Besides being a basement guitar player I have a dream of becoming a mildly successful recording engineer.
I had an internship at a local studio but after a month they shut down (bad luck eh).
Now I'm calling upon anyone and everyone on this forum who likens themselves a songwriter...
How is it going. I am looking for advice on what sort of techniques and equipment I would need to do some high quality demo videos for guitars and guitar gear.
I have done some videos of gear just using the video camera's on board mic but that isn't going to cut it for what i had in...
I have seen several discussions about this. Most of them seem to be geared towards software programs. Being an old guy I am more used to things like a board, big or small. But if it is a question of just using software these days I'm okay with that, I guess though I would need to learn that...
I've recently gotten into recording in a full band situation. I have all the instruments and vocals recorded but I always have trouble with mixing and leveling each track.
The music is just typical 70s/80s hard rock guitar driven stuff so I'm looking for a nice mix like that.
First, let me say that I understand that eq is
some what a matter of personal taste but I think
there is some guide lines to start at...
I'm looking for ideas for a base line of where to
eq:bass guitar/kick drum and ryth guitars so
that each has it's own "space" to sit in.
I use cubase and and...
I'm in need of some monitors so that I can mix my Pro Tools sessions on something with a flat response, instead of my bassy headphones.
I've got about £200 to spend. What's the best I'm going to get for that price?