Posts Tagged ‘recording’
Tweet Part 3 of 3 video interviews with Diamond Duggal from the band Swami. Diamond talks about recording guitars for the new album ‘Upgrade’.
Tweet Printz Board, the musical director for The Black Eyed Peas, welcomes us into his self-proclaimed “lab” to witness him creating a song from scratch. In this eye-opening look at the creative process Printz begins like we all do: File — New. After glancing around the random technology on his desk he settles on
Tweet Recording Electric Guitar by Myles Boisen The electric guitar (“El Gtr” in engineer shorthand) is one of the easiest instruments to record. Even a modest rig-a good guitar coupled with a decent amplifier-makes the engineer’s job a cinch, offering plenty of level, a variety of easily adjustable tones, and-with most modern amps, at least-an [...]
Tweet Importing Midi & Wav Files Into Reason for Music Production By: Mark Spacey We all know that Reason Refills are a great way to expand the already bulging factory soundset included with Reason, but how do you import other sounds into this versatile piece of music production software? We’ll start off by looking at [...]
Tweet Vocal Plugin Chain Set Up Example 1 Quite often people ask what plugins I use on vocals and in what order. To help answer this question I will periodically post pictures of the different vocal chain set ups I use. In this particular example I was after a ‘breathy’ and ‘airy’ vocal sound for [...]
Tweet Acoustic Treatment in Home and Project Studios by Simon Duggal In critical listening environments such as a recording, mixing and mastering studios, it is imperitive that the sound from the speakers is true and accurate.
Tweet The Importance of Objective Music Mastering to Get That Hit Sound By: Hans Klein Passion is a key ingredient to creating good music. Without it, the artist is never going to put his or her full emotion into the music.