Sometimes, a single guitar tone just won't cut it. It sounds weak and out of place; no matter how we EQ and process it, something is still missing.
In this episode, Malcolm Owen-Flood dives deep into how to prepare for studio recording sessions.And this time, it's not about pre-production or working on your songs and arrangements.
In this episode, we're going to take a deep dive into the anatomy of a rock bass guitar tone. We'll explore the different components that make up the
To celebrate 150 episodes of The Self-Recording Band Podcast 🤯, we're sharing the replay of our Mixes Unpacked - Vol. 2 Q&A session with you! Book a free
Parallel compression is one of those advanced techniques, similar to multi-band compression, side-chaining, etc. that sound like a magic bullet or secret ingredient to pro mixes.Book a free
It doesn’t matter what your guitar (or any instrument) sounds like on its own, it’s about whether or not it serves the song and fits into the perfect
Out-of-tune vocals, guitars, bass or really any instrument are super common in amateur productions. It's a dead give away. Often it's subtle, sometimes it's so bad that it makes
Find the sweet spot in no time!It all starts at the source. So put your microphones in the right place quickly, easily and with confidence, using this mic
Have you ever fought a bass guitar (or any bass instrument) in your mix that was just not big enough?Here's what you can do to compensate for a
On this episode we'll explain how to pick the right type of guitar amp for any production.People often use whatever they currently have or pick the "wrong" one