Inside The Recording Studio
Chris and Jody take on the world of mic models. What are they? How do the work? Should you use one? Why are they useful? Who makes them and what do they sound like. The put the icing on the cake we also unleash Chris and Jody's Friday Finds. What did the.
Jody asks Chris to discuss the biggest lesson he's learned for recording in the DAW era. Chris reveals his workflow about not mixing and writing at the same time. Who did Chris learn it from? What is that process? Find out. It's also not unlikely that th.
The 1176 is considered a classic in the audio world. What exactly is the 1176? What type of compressor is it? What kind of controls? Chris & Jody go thru the history of the 1176, various brands of it, hardware and software. It's also not unlikely that th.
Chris asks Jody to discuss the biggest lesson he's learned for recording in the DAW era. Jody reveals his workflow and using using multiple DAW files in his process from tracking to mastering. Who did Jody learn it from? What are these files? Find out. I.
We get into the recording and production of the album Spilt Milk by Jellyfish. From the musicians and producers involved to the various stages of the process of creating the song to the final recorded version. It's also not unlikely that there will also .
Chris and I discuss what we like to do to clean up vocal tracks before sending them to a mix. Various plugins we use, various editing methods we use. It's also not unlikely that there will also be some nonsense discussed.
You've heard the term re-amping but how do you actually achieve doing it. Chris & Jody go into the little details of how to set yourself up for re-amping success. From the methods of doing it, to the gear you can use. It's also not unlikely that there wi.
It's a common question, what do you use on the Master Bus and why do you do it? Chris and I discuss a couple of different methods of what you would do with the Master Bus. It's also not unlikely that there will be some nonsense discussed.
We discuss what exactly is a chain for recording, specifically we breakdown what a vocal chain is and why we use them. All about getting a better vocal recording for you or for your clients. It's also not unlikely that there will be some nonsense discuss.
We go on with part 2 of our 2 part discussion on how to deal with arranging a song when you're recording in the studio. Part 2 goes over the ideas of knowing the song inside and out, determining whether you should be tracking from top to bottom or going .