Tag Archives: recording

Graham Cochrane’s drum enhancement recipe

I seriously hope Graham doesn’t object to me posting about his posts so much but he says things so much better than I could. There is only so much I can do for you when I’m mastering so it’s in … Continue reading

Posted in iqi616, Recording, Mixing, Mastering | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Do you like the sound you are getting?

Graham Cochrane asks some great questions in this blog post http://therecordingrevolution.com/2013/08/09/3-questions-to-ask-before-hitting-the-record-button/ but the first one is the most important… “Do you like the sound you are getting?” Here’s an old dig at drummers by sound engineers but it is applicable in many cases … Continue reading

Posted in iqi616, Recording, Mixing, Mastering | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Reference tracks

One of the most important techniques for producing great sounding records is frequent comparison to reference tracks. These are (usually commercial) recordings by other people that you are very familiar with. Each should represent something to aim for or something … Continue reading

Posted in iqi616, Recording, Mixing, Mastering | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment