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10.15.2005| By Shure Notes|
Part II – Microphone Techniques The following article is an excerpt from Shure Notes, Issue #14 (October 2005). With the possible exception of the music you play and how well it is played, almost nothing has a greater effect on sound of recording than microphone technique. Which mic you choose — and where you put it — affects the recorded tone balance and the desired amount of room acoustics. In this issue, we’ll give you some of the most usual ways to place mics for recording. But remember, mic technique is largely a matter of …
08.15.2005| By Shure Notes|
Part I – Understanding the Basics The following article is an excerpt from Shure Notes, Issue #13 (August 2005). There are almost as many reasons to make your own recording as there are new (and yes, even established) artists making them. You may want to chart your progress as a performer or record a new tune you’ve written. Maybe you’d like to make your band’s music available on the web. Aim even higher and enjoy the artistic freedom (along with the profits) of self-producing your own indie effort. Point is – whatever your goal, you …tagsCliff GoldmacherCurt JuergensenHerbie HancockinterviewKurt DinsemasteringmicrophonesmixingrecordingStarbucksSteve Revilaktips
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