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There's two things that I feel strongly about:
- A recording should be a document of sound in place and time which should immerse the listener in that moment.
- Bands should not invest more in a recording than they should reasonably be able to make back in less than one year.
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Monthly Archives: November 2011
By jimmyether | Published: November 8, 2011
While audio production requires a lot of technical understanding of gear, signal flow and boundless tracking and mixing techniques, I believe it's even more important to understand the more abstract nature of recording. In this article I explain my conceptual way of looking at sound recording and offer a few questions which can help you to identify what really makes a great record.