Steve Catizone of Infinite Recording (Black Eyed Peas, Charli XCX, Justin Bieber, Wyclef Jean, Godsmack, Alanis Morrissette, Big Sean), located in the Boston area, has decades of experience producing and engineering artists across the musical spectrum. We recently connected with Steve to get his insights on the importance of having the right vibe in the studio, get the scoop on several student hires, and talk about mentoring during the global pandemic…
Lessons taught thru Infinite Recording, onsite and online with Zoom, FaceTime & Skype.
A quick tutorial on converting MIDI to Audio in Ableton Live. The best part of Ableton Live is mangling and manipulating it. Flipping it backwards, warping it into something new and different. Here is a quick tutorial showing you how to convert from MIDI to Audio.
As 2020 begins to end and the new year approaches around the corner, we at Infinite Recording are extremely excited for what is to come for the new year! For starters, we’ve created a brand new YouTube channel where we’ll begin to release content from our studio! Take a look at our first video below […]
If a tree falls in the woods and no one is there to hear it, does it make a sound? Let’s start by giving sound a clear definition. Sound is a concept that we create when a vibration in the air hits our ears and sends signals to our brain for it to process. When […]
Fear not, SUPER STAR!! Struggling with pitch in the studio and in live performances is normal for many vocalists, especially if you’re a beginner. Booking a session in a professional recording studio is super exciting for any vocalist. You can’t wait. That day finally comes and the studio looks awesome! In the booth, you feel […]
When adding a track’s final touches, a very important and often forgotten step is making sure your creation sounds fuller and/or wider. What exactly is widening when it comes to audio production?
What Efficient People Have in Common: You can’t become more productive overnight. But if you make small changes and put some of these habits into place, you’ll be well on your way to becoming more efficient. Here are 18 habits of highly successful people to help you increase productivity and become highly efficient: Focus on […]
There are common mistakes that everyone eventually makes when tracking, mixing & mastering. Here are 9 to look out for.
Here are 5 quick tips for beginners in audio production… by Tasha Beck
The Age-Old question of the Chicken & the Egg, which came first? There are different theories as to what works and what doesn’t, here is a little insight into the question.
Audio latency refers to a short period of delay (usually measured in milliseconds) between when an audio signal enters and when it emerges from a system. In computer based audio systems a certain amount of latency, known as audio buffering, is necessary to ensure that playback, recording and processing results in an error-free audio stream without dropouts or glitches.