Recording music on 100-year-old wax cylinder recording equipment. How cool is this!
I'm Ryan. I'm a 15 year old amateur sound engineer, independent label owner along with my dad, and folk-rock musician from the Auburn, Alabama area. I play acoustic and electric guitar, piano, Hammond organ, electric bass, and lap steel guitar. Check out my gear profile and tell me what you think about it. My record label is called Twelvepitch Records, and I'm locally renowned for my musical ability and record producing skills. Well, just wanted to say hello. I'm here to learn more from those who have been in the industry much longer than I have.
This doesn't have to Include Studio Acoustic Treatment,
And even regardless of the size of the Room,
It's a Weird Project,
And With No real World Experience,
Please help me. Thanks again!
How it going everyone? I’m new to the site and new to the subject as well...for a long time I’ve wanted to buy some monitors and get into mixing my own music and I wanted to create an album. I never went thourgh with it because I couldn’t afford it. I’m a little older now and can afford to buy the equipment of a studio and sound proof and treat a spare room I have. Thanks to the power of credit lol. Anyway this is a dream ive had for a long time and I don’t want to keep waiting to start practing mixing and recording vocals.
(Background, not important)
I've been doing a Podcast for a while now but recently I've decided to step up my game a bit and start a daily show, but I need more serious equipment and I don't really no much about these hardwares.
I've been foolish enough to buy the RODE Podcaster, which as far as I know is a dead end due to it's inability to work with audio interfaces.
What I need is two Mics, the ability to fade in music, play audio clips while recording, take phone calls, and an overall close to radio experience.
For instance, some of my favorite engineering and use of equipment for a vocal is Adam Levine's vocal for R City's "Locked Away" Been digging and can't find anything...
If you know anything that might be useful, I would love to hear it. Thanks!
For those who were lucky enough to be able to afford a 2' tape - Reel to Reel running at 30IPS, you obviously have the advantage of recording something analog and dumping those tracks into your system (with good AD converters) to achieve the classic sound of analog tape saturation and dynamic range.
My question is: