Podcast: Sonic TALK 403 - Recording Drums And Beyond

Bob Clearmountain, Glyn Johns and pop vocals      14/05/15

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80:15 mins

Guests

  • Rich Hilton - studio engineer, Chic bandmember and Nile Rodgers' studio guy
  • Mark Tinley - sound artist and creative thinker
  • Gaz Wiliams - producer, bass player and music technologist

 

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Today we pick the panel's brains on their approaches to capturing the creative spark, studio drums - after Bob Clearmountain's post for Apogee using four mics - the Glyn Johns method. We also talk about the challenges facing engineers with the current naked vocal trend. Interesting stuff.

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