Now I’m offering recording and mixing lessons. With today’s technology one can actually get decent recording gear for a lot less and you can do more, but one thing that you can’t buy in the music store is knowledge, I’m offering a hands on comprehensive course on recording and mixing, we will be covering signal flow, mike placement, eq, compression, limiting, panning and more, to make sure that you get all your questions answered the maximum amount of students will be five, I also offer group lessons, for more information on my course you can call me.
I also offer gift certificates, this can make a great Christmas present.
I have been a musician/producer/recording engineer for over 30 years.
Got a pair of Focal powered monitors, I had a pair of KS powered monitors and out of nowhere for no reason the transformer fell on top of the circuit board and shorted everything inside, I called the company and It was a total disappointment, no customer service what so ever so I’m done with that company, no good reviews from me, my new Focal monitors sound awesome and they have a great reputation in the industry.
Hi everyone who is considering recording at some point, I will like to invite you to visit my website and check it out, I’m a recording engineer/producer/musician with many years of experience in every aspect of music and willing to help you with your songs so that they can sound great! and if you have any questions please do call me and I will gladly talk to you and will also work within your budget I’ve been there too.
Hi bloggers, the holidays are gone so now it’s time to first, loose the weight (turkey, stuffing, rum cake, fruit cake, eggnog etc….. and put the pedal to the metal to make this year be a very productive year.
I stumbled with something very curious and it is a concept that is wrong and knowing me I can’t be PC or give in to ignorance, my problem is that now the RAPPERS call a small sound bite that has a BASS, KEYS, DRUMS…etc… a beat…. no!!!!!!! a beat are ONLY percussive instruments like for example drums playing a beat and not the rest of the instruments, when all the instruments are being played it’s called an instrumental piece, but not a beat for example I get a loop of a drummer playing funk I call It a funk beat because It’s a beat.
After all being said I still love all my clients and will help them so that their music sounds the best it can sound.
UPDATE RAPPERS RAPPERS RAPPERS, I WAS WRONG, YES I WAS, WHY? BECAUSE IN RAP TERMINOLOGY A BEAT IS A LOOP one can select a couple of bars of (for example) an instrumental song, and make it into a loop, that is what a beat is, in the past rap didn’t exist therefore neither did the term. So there.
Yes Merry Christmas , I am not politically correct, Christmas is a beautiful holiday that we Christians celebrate in this great country of ours and now more than ever i say it loudly and clear , not only because I’m a christian but it is also an American tradition, we love our Christmas tree, our Frosty the snow man our nativity scene, our ginger bread cookies, our beautiful Christmas carols …. It’s our Christmas season in which we celebrate the birth of our savior Jesus Christ, I have so many Jewish friends who love Christmas and they don’t mind It so If anyone tells you that wishing someone a merry Christmas is not being inclusive…. reject that argument …..
Hi , welcome to my blog, I was thinking about the many times that I got the same thing happen on a session , so I decided to elaborate on that , many times in past recording sessions I had singers come to the studio and start singing and we end up going through the song so many times and I am not talking about the many times that singers are expected to sing in order to have several takes and select the best parts, I’m talking just warming up, many of my singer clients sometimes ask me if I have water or tea with honey or tea and lemon and honey other even ask me for throat coat (a tea good for vocal chords) that problem can be very easily solved with warming up your vocal chords for 30 minutes before the session, usually singers end up getting the best takes after the vocal chords are warm, but when you are paying by the hour … your pocket suffers, so remember, 30 minutes to one hour before the recording session do warm up your vocal chords.
Hi, This is David again, welcome to my blog, lately I was thinking on posting my songs on line and I’m not sure if I should ad a page to BIGSOUND PRODUCTIONS ATL or just make another website only for original songs with the sole purpose of showcasing them, it will be done soon enough, just wanted to share that piece of information with you.