A variety of ways to capture the performance so it can be brought back alive…
Mixing a small number of channels while retaining the full frequency spectrum, intimacy, and dynamics may be the pinnacle of the craft.
Key aspects that result in better mixes, with more gain before feedback and improved coverage – the magic won’t happen without understanding the basics.
Regardless if you decide to master yourself or use a mastering engineer, here are some approaches to help you get the most out of your mastering session.
A veteran front of house engineer shares some tricks and techniques for managing multiple guitars in stereo or mono mixing scenarios.
One of the hardest things to record can be a vocalist who is not comfortable with the studio conditions.
We can learn a lot from listening to orchestral music
Looking at the basics of mixing vocals against backing tracks, along with the story behind the “music disc versus data disc” conundrum.
By studying the recording techniques used back then, we may get some clues about improving our recordings today