Up to now, how did musicians with recording projects find their team, their recording studio, their mixing engineer, their mastering engineer? By their personal network and word of mouth… That’s great if you are an insider. Not so great if you are an outsider, like most of us homestudio owners! That’s where SoundBetter.com can help….
Although he denies it, Phil Tan is a very successful Mixing Engineer out of Atlanta. With some 200 mixes per year, his credits are huge and his work has earned him 3 grammy awards… So far! I post this MasterClass he did at Full Sail University in 2013 because it is full of insight both…
Avid is promoting its gear with the “heart of a teacher” 🙂 If you are a beginner and you want to peak into pro-level production process, you will find this 6-part video series interesting. For my part, I found it interesting to see the type of gear used by Fab Dupont, the producer. I also…
If you are a fan of analog, this is a fascinating piece. With the help of 3 cohorts, Jean-Michel Jarre reproduces live his 1976 masterpiece “Oxygene”. Listen to that timeless / beautiful sound. Look at the way it is produced. Here is the list of gear used here: ARP 2600 A.K.S Synthesizer EMS VCS3 R.M.I….
The HomeStudio Blog deserved a logo, and the holidays being here… A group of talented designers from 99designs have worked on this very subject. Help me pick the best logo: http://en.99designs.fr/logo-design/vote-4e4qux Thank you 🙂 Axel