Monthly Archives: July 2012

Honesty

Integrity in audio practise

There is a fundamental and perpetually overlooked tactic worth employing in the game of social interaction that we find ourselves playing every day, which preserves dignity and integrity and renders us fairly impervious to detrimental criticism. That tactic, as the title suggests, is honesty. Honesty is a powerful weapon, but one that is continuously overlooked […]

Drum Miking Techniques

Coles 4038 pointing at a drum kit

While working as a freelance engineer in a prominent Brighton studio I saw that here lay an excellent opportunity to properly exploit a decent live room and a large selection of microphones (a combination of ribbon mics with my own extensive set of small diaphragm condensers) in order to once and for all produce the […]

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