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‘O TEU PERFUME NO AR’ CATA-VENTO DEBUT SINGLE, OUT NOW

‘O TEU PERFUME NO AR’ CATA-VENTO DEBUT SINGLE, OUT NOW

Portuguese pop rock band Cata-Vento has released their debut single 'O Teu Perfume No Ar' on Soundcloud and soon with an official videoclip. 'O Teu Perfume No Ar' is the advance single for their upcoming debut album entitled 'Estórias E Memórias' to be released this year. On this amazing ballad, you can listen to their sound genesis featuring Gisela Cunha beautiful voice and a cutting-edge guitar solo by Tó Almeida "Yoli". Follow... Read more...

WHICH SAMPLE RATE SHOULD YOU USE TO RECORD, 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96 OR 192KHZ?

WHICH SAMPLE RATE SHOULD YOU USE TO RECORD, 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96 OR 192KHZ?

Usually, recording studios use 44.1kHz sample rate for a long time, but as computer technology evolves, higher sample rates are being used such as 48kHz, 88.2kHz, 96kHz and even 192khz. Our experience tells us, that there's no problem on still using 44.1kHz with 16 or 24bit, since the audio resolution we will get is pretty good and accurate, with smaller file sizes which will have a tenth of what you'll get if you use higher sample... Read more...

Purging Within | Recording Debut Album

Purging Within | Recording Debut Album

Lisbon-based thrash/death metallers Purging Within continue the ongoing process of recording their debut album yet untitled! The album will have 11 songs exploring the most inner feelings of all band members, AellaSpiritus on drums, vocals and synths, D'Influence on guitars and Black Soul on bass guitar! We know that this album will have various other musicians collaborations on solos, guitars, keys, and vocals. We hope to have some... Read more...

Our Process Of Recording, Mixing & Mastering

Our Process Of Recording, Mixing & Mastering

We often get some questions about our working methods, how and why we take such amount of time to have a final product! Here's a brief explanation on how we usually process recording, editing, mixing and mastering on our studio. Recording Vocals and Instruments This might mean just running through the whole song a few times, or it might mean doing each section individually. It could be just a few takes, or it could be 20+ (usually if it’s... Read more...