How to Re-Amp - A Guide to Re-Amping TechniquesLearning
Re-amping is a technique that gained a lot of popularity in the last 15 years. The technique’s obvious advantages are numerous...
Masterclass on Brass recording with George Massenburg - In the Studio with George Massenburg: Recording Wind InstrumentsLearning
After having shared with us how he records drums, vocals, guitars and organ, now George Massenburg tells us how he deals with wind instruments.
Masterclass on Guitar, Vocals & Organ Recording with Ge… - In the Studio with George MassenburgLearning
The second part of the masterclass with George Massenburg is dedicated to vocals, guitar and organ miking. It is the perfect opportunity for George Massenburg to point out the advantages of recording…
Masterclass with George Massenburg on Drums Recording - In The Studio with George Massenburg: Drums RecordingLearning
Face to face with George Massenburg on drums recording: ever dreamed about it? AudioFanzine and Jukebox Ltd. have made it real. We are very proud to bring you this video.
Interview with Ned Douglas - Super Heavy Sound Made in L.A.Interview / Podcast
Last may, we heard that Dave Stewart (Eurythmics) and Mick Jagger had teamed up to form SuperHeavy, an international "superband" also formed with Joss Stone, Damian Marley and AR Rahman (film compos…
Composite Vocal Tracks, Compression, and Reverb - Vocals Processing Tips: Part 2Learning
Hard disk recording techniques have affected every aspect of recording, including vocals. Although overdubbing vocals has been a common technique for years, today's programs let you do multiple track…
From the Basic to the Esoteric, Here Are Proven Ways to… - Vocals Processing Tips: Part 1Learning
It was late at night, at a live-in-concert recording session in Germany. As several thousand fans waited anxiously, the vocalist walked onstage, and picked up a set of headphones. I saw him plug them…
Proven Ways to Enhance Your Vocals - Recording & Processing the Ultimate VocalLearning
So what’s the best way to record vocals these days? The answer, of course, is that anything goes if it gives the sound you want. Following are some of the possibilities.
Sometimes Little Improvements Add Up to Big Ones - Quieter Recordings - One dB at a TimeLearning
The whole is equal to the sum of its parts…as anyone who ever used analog tape will attest. Who can forget that feeling of hearing yet another contribution to the noise floor whenever you brought up …
Whether for Recording or Live Performance, the Right EQ… - Making Equalization Work For YouLearning
Equalization is one of the most important and powerful tools in the recording enthusiast’s arsenal, yet too many people adjust equalization with their eyes – not their ears. For example, one time aft…
iPhone/iPod Touch Sequencers Report - My iPhone is a SequencerLearning
In addition to recording music with your iPhone, you can also edit and produce your music with the little magic machine. A DAW in your pocket!
Exclusive Interview Reveals Production Tips and Tricks - Infected Mushroom Sound AlchemyInterview / Podcast
Innovators, geek tricksters, obsessive-perfectionists, un-serious, electronic-rock geniuses? Time will tell, yet The Legend of the Black Shawarma, Infected Mushroom’s 7th album release will certainly…
Recording Bass - In the Studio with Michael Wagener Pt.4 - BassLearning
We've already dealt with drums and guitar, now it's time for the bass...
Recording Electric Guitar - In the Studio with Michael Wagener Pt.3 - Electric GuitarLearning
After having detailed how he records drums, Michael Wagener tackled guitars in this episode.
Recording Drums Part 2 - In the Studio with Michael Wagener - Part 2Learning
After explaining how he mics up drums, Michael Wagener now talks more about ribbon microphones, which he considers much less understood than their condenser or dynamic counterparts.