Introduction & Recording the Drums (4:47)
Close Mics for Hyper-Real Sound (10:51)
Overhead & Room Mics for Hyper-Real Sound (8:13)
Working with Drums in the Control Room (21:51)
Recording the Drums in the Project Studio (6:42)
Recording Electric Bass (8:36)
Recording Acoustic Bass (3:51)
Recording Bass in the Project Studio (1:23)
Recording the Electric Guitar (9:22)
Electric Guitar in the Control Room (9:47)
Recording the Acoustic Guitar (2:48)
Recording the Electric Guitar in the Project Studio (1:59)
Recording Vocals (11:48)
Recording Vocals in the Project Studio (2:29)
Tracking a Band (7:03)
Krish Sharma & Credits (1:31)
Presented by Krish Sharma who has engineered and or produced for major artists such as The Rolling Stones, Counting Crows, Hilary Duff, Jesse McCartney and more, takes you on a guided tour inside both pro and project studios and shows you the basics you need to be successful when working with bands and artists.
Shown in amazing high quality video and featuring special guests Don Was, Everything Is Energy, Black Cowboy and more, you'll learn about setting up mics, getting levels, instrument and equipment overviews, mixing tracks and more. Watch Krish as he reveals to you, his secrets to success in the studio.
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Submitted 1 year ago
Helpful especially concerning the process of getting better sounding record quality
Krish helped me to understand things better. Mic placement could have been explained a bit clearer such as exact distance. But the process of getting fine sounds is very well explained, THANKS.
I am a: Semi-Pro
Submitted 1 year ago
Good Intro to Recording Techniques
I'm learning a lot about recording techniques, some of which I knew before. This was the first series where the presenter was, well, present in the videos. Obviously, the videos needed someone to demonstrate mic placement and preamp settings. I wish Krish had been more specific about the brands and models of the mics, although I couldn't afford most of them for my project studio. Actually, it was nice to hear suggestions for project studios vs. professional recording studios.
I am a: Hobbyist
Submitted 2 years ago
Great and Inspirational
Really great and useful course which contributed to my creation and inspiration!
I am a: Semi-Pro, Producer, Musician, Sound Designer, Hobbyist
Submitted 2 years ago
Sensible, practical and Passionate.
This tutorial, gives a greater appreciation for the practical methods of mic set up, recording, tracking & mixing. I like the move from high end studio to project studio set up. Can't wait to apply some new ideas in my own studio. Krish's passion for the craft is infectious. Highly recommend.
I am a: Professional, Sound Designer, Audio Engineer, Producer, Sound for Film/TV, Musician, Mastering Facility
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