In the Keyfax DVD instructional series, Alan Parsons Art & Science of Sound Recording, you'll go on a journey through sound and recording starting with the basics and exploring each major aspect of professional music production - all in spectacular HD quality! This three DVD set contains more than 10 hours of original material, led by master recording engineer Alan Parsons (The Beatles, Pink Floyd) himself.
Filmed in HD, this the most powerful instructional series ever created for music production. °The Art & Science of Sound Recording° looks at everything from soundproofing to mixing, and from recording guitar, bass, keyboards, drums and vocals, to recording a choir. Fellow professional engineers & producers join Alan Parsons in this top quality, practical, and cutting-edge guide, including Jack Joseph Puig, John Fields, Elliot Scheiner, Jack Douglas, Tony Brown and Chuck Ainlay. Artists and musicians interviewed include Michael McDonald, Taylor Hawkins, Nathan East, Rami Jaffe, Carol Kaye and Erykah Badu.. This invaluable instructional DVD set applies classic, old school recording experience to the modern recording scene, and is certain to be a standard work on the subject for years to come. Along with its fully interactive website, °The Art & Science of Sound Recording° is a complete course in modern recording.
Get it right from the start with Multi-Platinum Recording. The most common question Multi-Platinum has received over the years is, "how did you get those sound?". Find out in Multi-Platinum Recording, featuring industry icons like Bil VornDick, Chuck Ainlay, John Merchant, Bob Bullock, and Multi-Platinum's own Brady Barnett. Join us as we pull back the curtain to allow you fill access to all aspects of a master level recording project in Nashville. From pre-prodiction through the tracking session, overdubs, and vocals, you'll learn the gear selection, mic techniques, how engineers interact with msicians and artists…all that goes into capturing world-class sounds. Watch as Multi-Platinum brings you three different artists and one of the best bands in the world, not to mention looking over the shoulder of industry icons in real time as they work.
The Art of Recording a Big Band was filmed at the famed Capitol Studios in Hollywood, California, USA, over two days during a recording session by Al Schmitt featuring Chris Walden's GRAMMY Award-nominated eighteen-piece jazz big band. The film focuses on the legendary Al Schmitt, the most celebrated music engineer, producer, and mixer of all time, and winner of twenty-one GRAMMY Awards. His most recent GRAMMY came in 2012 for Paul McCartney's "Kisses on the Bottom."
Learn from Matthew Weiss as he records and mixes a RnB, Hip Hop and Jazz song from start to finish.
Mixing isn’t about inserting a bunch of fancy and expensive plugins hoping to get a radio ready sound. Rather it’s all about strategic use of a few key effects that you already own. In this class you’ll learn how to craft a professional sounding mix with the stock plugins that came with your DAW. No upgrades necessary! Through strategic use of things like EQ, compression, reverb, delay and distortion we’ll take tracks recorded in a home studio and polish them up to commercial standards.
In this class we’ll teach you some of the best recording and mixing techniques used to get professional sounding acoustic guitar and vocal productions. You’ll have access to the raw tracks of the song used in the class, so you can start putting everything you learn into practice right away.
Recording dual audio, the practice of recording audio separately from the camera, started originally with film. It's become a common practice with the current crop of DSLR and cinema cameras. The challenge for editors is matching the video and audio in post.