Here's a link to a YT video about micing up a band using only Shure microphones. It was put together by the UK outlet PMT. Despite the myopic view and the whole presentation being OTT, there are some good hints and techniques shown.
I'm a professional https://sikksounds… drum beat maker and I use Audacity to record my guitar compositions. I'd like to add drums to the mix for some very simple demos. I'm not sure how I'd go about doing this. Other software packages (GarageBand, Pro Tools, etc.) might be better for this, but every time I look at something else, the notion of learning how to use it overwhelms me.
I've been challenged in the last 19 months to create music VERY fast for video projects. I created a video showing the process I've been using to get better drums sounds using stock logic drum tones. I prefer recording drums with a real drummer however this has been a fantastic challenge in its own right.
P.S. If it is annoying for me to post videos in the forum I have no problem removing them:) These are the things in music that are exciting for me so I thought I would share it.
I'm mixing a guitar-based track and struggling to get the drums to sit well.. I'm very much a newcomer to this stuff so any thoughts or feedback on how I could improve things would be greatly appreciated! (Find mp3 attached).
Lonely Road: V2
At 2 min, I made a mistake and mention the U87 but it's in fact the U47 ;)
Let me know what you think !
My mastering and restoration business is way down and has been for the past 6 months. We are still getting in some mastering and some restoration work but nothing like it was last year at the same time. I keep reading that there is a lot of music being produced by people who are staying home but I don't see much of it coming through here. Just thought I would ask how others are doing?
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