The three albums Mike Thorne produced for Wire showed that there was much, much more to punk than met the eye.
Elfman recently released his latest solo album, Big Mess, and chose a track from the album as his favourite sonic achievement.
If I open a 16‑bit, 96kHz audio file, resample it to 48kHz, and then export it again, still at 16 bits, do I need to apply dither?
Newcastle‑based singer and producer Beth Jeans Houghton, aka Du Blonde, enters the quick-fire questions round...
Producer Fred Gibson (aka Fred again..) studied under Brian Eno and has worked with some of the biggest artists in the world. And his favourite microphone is the one built into his iPhone.
New York‑based engineer and producer Andrew Maury, when asked to pick a favourite sound that he’s worked on, nominates the drum mix he created for Lewis Del Mar's ‘Loud(y)’.
Paul White and Hugh Robjohns discuss the evolution of recording from the perspective of their own experiences, starting with analogue tape and ending with computer-based digital systems.
Landquist reveals how he got his favourite sound on A‑ha’s ‘Lifelines’, the 2002 title track to the Norwegian synth‑popsters’ seventh studio album.
For their 15th album, Duran Duran collaborated with three masters of electronic music and a dog‑fixated artificial intelligence.
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We show you how to get great results from self‑recording singers.
When asked to pick a favourite sound that he’s worked on, English producer and mixing engineer Tim Palmer nominates the radio speaker guitar intro from Pearl Jam's ‘Black’.
English producer and mixer Chris Sheldon, when asked to pick a favourite sound that he’s worked on, nominates the drum sound he got with rock band Oceansize.
Japan keyboard player Richard Barbieri tells the story of their most haunting hit.
Across 17 years and eight albums, Field Music have become one of Britain’s best-loved guitar bands. They’ve also evolved a...
In the first episode of a new column, we asked Steve Albini to choose a favourite sound from his huge back catalogue and explain how it was created.
Learning to capture Indian music in all its rich variety has been a life’s work for Sai Shravanam.
Two veterans of the online session world share their top tips for success.
‘Walk Like An Egyptian’ was a huge hit for the Bangles, but it all started with a demo mix‑up and some very unusual percussion.
Rode Connect works with Rode's NT-USB Mini microphones, and can accommodate up to six guests simultaneously.
Binaural recordings are an easy and effective way to capture immersive audio.
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