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Masterclass on Guitar, Vocals & Organ Recording with George Massenburg

In the Studio with George Massenburg

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 a band live...

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Once again, it is all a matter of your choice of microphones and their positioning. In order to help you understand the importance of these factors, below the video you'll find a small diagram indicating how the space was used and where the musicians were standing during the recording session.

A big thank you to our partner JukeBox, to the band La Glue and of course to George Massenburg.

 

Evidemment, il est de nouveau question de choix et de positionnement de micros et, histoire que vous compreniez bien les enjeux de ce placement, vous trouverez sous la vidéo un petit shéma détaillant l’organisation de l’espace et le placement des musiciens lors de la session.

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