Keep getting the same question from a lot of readers.
It has to do with your room. I was asked how it’s possible to really take the “room sound” out of your bedroom recordings.
Well, it’s not really that hard.
It has to do with correct mic placement. Knowing where to point the microphone and use simple house-hold items to kill the reflections from your walls coming into your mics.
It’s not just the position of your mic, but it’s also the position of the instrument in the room.
That’s really it.
That’s how I do it.
And you can easily do it too.
I show you a bunch of ways to wipe out your room sound from your recordings in Recording Strategies. These simple techniques have helped others get the same result: Less “Home” from “Home Recordings.” I know they’ll help you too.
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