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The Recording Revolution
Learn how to record radio-ready songs in your home or bedroom studio.
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Replying to @alexduloz
This is likely because the plugins on your mix buss are covering it up. But it’s clipping BEFORE the plugins.
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The Recording Revolution Jun 6
Yep. Adam has been getting it done for years. Good songwriting and talent will take cheap gear very far.
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The Recording Revolution Jun 4
Replying to @PatricNova
Haven’t done that. I’ll make a note!
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The Recording Revolution Jun 4
Hey Adam - hit me up if you want any help with this. Happy to point you in the right direction. I agree that you would help a ton of people!
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Graham Cochrane May 8
How would you answer this question: Are you successful? What thoughts immediately come to mind? The answer largely depends on how you define success in the first place.
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The Recording Revolution May 4
One of the easiest ways to bring life and energy to your mixes is through volume automation. By systematically going through your tracks and riding the volume up or down where needed you can create drama, depth, and power in an otherwise flat and 2D mix.
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Mojo Apr 30
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The Recording Revolution Apr 30
Want to get that vocal sound in your tracks? Step 1 - Be Dave Grohl. Step 2 - If that's not an option, do this vocal recording technique.
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The Recording Revolution Apr 30
Replying to @RFHbrando
Yes - if recording something quiet. Normally though I’m using dynamics on loud things like drums and guitar amps. Do not a problem.
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The Recording Revolution Apr 27
Today I want to show you how to get this Dave Grohl, Foo Fighers style vocal double effect (hint you have to record it this way, not create it in the mix) and some tips to get it sounding as tight as possible.
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Rick Barker Apr 21
Appreciate your fans and they will appreciate you 👍🏻
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Mixerman Apr 22
Yo , thanks for all your mentions of my books. 's Survival Guide to a Killer will be my next book so long as I hit my goal on . Don't think like an engineer. A Killer Record is all about the music.
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The Recording Revolution Apr 20
How to get a WIDE mix with good ole fashion LCR panning
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JayKayRadio Apr 19
“think more like a listener and less like an engineer”
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Paulie DeCesare Apr 19
Hey Graham, has all 4 SSL modules on sale separately for $29, crazy. Thought you might want to tweet that, my 10 followers probably aren’t interested, lol. The multi discount applies too! Actually, E-Channel and Buss Comp come to $50, amazing deal.
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JayKayRadio Apr 19
Love the im gettin from w/top-down approach! Thanks and !!!
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Mark Bacino Apr 19
Hey , Thought some of your beginner songwriter, peeps might get something out of my new series.
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Dean Myron Apr 16
Massive S/O to for all the great info he puts out on recording. Self producing is tough but it’s easier with
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The Recording Revolution Apr 17
Definitely an improvement in sound, both the preamps and converters. Love it.
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Crystal Murphy Apr 13
This past weekend I attended an online workshop by , former manager of Taylor Swift. It was hosted by Graham from the . An Awesome 4 hr workshop & more to come! Check out both these guys if you're interested in the music business!!
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