22
MAY
2013

Studio Recording…Setting Up For Success!

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Seasoned musicians know that part of the recording process involves setting up the room, instruments, microphones, sight lines and, at times, cameras.  The detail, patience and positive vibe in this preparation go a long way in setting the right environment for the actual recording of the music.  Capturing the essence of the artist’s work begins with setting the environment through this meticulous process.  Connecting cables and connecting mental wavelengths, making sure that everyone hears and sees to the optimum, assures the best in studio recording success.

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