Archives For Audio Engineering Principles

While it’s easy to get sucked into the abyss known as audio recording gear that goes through your wallet faster than an ex-wife, a big part of the RecordingReview.com concept is to NOT focus on the gear, but focus on improving the tactics and skill of the person using the gear. No clueless person has ever made a great record no matter how awesome the gear. It takes an enormous understanding of the fundamentals of engineering, music, and even a little pyschology to put a great recording together. This category will discuss audio engineering principles.

fHumble fHingaz takes a look at a few mixing epiphanies he utilized in the Slate Digital Cup mixing contest.

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So what all did we learn from the grueling 12-month mixing contest known as the Slate Digital Cup?

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I’ve decided to ditch the title of “Mixing Engineering” and move on to Sound Designer.

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I’m not convinced that mic placement is always the first/biggest problem when capturing a great guitar sound. It may be the least of our problems.

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fHumble fHingaz went FAR BEYOND the call of duty with his 6-part mixing tutorial blog on how he won the Slate Digital Cup: March. (He’s in the lead, by far, at the present time as well.)

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Danny Danzi Interview

Brandon Drury —  June 5, 2012 — 1 Comment

Today we interviewed mega guitar player and engineer, Danny Danzi.

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Here’s my take on Ethan Winer’s The Audio Expert.

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