Use These Methods of Improving Your Guitar Tone During a Recording Session

When you and your band are at a place such as Coming Home Studio and are beginning to warm up during your first in-studio recording session, the excitement you’re experiencing may quickly turn to panic when you realize that your guitar tone sounds nothing like what you’re used to. It’s true that even with the same instrument and amplifier, a guitar’s tone can change dramatically based on the environment in which it’s being played. While your sound engineer can likely provide you with some suggestions, only you will truly know the exact sound you want to get. Here are some simple…
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3 Trade Show Booth Features To Attract Attention

Do you have a trade show coming up? Do you want to make sure your booth gets as much attention from attendees as possible? If this trade show is like most, then the competition for attention will be fierce. Trade show attendees usually have lots of options and they may not give each booth more than a passing glance. To win their attention, you’ll likely need more than just a table and some pop-up displays. Fortunately, there are a number of things you can do when designing your booth to make sure you get plenty of attention. Here are three…
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Making Words Memorable: How A “Quote Creator” Helps You As A Teacher

Quotes and quips of a historical nature are relevant to your students’ education. They also can help them understand how events took place, and why historical figures thought and felt the way they did. Pop culture merchandise, from T-shirts to coffee mugs, all quote famous people. Shakespeare to Einstein to Bill Gates all have quotes imprinted on stuff you can buy. However, this is not stuff you can put into a classroom, nor can you wear as a teacher on a daily basis, so how do you put your favorite quotes in your classroom? You can use a “quote creator,”…
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How Is New Court Reporting Technology Making Lives Easier — And Creating Jobs?

If you’ve ever considered a career as a court reporter, you may be wondering whether new technology is poised to render many court reporting jobs obsolete or redundant. Fortunately, most of the country’s court reporters are quickly adapting and making this technology work for them (as well as for litigants). Read on to learn more about how advancements in voice recognition and transcribing software are making the court reporting process quicker, cheaper, and more accurate, as well as what those who are interested in court reporting should do to adapt to this changing market: Speech-to-text transcribing systems If you have…
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