All this month, I have the pleasure of being a part of four of Presonus’s weekly “Presonus Live” events. These are living streaming sessions where they cover everything from product announcements to in-depth training.

Last week, I did an acoustic guitar vocal “Riff to Release” session, where I:

  • Recorded a guitar/vocal recording of one of my songs
  • Configured the best mic placement to maximize quality and minimize bleed
  • Mixed the song.
  • Mastered the song.
  • Released the song in my Nimbit store.

All in one hour.

It was a lot of fun, and I even managed to knock over my mic stands right in the middle. Ha!

If you want to see how much you really can accomplish in 60 minutes, watch this video:

(Can’t see the video? Try watching it here.)

2 Responses to “How to Record and Release a Song in an Hour [Video]”

  1. John Kyle

    This is so helpful.I am just now re-setting up a home studio, and am going to record some vocal/guitar songs. You are close to convincing me to switch from Ableton Live to Studio One, even though I don’t have all the sweet PreSonus hardware (yet.) Hey,and the human stuff in this video is just as inspiring as all the knowledge. It reminds me know that I am not the only one who knocks over mics 🙂


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