Thomann's Cool Online Guides
Here's a list of our current Online Guides. Each one extends over several pages and explains a specific product area in simple terms with the aid of pictures and diagrams, covering their history, use, and different types. Some documents cover complete setups, and others specific techniques of use. If youre unsure of how to go about choosing the right product for you, or you just want to know more about any of these topics, read on!
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Computers can be very complicated. We're here to offer some advice!
Our aim is to explain the basic process of recording the electric guitar!
In this guide well outline the basic principles of studio monitors, and take a closer look at their most common features.
There is a wide range of audio interfaces available, and in the end, choosing the right one comes down to your personal preference.
This article will look at how to integrate a computer into different studio environments, and will highlight the issues of functionality and connectivity.
These days, musicians are experiencing the increasing complexity of their instruments and devices at first hand - regain some of the control you've lost!
The multitracker is a great tool for musicians of all levels. It really can be a studio in a box replacing many of the components of a traditional studio.
Microphone preamps, are analogue devices that will remain important even as most other equipment is superseded by digital alternatives.
All you ever wanted to know about the small helpers called headphone preamps ... can be found here
The monitor controller is an elegant solution to a relatively new problem, and is invaluable in the project and commercial studio alike.
This article will look at what MIDI is, how its used to connect different devices, and some of the more popular MIDI interfaces.
This article will look at how a DSP accelerator can be a useful part of your computer-based studio, and also at their limitations.
We're looking forward to hearing from you and aim to solve any problems as soon as we can.