Watch leading recording engineers talking on camera about recording in the pro and home studio. Learn their unique and special recording tips, learn how to record and mix better.
Dan Austin is a leading British producer & recording engineer well know for his amazing guitar and drum sounds.
Getting a good sounding recording with a guitarist that's also singing can be challenging. Top recording engineer Russell Cottier shows 3 tips on how to get the best acoustic guitar and voice recording using a single microphone.
Sean Genockey is a London-based record producer, mixer, songwriter and guitarist and in this video shows 7 mic placement techniques - you can substitute the more expensive microphones with cheaper alternatives.
Mike Exeter met up with Barry Bayliss at Gospel Oak Studios near Birmingham, UK, to compare a range of microphones for recording acoustic guitar. Some of the microphones were very affordable and a few more expensive mics were thrown in too.
Woodworm Studios was the venue for our Metal Recording Masterclass in 2015. This is a short extract of that feature where Mike Exeter and Clint Murphy discuss placement of mics. The two mics of choice are the affordable Sure Sm57 and ribbon Royer.
Russell Cottier talks recording guitars with legendary producer, engineer and mix engineer Andrew Scheps. In this short video segment taken from our hour long interview at Monnow Valley Studios recently this feature covers Andrew's love of recording guitars.
Clint was at ICP Studios working on a project and found what he describes as an insane amount of vintage microphones so felt compelled to try one of the more unusual mics, the Neumann CMV-4, and recorded a side by side comparrison with the more...
Phil English and Nick Mailing chat about microphone techniques for recording guitar cabs.