Musicians

15th June 2017

Yes, this means that now you can take a photo of your very own Ruach, post it on instagram with the #myruach and have it appear on the Ruach Music site! And who knows, if it is a photo which grabs our attention it may even get reposted across our very own social media accounts!

  • Outboard Gear and Signal Chains

    22nd June 2017

    Signal chains are one of the more controversial aspects of recording music. Everyone wants to have the “most crisp vocal chain bro” or the “warmest bass signal path man.” What we mean when we say this is simply the gear your signal passes through from the source before it reaches your computer. Microphone/Line In The […]

  • Top Tips for Mixing Bass

    22nd June 2017

    Bass can be one of the most tricky elements of a mix to get right – especially if you have a bassist looming over your shoulder claiming the mix “needs more low end, bro” throughout the entire process. Here are a few pointers to help your bass shine in a track and hopefully keep the […]

  • Top Tips for Recording Musicians

    22nd June 2017

    So you’ve done it. You’ve managed to round the guys up, get enough practice sessions in and piece together a good 3 or 4 tracks. Next step is getting them recorded so you can start to show people how good your band really is outside of that cramped venue with a busted PA system. While […]

  • Top 5 Tips for Travelling Musicians

    22nd June 2017

    As a musician, travelling and touring is perhaps one of the best ways to get your name out there and make a few contacts along the way. If you’re thinking about travelling as a musician, here’s a few handy tips to put your mind at ease and help you along the way. Protective cases First […]

  • Which Power Supply Should I Get?!

    22nd June 2017

    Ground Loop Hum As talked about in our previous blog post, cheap power supplies such as those you see on eBay/Amazon for £30 just won’t do. They don’t isolate pedals from one another like they claim to do, and as mentioned before, they are basically glorified daisy chains with fancy blue lights. Daisy chains…don’t get […]

  • Getting Creative with Reverb

    22nd June 2017

    Reverbs and delays are like the salt and pepper of the music world. They’re pretty much essential and chances are you’ll find them in some shape or form on almost any piece of recorded or produced music. Using reverbs doesn’t have to be as simple and tedious as slapping a plugin on a vocal chain, […]

  • The Ruach Guide to Defeating Creative Block

    22nd June 2017

    Being a musician (or any type of creative person) means that writers block is inevitable. It’s going to happen at some point. You’re sitting there staring at a the same drum loop in a project file for hours on end, trawling through your brain to try and find some glimmer of inspiration in the hopes […]

  • Understanding Sub Frequencies, Phase Cancellation, Overtones and More!

    22nd June 2017

    Physics and music production/audio engineering aren’t two things you would often group together. However, if you’re involved with audio you’re constantly surrounded by physics whether you like it or not. So, if you thought physics ended when you left school think again because we’re about to give you a physics lesson audiophile style. Now can […]

  • How To Fix Ground Hum, Hiss and Noise

    22nd June 2017

    Undesirable Noise We’ve all heard it, a guitar player with a notoriously noisy rig. That hum that makes you just want to tell them to stop…please, and the hiss that makes you feel like you’re in a rattlesnake pit.  But fear not, it doesn’t have to be this way! Many players buy their amps, guitars […]

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