Back in the day we used this old saying: “you can’t fix it in the mix.” This is no longer true today since we can fix almost anything in the mix.
Tag Archives | recording
I love those Tiny Desk concerts. Josh Rogosin, the audio engineer behind Tiny Desk, has a few super useful audio tips to share.
The new free Music Memos app by Apple is a brilliant way to record musical sketches by using an iPhone/iPad. It allows you to record an audio track which automatically will be analysed on its chord structure.
It all comes from somewhere and it all happens at a certain moment in time someplace, somewhere. It was happening when when Miles Davis was recording Kind of Blue at Columbia’s 30th Street Studio in New York City. It was happening when Donald Fagen was recording the Nightfly at Soundworks Digital Audio/Video Recording Studios and […]
“Comparing the work of The Beatles to modern music is unfair: The Beatles were innovating, experimenting, and working beyond the limits of the equipment. Equipment that at the time was the best available, but now looks very dated and clumsy. Modern recording technology allows the tiniest anomalous sound to be erased flawlessly, and performances to […]