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Studio Quick Tips

By Brandon S Hire
In Recording Techniques
Feb 28th, 2017
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  MELDAPRODUCTION MMULTIANALYZER NOISE FLOOR ANALYSIS WITH EXPANDER ENGAGED In the first picture, you’ll see 4 colored bands on the analyzer. The red band is the noise floor of my interface, and it’s reading down around -110dbfs. The dark orange band at the very bottom is where the expander is p...
By Brandon S Hire
In Recording Techniques
Feb 25th, 2017
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Gain Staging: What to know, & why you shouldn’t stress too much about it! By Brandon S Hire Noise Floor (This is a script to a video that will be included in an upcoming series on post production. I decided to make the script its own post because of the amount of confusion there is […]...
By Steve Perrino
In Recording Techniques
Feb 25th, 2017
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3 Reasons Why Pre-Production Is Essential Steve Perrino of Compass Audio Most musicians agree that there is a huge difference between your live show and your recordings. There is a lot of energy in a live performance due to volume and visuals, but there are certain things that you need to do in a rec...
By Brandon S Hire
In Recording Techniques
Feb 24th, 2017
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Understanding Drum Sample Libraries From bedroom producers, to the top brass mixing engineers with multiple grammies, there are a lot of people who use drum samples in their mixes. Joey Sturgis is famous for using Kick 10 from Steven Slate Drums in many of his productions (although now Joey Sturgis h...
By Brandon S Hire
In Recording Techniques
Feb 19th, 2017
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By Brandon S Hire
In Recording Techniques
Feb 19th, 2017
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Drum triggers. What they are, and how they work. A drum trigger is a microphone. Nothing more. It picks up the sound of the drum and sends the audio to the source. The source usually is an audio to midi converter either in the box or outside of the box, but that doesn’t have to […]...
By Richard L'Hommedieu
In Recording Techniques
Jun 9th, 2014
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UltraChannel™ is Eventide’s new 64-bit native channel strip plug-in for AU, VST, and AAX64 for Mac and PC featuring micro pitch functionality from our flagship H8000, stereo delays with variable feedback paths, plus two stages of compression, gating, and five bands of parametric EQ. UltraChanne...
By Richard L'Hommedieu
In Studio Quick Tips
May 23rd, 2014
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Studio Quick Tip – Getting Better Mixes   Sometimes you just have to live with the room that you have, especially in small home studios. The large commercial studios spend thousands of dollars on acoustic treatments and tuning of their control rooms to be a critical listening environment. You on...
By Richard L'Hommedieu
In In The Studio
Apr 30th, 2014
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Studio Quick Tip! So you have a studio and you want to record a live band complete with Drums, Guitar and Bass. One of the problems you will encounter is finding ways to create shielding between the instruments. When it comes to drums, besides a dedicated drum booth, most commercial drum shields work...
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