On this edition of The 15 Minute Mixdown, I hang out with JD and discuss some recording and mixing techniques. Listen Now!
It’s been a while since we’ve done an episode featuring some recording techniques, so we thought it about time to do one again. And this time we’re talking about recording and mixing low-end type instruments, such as kick drum and bass guitar.
JD and I also talk about room acoustics, and dealing with the low end response as it relates to the position of the monitors.
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The Modern Recordist is a podcast devoted to the exploration and continual discussion around designing and living your life as an extraordinary artistic visionary. Each week I venture on this journey, either in a casual hang out with a guest, or by diving into a specific topic for a few minutes in more of a monologue-structured format.
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After you’ve listened to the episode posted above in it’s entirety, take a few minutes to poke around my site here. There’s plenty of valuable things to soak in, such as previous episodes of The Modern Recordist podcast, and even my free resource on simple tips for recording drums:
And here’s a hat tip to some other folks that help make The Modern Recordist…
JD Tiner is the main man behind Glass Onion Recording, the studio that serves as my home base for my projects, as well as the home base for The Modern Recordist. Go “Like” Glass Onion Recording on Facebook at:
Parrish is a producer/engineer. He also handles the engineering for The Modern Recordist, as well as the social media aspects of the show.
Check him out at: http://jonathanpaulparrish.com
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