Posts Tagged ‘music production’

In Bloom On The Double

Wednesday, July 29th, 2009

Doubling is a popular production technique that can add depth, texture and width to a recording. There are many variations to this technique, but perhaps the most common is that used on Nirvana’s ‘In Bloom’…

Music Production – Enhancing Actor Stature

Tuesday, August 26th, 2008

Last week I developed a somewhat strained audio production metaphor, which likened the stereo soundfield to a stage, with the individual sounds/instruments being the actors thereon. The first thing a director/producer needs to do is decide which actors to use, then to place them on stage. However, if an actor isn’t imposing enough, there are ways to make him stand taller…

Music Production Mistakes – Fat Actor Overlap

Thursday, August 21st, 2008

Although high-quality audio production gear is now within reach of pocket-money producers, most bands (and solo electronic artists) still make the same basic mistakes when laying down their tracks…