Five12 Releases Numerology 3
Why mono is better than stereo for recording vocals and dialogue
Can you record a drum kit entirely with Shure SM57 mics? Barry Rudolph can.
How complicated do your monitors have to be?
Two microphone preamplifiers compared at Abbey Road Studio 2 - tube and transistor
"R&B Beat " by NeezythaDon
A-Designs Audio Inc. Introduces EM-EQ2 Stereo Equalizer at NAMM 2011
Can you sing and hula hoop at the same time? Grace Jones can!
Q: How do I place my mic on the hi-hat?
Clearly as a website about recording, we ought to be interested in the recent press coverage of Abbey Road Studios and what has been reported as its possible sale or closure.
The reason we are not covering the story here is because we have recorded a lot of the material that we use in Audio Masterclass and Audio Masterclass at Abbey Road, therefore we couldn't possibly fulfill the role of neutral commentator.
We will say however that much of what you have read elsewhere is nothing more than rumor, speculation, supposition and tittle-tattle.
Abbey Road is a great place to work and we're going to put our money where our mouth is by making another booking.
By the way, the photo is of RecordProducer.com's publisher, David Mellor, working on one of his hobby projects in Abbey Road Studio 2, where The Beatles made many of their famous recordings. The other eleven and a half hours of the studio day were spent more usefully!