I am currently writing my dissertation and would like too interview an engineer with noticeable credits.
Something very simple as responding too questions over email will do and won't take much of your time at all.
My email is James.firstname.lastname@example.org
Please get in touch ASAP
Grammy-winning Classical Engineer Robert Friedrich gives us an in-depth look at the recording techniques used when recording "The Carnival Of The Animals" with the San Diego Symphony Orchestra. Friedrich relied heavily on ribbon microphones to achieve the desired sound quality.
My mastering engineer sent me a 16 bit wav file...I sent this to CDbaby for distribution. CD baby ask for a 16 bit wav file and no other format.
In conversation with the mastering engineer over Facebook chat.
He has said that i shouldn't of sent the 16 bit wav file out for digital release because it was meant for audio CD replication and will be too loud.
I'm really confused because i thought there was no difference in the 16 bit wav file whether it be for replication or to be converted/encoded by music stores to mp3?
To add more choices, here is a look at Mojave and Royer mics. They are a bit higher priced mics but you can always find second hand deals too.
|One of the world's most accomplished mastering engineers, two-time Grammy -winner Vlado Meller, has launched the http://www.masterin… Vlado Meller Mastering Workshop[/]="http://www.masterin… Vlado Meller Mastering Workshop[/]. This is a three-day intensive hands-on master class, debuting in New York City August 1-3 and September 19-21, 2012.