This blog addresses the problem of every budding Music Producer- whether he is pursuing Music Production Course or starting out with his budget setup. Almost every aspiring music programmer ends up thinking that their budget gear is not good enough. More often than not, this makes them go on a wild shopping spree wanting to buy the best audio interface, the best mic, the best MacBook, etc. While an audio gear upgrade might improve the audio quality, it is seldom a necessary requirement. In this blog we will address some workarounds that can improve the performance of whatever DAW the music programmer is using be it Logic Pro, Ableton Live, Cubase, Reason, etc. To best utilize the full potential of the DAW, it is advisable for a beginner to undergo formal training through Music Production Courses. 1)Buffer size: When recording audio into your computer, the amount of time allotted for processing the audio is called the Buffer Size. Often times a smaller..