Skills First. Equipment Second.


Namm was this past weekend. Lots of gear. But for some reason I wish I would have more to report. You see, it’s just becoming more and more of the same thing. Yay, here’s another entry-level interface that’s comparable to all the other entry-level interfaces out there. PreSonus came out with monitors, which sounds weird...


5 Bullet-Proof Ways to Become a Better Audio Engineer


This is a guest post by Jamie from Audio Engineering School. Please read the guest post guidelines if you wish to contribute a guest post. 1. Find Yourself A Mentor Or Critic Mixing, recording, sound design, and all the other complexities of audio engineering are all demanding tasks. They require in-depth understanding of acoustic concepts and...


Advanced Microphone Techniques in MusicTech Magazine


Guess who wrote the big jumbo featured article in January’s issue of MusicTech magazine? The one about advanced microphone techniques? Moi. You can check it out here: http://www.musictechmag.co.uk/mtm/magazine I cover everything about microphone techniques: the importance of the room and your mic selection, the difference between mono and stereo and how to record any instrument. Here...