It’s all back-to-back episodes of The Producer’s Notes on the podcast this month, with a focus on recording drums. And this week we’re featuring the Glyn Johns drum recording technique.
So I again pulled another microphone technique from my Recording Drums 101 resource. The last couple weeks has been about recording drums with just two microphones, but this week we’re graduating to three.
To read more about this setup, as well as a bunch of other simple yet first-rate drum microphone techniques, check out the free resource I put together, Recording Drums 101: A Home Studio Guide For Pro Sounding Drums
There’s further explanations on getting great sounds, pictures, and even some sound examples.
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