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    Mark Mynett - Senior Lecturer in Music Technology and Production at Huddersfield University

    Recording Vocals | Podcast

    Pro Techniques Explained

    In part four of his recording series Mark Mynett details how to prepare a vocalist for studio recording and how to select and set up your recording equipment for optimal results.

    Techniques Nov 2022
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    The Constance Demby Mystery

    How Was Sanctum Sanctuorum Made?

    We engage in some audio archaeology to discover how a pioneer of electronic music created one of her most important works.

    Techniques Oct 2022
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    The Decca Ring Cycle: Then & Now

    Return Of The Ring

    The legendary Decca recordings of Wagner’s Ring operas were always envisioned as immersive listening experiences. They’ve now been restored as exactly that!

    Techniques Oct 2022
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    How I Got That Sound: Tyler Bates

    Rob Zombie ‘Another Failed Escape’

    American musician and producer Tyler Bates reveals how he created his favourite recorded sound.

    Techniques Oct 2022
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    Stuart White: Recording & Mixing Beyoncé

    Renaissance Man

    Beyoncé’s chart‑topping album Renaissance showcases a production process that’s all about staying in the moment.

    Techniques Oct 2022
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    Mark Mynett - Senior Lecturer in Music Technology and Production at Huddersfield University

    Recording Guitar | Podcast

    Pro Techniques Explained

    Mark Mynett, Sound Engineer and Senior Lecturer in Music Technology and Production, talks us through the setup and...

    Techniques Oct 2022
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    Audio Merge KTBK Filter

    Audio Merge KTBK Passive Filter

    A replica of King Tubby’s Altec 9069B passive filter

    The King Tubby Big Knob (KTBK) filter has been built as a precise replica of the Altec, with adaptations made for modern production such as impedance matching, mode selector and resonance control.

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    Zoom R12 MultiTrak announced

    Zoom unveil R12 MultiTrak

    More than just a new portable multitrack recording device

    Not only a multitrack recorder, the R12 has built-in rhythm parts and a playable synthesizer and can operate as an audio interface or DAW controller.

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    Radial Reamp Station and Reamp HP Header

    Two new reamp solutions from Radial

    Reamp Station and Reamp HP

    Radial offer comprehensive and compact reamp boxes, this release representing their first new reamp product launch in years.

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    Classic Tracks: Soul II Soul ‘Back To Life’

    Producers: Jazzie B • Nellee Hooper

    Soul II Soul’s ‘Back To Life’ was a hit record with a sound all of its own.

    Techniques Sep 2022
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    How I Got That Sound: Chris Shaw

    Bob Dylan ‘Things Have Changed’

    Four‑time Grammy Award‑winning producer, engineer and mixer Chris Shaw has worked with some of the biggest and most...

    Techniques Sep 2022
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    Mark Mynett - Senior Lecturer in Music Technology and Production at Huddersfield University

    Recording Drums | Podcast

    Pro Techniques Explained

    Mark Mynett, Sound Engineer and Senior Lecturer in Music Technology and Production, talks us through the setup and recording of live drums.

    Techniques Sep 2022
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    Mark Mynett - Senior Lecturer in Music Technology and Production at Huddersfield University

    Recording Bass Guitar | Podcast

    Pro Techniques Explained

    Mark Mynett, talks us through prepping for and recording a bass session, including ways to generate multiple layered tracks for use in your final mix.

    Techniques Sep 2022
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    Classic Tracks: Freeez ‘IOU’

    Producer: Arthur Baker

    The result of an extraordinary collaboration between Arthur Baker and London band Freeez, ‘IOU’ was a pioneering hit of the electro genre.

    Techniques Aug 2022
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    How I Got That Sound: Matt Squire

    Underøath ‘On My Teeth’

    Asked to pick a favourite sound from his huge discography, Matt Squire nominates the track ‘On My Teeth’ from Underøath’s 2018 album, Erase Me.

    Techniques Aug 2022
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    Bryan Adams

    At Home In The Studio

    Like any true rock star, Bryan Adams is most at home in the studio!

    People Jul 2022
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    The Value Of Hardware In The Studio

    The Hard Way

    Mix engineers used to prefer hardware to software because it sounded better. Is that still true? And if not, is there still a reason to use it?

    Sound Advice Jul 2022
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    How I Got That Sound: Alan Parsons

    Alan Parsons Project ‘The Eagle Will Rise Again’

    Asked to pick a favourite from the innumerable sounds he’s committed to tape, Alan nominates the unique keyboard sound on ‘The Eagle Will Rise Again’, from the third APP album Pyramid.

    Techniques Jul 2022
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    Q. Should I compress at the recording stage?

    I’m seeing a lot of conflicting advice about using compression while recording. Some swear by it while others say it’s completely unnecessary with 24‑bit recording and modern converters. Where do you stand on this?

    Sound Advice Jul 2022
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    The Chainsmokers

    Drew Taggart & Alex Pall: Producing So Far So Good

    The Chainsmokers’ new album shows off some serious production and songwriting skills.

    People Jun 2022
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    How I Got That Sound: Stabbing Westward

    ‘Drugstore’

    Asked to pick a favourite sound from the band’s influential catalogue, Walter Flakus dives into the track ‘Drugstore’, from 1998 album Darkest Days.

    Techniques Jun 2022

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