Audio Issues strives to give audio enthusiasts a solid understanding of the various aspects of producing music. Audio Issues supplies easy to use, practical production tips about music and audio recording. We offer you everything you need to know when it comes to producing your own music in your home recording studio, recording instruments as well as mixing and mastering.
From the Editor
Hi, my name is Björgvin Benediktsson. Welcome to Audio Issues.
I’ve always been heavily involved with music, playing in bands and analyzing what makes the songs I love so good. The passion for music spurred my interest into the technical side of things, and in 2006, I began working as a live sound technician back home in Iceland.
Since then, I’ve been involved with projects in the field of live sound, for many of the biggest events in Iceland. I have also taught classes on music production and audio engineering, teaching the technical side of recording and mixing.
I am an alumni from the Audio Engineering program at the SAE Institute where I graduated, at the top of my class in 2009. During my studies I received hands-on training in all the aspects of audio engineering and music production, using high quality audio equipment to record and mix various projects and musicians.
I am a regular writer for AudioTuts+, a highly successful audio production blog, where I contribute tutorials and articles about audio engineering and music mixing.
I also wrote the ebook How to Record Great Music…with whatever equipment you got, in collaboration with Rockable Press, Envato’s publishing company.
Press and Interviews
The Envato podcast interviewed me about my eBook, How to Record Great Music…With Whatever Equipment You Got!
Additionally, I’ve been a guest host on the Home Recording Show quite a few times, always having a blast talking about audio and gear.
- Show 190 – AES 2012 recap and more!
- Show 177 – Ryan tries REAPER; Recording Strategies; and more!
- Show 158 – Audio Interfaces revisited
- Show 146 – Line2Amp Vs ProRMP and more
Audio Issues has gone through a few transformations in its lifetime. It was originally a blog called Audio Tip a Day, then it became www.audio-production-tips.com, and now it finally it resides on its own domain using the WordPress blogging platform. This web page is a tool to further research and share my knowledge with you readers out there. I hope you enjoy what you learn from this site.
Thanks for visiting.
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