Steve Belgrave, music producer, mix and recording engineer whose clients include, The Rolling Stones, U2, Beady Eye (Just to name a few) has a look at the Steinberg UR44 for the Music Producers Forum. Read more »
The recording function is the capturing of audio into a recording device or DAW (Digital Audio Worskstation). This stage of production essentially requires the musician, producer/engineer, a microphone or a direct line in to a pre amp. Important skills in the recording process are microphone techniques, mixing/recording leveling and also having good people skills in dealing with musicians and vocalists being recorded.
The Music Producer’s Forum had the great pleasure of interviewing the legendary Karl Steinberg (Most commonly known as Charlie). As a music software pioneer, Steinberg has been revolutionizing the production process since the ‘80s, when he started his company Steinberg GmbH, creating groundbreaking DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) products such as Cubase, Nuendo and WaveLab over the years. Read more »
Guest writer Narcis 'Nachos' Radoi started Smash Yo Records Charity Studio with a purpose; helping unsigned, struggling artists get a better chance in evolving and progressing their careers. Here are helpful tips and guidance into making your first album on a budget gathered from 10+ years of studio and music industry experience. Read more »
Music is created in a multitude of environments, ranging from sophisticated and commonly expensive high-end recording studios to small bedrooms. With this in mind, serious recordists must be prepared to capture performances in any space considered suitable by music makers, including venues selected for reasons other than their sonic attributes (which may seem frustrating to those expecting to always operate under ideal circumstances). Read more »
With today's tight budgets or with the domestic productions, we have to cover more tasks in the recording process. A traditional high end budget music production will enlist a team of highly specialised studio professional, working towards the same goal of producing that great song. Read more »