Recording & Mixing articles
Fab Talks Recording - An interview with Grammy-winning producer/engineer Fab Dupont
One of the most high-profile producer/engineers working today, Fab Dupont has accumulated an impressive and eclectic credit list that includes Shakira, Jennifer Lopez, David Crosby, Snarky Puppy, Bon Jovi, Queen Latifah, Marc Anthony, Babyface, Brazilian Girls, Nat King Cole, Bebel Gilberto, Toots and the Maytals and many others. With four Gramm...
- 11/27/16Getting started
Setting up the headphone mix - The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 11
As we saw in the previous article, the comfort of the musician is crucial to getting a good performance, and hence a precondition for every good recording. And this comfort depends largely on the subject that we will tackle today: the headphone mix.
- 11/25/16Getting started
Artistic automation or what you can learn from movies - A guide to mixing music - Part 107
So, what can you learn from the movie analogy from last week? That's what we are about to see right this moment!
- 11/23/16Getting started
The importance of pre-production - The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 10
In this week's episode we will discuss something that ought to precede any attempt to record your music. Considered optional by some, pre-production is often ignored by beginners. And yet they are the ones who stand to gain the most from it...
- 11/17/16Getting started
Artistic automation - A guide to mixing music - Part 106
After having discussed the functional aspect of automation, it's time to look at it from an artistic point of view.
- 11/11/16Getting started
Look after the musicians - The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 9
Having the best gear in the world and being an audio engineer without equal is very nice, but unfortunately that doesn't mean you'll be able to make the best records.
- 11/06/16Getting started
Alternatives to functional automation - A guide to mixing music - Part 105
The smartest among you might have realized, after reading the previous article, that most of the problems addressed with functional automation can be solved in other ways, which is something we'll look into today...
- 11/01/16Getting started
Functional automation - A guide to mixing music - Part 104
After addressing the "whys" of automation last week it's only logical that we start looking into the "hows" this week.
- 10/30/16Getting started
Recording a flute - The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 8
Today we'll see how to record a transverse flute.
Todd Whitelock on Jazz Engineering - Talking technique with one of the top jazz engineers in the business
Though he has a Music Production and Engineering degree from Berklee, Todd Whitelock says it was on-the-job training that helped him become one of the top recording engineers in the jazz world. Whitelock, who also engineers classical and pop sessions as well as film scores and Broadway cast albums, got his professional start as an engineer at NY...