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    Media Content - April 2019

    Hear For Yourself

    Listing of all SOS April 2019 articles with accompanying media files.

    Techniques Apr 2019
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    Recording Piano: Part 2

    Piano Recording & Mixing Techniques At GSI Studios [Video Feature]

    In Part 2 of our Video Feature, Josh Giunta from GSI Studios moves on to the recording and mixing processes, exploring the fine art of microphone positioning, dealing with phase, and mixing techniques.

    Techniques Feb 2019
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    Session Notes: Magician's Nephew | Media

    Audio & Video Files

    Audio & Video Files to accompany this month's Session Notes article.

    Techniques Jan 2019
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    CLASSIC TRACKS: Cypress Hill ‘Insane In The Brain’

    Released: 1993 • Producer: Cypress Hill • Engineer: Joe Nicolo

    Cypress Hill’s crossover classic launched the group into the mainstream — and without sampling a single horse...

    Techniques Dec 2018
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    CLASSIC TRACKS: Eurythmics ‘Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This)’

    Released: 1983 • Producer: Dave Stewart

    Begun as an experiment, ‘Sweet Dreams’ launched Eurythmics to international stardom and is still filling dancefloors to this day.

    Techniques Jul 2018
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    Session Notes: An Album In 5 Days

    The Practical Craft Of Recording

    Working with a producer and an ambitious timescale, our engineer planned ahead for the best chances of a good result.

    Techniques May 2018
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    Recording Ed Sheeran's Divide

    Joe Rubel

    The sessions for Divide saw singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran exploring the possibilities of home recording for the first time, courtesy of engineer Joe Rubel.

    Techniques May 2017
  • Techniques Feb 2017
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    In The Mix: David Crosby

    Before And After: ‘The Things We Do For Love’

    David Crosby’s latest album has gained much praise for its sonics. The man who tracked and mixed it offers SOS readers the inside story — with audio examples.

    Techniques Dec 2016
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    Rush: Recording & Mixing R40 Live

    R Is For Rush

    The best engineers thrive on pressure. Which is handy when they’re recording the farewell tour of one of the world’s biggest rock bands, and timecode trouble is brewing...

    Techniques Jan 2016
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    Greg Price: Mixing Black Sabbath Live

    None More Black

    Greg Price has spent nearly 20 years at front of house for some of the biggest names in rock, and now his company believe they’ve perfected the art of live recordings.

    Techniques Nov 2015
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    CLASSIC TRACKS: 'Who Are You?' - The Who

    Producers & Engineers: Jon Astley • Glyn Johns

    The Who's final album with Keith Moon took almost a year to record and pushed the band to the limit. Engineer and producer Jon Astley tells the remarkable story behind Who Are You?'s title track.

    Techniques May 2005
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    CLASSIC TRACKS: The Stone Roses 'Fools Gold'

    Producer: John Leckie • Engineers: John Leckie, John Cornfield, Paul Schroeder

    As the '80s drew to a close, The Stone Roses made rock music cool again, melding '60s psychedelia and acid house under the production guidance of John Leckie.

    Techniques Feb 2005
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    Studio SOS: Violin Recordings

    Mike Burnham

    The SOS team visit the sleepy Herefordshire town of Bromyard to help violinist Mike Burnham with his folk recordings.

    Techniques Feb 2003
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    Using A Hardware Mixer

    With Your Computer

    You can achieve a lot with just a computer and a soundcard, but when you want to accommodate external sound sources or record with high-quality microphones then you really need to add a hardware mixer to your setup. Here's how to hook it all together for maximum flexibility.

    Techniques Jun 2002
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    Mixdown Formats

    What Should I Mix Down To?

    There are now lots of different ways to make a stereo master recording of your final mix, so how do you work out which one is best for you?

    Techniques Apr 2002
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    Using Equalisation

    Understanding Instrument & Voice Frequency Ranges

    We explain how to get the best practical results from equalisation by understanding the true frequency ranges of most instruments and voices.

    Techniques Aug 2001
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