3 Shut Down Your Mobile Phone
1. Reduce the Number of Concurrent Apps to Stop Phone Hang
Each mobile phone comes has a limited amount of resources like memory (RAM)and processing power. If you overburden the phone beyond the capacity of theseresources, the phone may hang. So, you should try and minimize the number ofconcurrently running apps. There are a number of apps that run in thebackground. You can free the clogged memory by stopping the apps that youdon’t need at present.To see the list of currently running apps, go to Settings > Apps > RunningApp.
3. Shut Down Your Mobile Phone
Shutting down your phone every once in a while is a good idea because it willcompletely refresh the memory of phone. When you will restart your phone, itsmemory will be free of all the unnecessary pieces of data that were lingeringon and occupying the memory space.
5. Install Apps in External Memory (SD Card)
Most of the mobile phone users install all sorts of apps in their phones. Wheninstalling the apps, they don’t pay much attention to where the app is goingto be installed and what impact it can have on the performance of the phone.In most cases, by default, the apps get installed in the internal memory ofthe phone. This leaves lesser space for the running the apps and that in turncauses clogged memory. If your phone hangs, it is advisable to install apps inthe external memory (i.e. SD Card) of the phone. Usually the external memoryis larger than the internal memory. And external memory can also be easilyexpanded if required (instead of 2 GB card, just insert an 8 GB card!).Therefore, in external memory more apps can be easily installed withoutclogging the internal memory of the phone. This will save your phone fromhanging.For this you can set the default write disk. Go to Settings > Storage >Default write disk > Select SD Card. Please note that this setting isavailable in slightly different location in different mobile handsets. So, youmay have to do a bit of look around.
6. Move Installed Apps from Internal to External Memory
You can always move the already installed apps from internal to externalmemory. As explained above, this will give more internal memory space for thesmooth running of the apps. As a result your phone will not hang.Setting for moving installed apps is usually available under Settings > Apps.Image showing how to set default write disk and how to move app to SD card.
How to download apps directly to the App Library
Downloading apps from the App Store is one of the best parts about having aniPhone. When you download apps in iOS 14, they still land on the home screen —unless you would rather they bypass the home screen and go straight to the AppLibrary. In Settings, tap Home Screen and check that you want the new app toappear in the App Library and the home screen, or only the App Library. Youcan also choose to show notification badges on App Library icons. App iconsalways show up in the App Library, regardless.
How to organize apps on home screens and the dock
Even after you’ve sorted all your apps into handy folders, you could still endup with several screens full of apps. The new iOS App Library in iOS 14 canquickly solve that problem, as described above, but you can still choose tostick with the old folder arrangement to organize folders in a convenient way.On the front screen, you may want to have your most frequently-accessed apps,or perhaps the default apps that Apple includes. Alternately, you can justdedicate individual screens or parts of screens to specific app categories.The App Library in iOS 14 can do this for you, but you may want morediscretion in how to name your folders and what goes inside them.You can move icons to various positions on the same screen, or move them to adifferent screen by dragging the icon to the edge so that it movesautomatically. When you’re moving apps around on the screen, you don’t have todo one at a time. You can tap and hold an icon until it wiggles, and thenstart dragging it. Once you start moving it around, you can tap other appswith another finger to move them all to another screen or folder.Let’s not forget about the dock at the bottom of the phone. Apple placescertain apps it thinks most people will always use in the most accessibleplace, but you can sub out the apps that reside in the dock for any apps youprefer.It’s easy to navigate between different app pages—you’ll see a bright dot inthe dotted page indicator above the dock. This dog tells you what page you’reon, and you can switch to different pages or make new pages. If you see dotsnext to the bright dot, you can drag an app to the screen’s right side to moveit to the next page or swipe left to view that page’s apps. If you don’t seeany dots next to the bright dot, you’ll make a new page when you drag an appto the right. It’s smart to leave some blank space in your screen’s bottom rowbecause it lets you rearrange your apps without displacing your structure,gives you space to test out new apps you might delete later, and gives you aclutter-free look.
Set up the perfect home recording studio equipment, built with you in mind!
The subject of a home studio is extensive. This overview introduces the manytopics that a creative music maker needs to think about when building theirown. My goal here is to lead you gently through the mire, and allow you tofigure out what the requirements are for building a studio that works for yourliving space, musical needs and budget.Every home studio will be different because they are built to differentmusical needs and by different people. If you’re a songwriter producingfinished compositions with the aim of securing sync licenses, then your studiowill vary massively to a band hoping to submit music to record companies.Everyone’s will be different and personal to the artist, which makes them allthe more special to us.This article is for those of you who have already ventured into the world ofhigh-quality home audio recording as well as those who are absolute noviceslooking to build a basic home recording studio and mix music.
How much will a home recording studio cost to set up?
In short, anything between $500 – $2,500 if you are on a budget.Regardless of how you develop your studio, some amount of budget will beneeded. It will be mostly used to purchase equipment:Basic recording equipment (condenser mic + pop up filter (aka pop shield),studio monitors or studio headphones)This budget is dictated by what your musical requirements are. If you aremixing and mastering, or simply want to record a fragment of an idea, thereare home recording setups that are readily available.A suggestion for those who have tight budgets, there are music equipmentstores out there that have their own credit cards and can offer 0% for up to 4years to pay off equipment. Paying the equipment off over time allows you tokeep your studio relatively up-to-date. I have been paying off equipment foryears.The music business and trying to be creative is frustrating enough, so whyshould you be frustrated by not being able to record the music that comes toyou?
Where is your recording studio going to live in your home?
The size of the physical space will determine what you can do to get started.You can build it anywhere; your bedroom, basement, attic, garage, shed behindthe house, closet, kitchen or sitting in a chair with a laptop on your lap.Alternatively, your studio can be a portable one and travel with you if youwant, but we’re going to focus on static ones for now.Let’s assume for now that your space is pretty small. It is your bedroom, andyou figured out that if you relocate a few pieces of furniture, you can openup a small part of a wall. Next, get a small table near a plug socket able tohold either a laptop, computer and computer monitor, and some small speakers.Voila, your new recording space is prepared! Every room will sound differentlyso cupboards, curtains and furniture can all act as natural sound treatment,bass traps and acoustic panels.If you use a digital piano, MIDI keyboard or synthesizer keyboard as your midiinput device, then you will need additional space. Preferably, you want yourdigital keyboard directly in front of you facing the monitor while you areplaying. I’ve tried many variations on keyboard setups in my own studio andhave always gone back to this standard setup.I have also seen many home recording kits built on bookshelves to support themwithout a formal studio recording desktop. Imagination in home recordingstudio setup building is essential.If your budget will allow it, or as I mentioned earlier you’re willing to payit off a little at a time, you can look for studio surfaces, workstations, andstudio desks to fit your design.
Which recording software should I use?
When I first started recording, which was slightly after the Mesozoic era, theformat used to record was reel-to-reel tape recorders, a recording device thatrecorded to magnetic tape. Now, there is a vast array of home recordingsoftware on the market, or DAWs (digital audio workstations).A DAW has enough software power to finish complete mastered recordings, hereare some recent articles we did to compare the best around in the market.Current available and affordable DAWs include state of the art softwarepackages that are practically complete recording studios. There are DAWs outthere with learning curves that vary from the technically challenged all theway up to super-tech-geek status.The DAW you use in your home recording studio again depends on personalmusical choices. There are many free online beat makers available as well. Thebasic DAW starter packages currently on the market are capable of some prettysophisticated and polished recordings. Your choice of which DAW you decide onis based more on the type of music and recordings that you are needing.Another feature of the world of DAWs is plugins. These handy little sideprograms add specific control to aspects of a recording. There are numerousVST plugins being manufactured. This is a separate subject and research areafor home recording studio users.If you are working to create music on a budget, there are some DAW litepackages that are included within the basic software of new computers. Thisway, you can combine the computer and DAW into one purchase. The world of DAWis at your fingertips!|cta-link type=’producers’|
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