When I began recording music, I learned quickly that my ears were the greatest asset in the studio. Therefore, I had to prepare for the journey of developing them for the studio environment.
Just as you should train your voice to sing correctly, you must train your ears to hear correctly. A developed ear takes time and practice, and hands-on… Continue reading
As a studio owner and producer, do you get caught up in your client’s sessions when a producer is not involved? I’m not saying take it over, but do you offer suggestions on what you think sound nice and what doesn’t? Do you suggest overdubs or re-takes even if the client is cool with what they have recorded?
I do… Continue reading
Wow.. so this has been a long time coming, and it’s fun to be here! I’m already feeling the energy! Welcome to Studio Noize. This is and will not be an ordinary business-bloated/gossip-bearing blog!:) How could it be? We’re in the studio baby! You have entered my personal and professional haven of studio chatter.
I promise to keep the atmosphere… Continue reading