Monthly Archives: January 2016

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8 Tracking Techniques Used by the Pros

When working on a record, there’s a ton to think about. So for now, let’s simplify. Take your attention off of gear and mixing, and focus your thoughts solely on tracking. I’d like to share with you 8 of my favorite techniques to use during sessions. (Note: I layer my tracks, so apply these techniques…

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The Intangibles of Recording an Album

In life nothing is ever black and white. Even the keys on a piano can break this color scheme. If you’re in the key of C major, the rule is to stick to the white keys. But every once in a while, a black key will sneak it’s way in. In theory the note is…

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