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Tel : 07510 577113

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Studio :

DAW Software :

Cubase 9.02 - Presonus Studio 3

 

Monitors :

KRK Rockit 6 & Alessis

 

VST Plugins :

Waves, Melodyne Studio, Slate Everything Bundle

Slate 4 Drums, EZdrummer 2,Amplitube 4, Ozone 5, DopeVST, FabFilter

 

SE Electronics X1 - RF-X Reflector

6 x Shure SM57 - 6 x Shure SM58

6 x Sennheiser e845

1 x Superlux FK-2 Kick Drum mic

1 x Superlux FS-6 Snare mic

3 x Superlux FT-4 Tom Mics

2 x Superlux HO-8 Overhead mics

1 x Superlux HI-10 High Hat mic

 

Drums

Yamaha V Power - Pearl Export

Yamaha Stage Custom - Mapex

 

Keyboards

Nektar Impact LX61 - Yamaha Stage Piano

 

Guitar  Amps

Mesa Boogie - Blackstar - Johnson Marquis

Marshall - Fender - Orange - Ibanez

 

Bass Amps

Ampeg B2RE 350W - Ampeg SVT 8X10

Peavey Fire Bass 700W - Line 6 Lowdown

Ashdown Blue 180

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For band sessions i generally record at Unit Studios in Lansdowne, Bournemouth

This is a great space with good facilities for tracking loud drums, bass & electric guitars etc.

For solo / acoustic acts or rappers with backing tracks who don't need the facilities of a full drum room etc

i would record at my home studio space or i can come to you with my mobile recording setup.

Recording / Tracking

Mixing is the process of blending all the individual tracks in a recording to create a version of the song that sounds as good as possible – the “mix”. The process can include: Balancing the levels of the tracks that have been recorded. Fine-tuning the sound of each instrument or voice using equalisation (EQ), compression &FX

Audio editing is the process of manipulating audio to alter length, speed, and volume or to create additional versions such as loops. Audio editing is almost always done using a computer and audio editing software but used to be done with analogue tape and razor blades by splicing and taping in a pre-digital world.

Correcting things like pitch & timing are now problems of the past & the results sound very natural if needed.

Mastering is the final step of audio post-production.

The purpose of mastering is to balance sonic elements of a stereo mix and optimize playback across

all systems & media formats. Traditionally, mastering is done using tools like

equalization, compression, limiting and stereo enhancement.

Mixing

Mastering

Editing

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