This is what I did, not because I knew it was a good idea, but only because that's all that occurred to me to do. I'm glad I did it that way because I now have at least the basic confidence to know I...
Liked On: 02-14-2014, 06:43 PM
4x4 sounds like a better dimention to me. When your done try putting one behind a guitar amp. Phenomenal cleaning up of the low end
Liked On: 02-04-2014, 08:29 PM
Mixing room by far is important. In a recording room a little bit of well placed roxul will do a ton. The absorber/gobos I built placed close to the mics I am recording do a TON. If you treat the...
Liked On: 02-02-2014, 01:59 PM
Liked On: 01-29-2014, 07:57 PM
hell you could get some artist canvas and oil paint some shit on there to make it look cool :beerbangX:
Liked On: 01-14-2014, 03:15 PM
*** Check This Guy Out.. His prices are very low. He states his products as "sound proofing" material. But it is not. He Has a wide variety of Studio Foam. Basically it is all Auralex type stuff....
Liked On: 01-02-2014, 03:23 PM
I've been using this compressor all over the place. All buttons in, needle moving a little. This is often cooler then the hardware 1176 because it is slightly less dramatic but still pushes things...
Liked On: 10-26-2013, 08:26 AM
I really like this use of gating and limiting for a nice big up-close yet massive room sound. I think I will use this in an upcoming track of mine! Cheers :)
Liked On: 10-07-2013, 01:24 PM
Oh, it doesn't matter. The monitored signal on the way in is identical the signal being recorded. I don't remember how hot I was recording when I checked that -60dB number. It's been a long...
Liked On: 10-04-2013, 09:07 PM
20 dB of headroom is plenty. If your EQ is giving you slight noise issues but you want to keep using it, switch to 14 dB headroom instead and see if you like it.
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Liked On: 12-29-2012, 06:49 PM
Ha ! Washing clothes is work. Pushing a button on a washing machine isn't. Maybe it's just less non-work : ) Time for a cold beer
Liked On: 12-26-2012, 08:01 PM
Awesome blog, paul999! People often ask if analog is "better" than digital and that is the wrong question. The right question is "How do I get the sound in my head?" More importantly, how do...
Liked On: 12-23-2012, 07:59 PM
Yes, EQ is paramount. When I first started this I had no idea how much EQ I'd be using. Lately I'm discovering that subtractive EQ usually goes further than boosting EQ; I probably cut 4X more than I...
Liked On: 12-22-2012, 01:58 PM
My 2.0 cents... I couldn't tell a difference with the voiceover, but it was substantial for the guitars. The Mytek was a lot more open, a bit more "special". I have a LOT more experience listening to...
Liked On: 12-21-2012, 10:51 AM
I just want to say it's been a while since I've been on here, but it's really great to be back. Sick stuff going on in RR land I can see.. I come back and there's new thread organization, new people I haven't seen before, and a freaking Rhino Kick Drum thing going on, this is great! I just have to add that it's so important for everyone to keep there head in this community because I've solved a couple problems just being on here this evening and wandering around for an hour or so. I've been busy
From what I've learned over the past year, I know that placement and balance along with proper filtering is what really makes up the majority of a good sounding mix. Effects are there for enhancement purposes and are indeed very important.. but not my biggest hurdle.
Here is pretty much everyone's biggest hurdle whether they realize it or not: EQ
Without filtering, volume and clarity are not often found. Without proper low end filtering, everything is usually muddy
I thought I'd take some actual time and respond to someone's simple, yet HUGE, question. This is an actual answer that could steer them in the right direction.
I know... Crazy Huh?
Here's the big popper:
Any tips on getting that big studio sound ?
Impossible to answer in one sentence and actually give someone credible advice.. but we all know that, right?
Define "Big Studio Sound"...
Is that the sound where
We all struggle in one way or another, and we also get caught up in things that, when it's over and done with, we've regretted. We also have our own personalities that can trigger some of these things that can affect our performance when mixing in either a good way or a bad way. As a matter of fact, it's our own personal level of incompetence that makes us who we are as current or future musicians\engineers\producers.
Recognize Your Natural Tendencies
For me, I tend to over
This isn't just an idiotic rant about my loathing of large food product companies.... maybe you'll get something out of this but probably not. I am ready to fall asleep but wanted to make this point in the odd way that I did. I will be thrilled if even one of you understands what I am saying.
My wife grabs cranberry juice at the store sometimes..in the juice aisle next to all the OTHER 100% JUICE PRODUCTS.
Okay keep listening.