3. Recording and Sharing Your Music - Deepstash

3. Recording and Sharing Your Music

  1. Hook up your microphone and audio interface to your computer.
  2. Record live instruments or vocals with your microphone.
  3. Use software instruments to add drum beats, synthesizers, or samples.
  4. Edit your song to remove background noise and make instruments on beat.
  5. Adjust the mix of your song to raise or lower the instruments’ volumes.
  6. Export your song as a WAV or MP3 file.
  7. Upload your song online so you can share it with other people.


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1. Getting the Right Gear

  1. Choose a digital audio workstation so you can record and mix your music.
  2. Buy a condenser microphone and stand to record vocals or live instruments.
  3. Get an audio interface to connect instruments and mics to a computer.
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