Continuing our in depth studio production series with recording engineer Clint Murphy we look at Clint's Floor Mic technique. The video is only a few minutes long and shows the placement that Clint uses, the compression settings and most importantly, how it actually sounds.
Continuing this series with Clint Murphy we take a look at Clint's 'Fake Slam Mic' technique.
Austen Kilburn met with Mike Exeter to talk about getting the best possible drum sound on a tight budget and in a room not designed for recording.
In this episode of Mike Cave's mixing tips he tells Russell Cottier about his methods for getting a better sounding mix.
In this episode of Mike Cave's mixing tips he tells Russell Cottier about his methods for getting a better vocal sound and getting vocals to sit better in the mix.
George Shilling is an in-demand producer and recording engineer with a vast wealth of experience.
Dave Kerzner of Sonic Reality was working with both Alan Parsons and Nick Mason (Pink Floyd's drummer) to create a sample library creating as close a copy to the original drum sound as possible of Dark Side of the Moon.
Russ Hello and welcome to the RecordProduction.com masterclass tips. We are at Loft Studios in Liverpool with Mike Cave.
We set up an unusual Drum Recording day at Far Heath Studios with recording engineer Angus Wallace.
A number of leading recording engineers and record producers gathered at Modern World Studios in the UK countryside mid January 2010 to record a series of drum recording masterclass videos.
Mike Fraser started his career at Vancouver’s infamous recording studio “Little Mountain Sound”. “Fraze’s” discography speaks for itself - Aerosmith, AC/DC, Rush and others have used Mike’s engineering and predominately mixing skills album after album.
Special thanks to Ken Scott, Bill Cobham and Sonic Reality for making this feature possible. This is a greatest "hits" collection unlike any other.
Phil English and Nick Mailing chat about microphone techniques for recording guitar cabs.
Steve Winwood's recording engineer James Towler shows his drum recording microphone setups at Steve's Wincraft Studios. James Towler took time out to run us through his mic placement on stage during the set up of a Steve Winwood gig.
Special thanks to Ken Scott, Bob Siebenberg and Sonic Reality for making this feature possible. This is a greatest "hits" collection unlike any other.