Recording & Mixing on Audient Consoles

Cenzo Video Recording & Mixing on Audient Consoles   Award winning Mix Engineer Cenzo Townshend talks through his long history with Audient consoles, from recording New Order and Kaiser Chiefs, up to recording tracks off Ed Sheeran’s latest album! Cenzo discusses how Audient Consoles are used within his workflow and what separates them from other consoles.  Related […]

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Miking A Bass Cab

Video James LoMenzo’s Guide to Recording Bass Part 3: Miking a Bass Cab Intro Journeyman bass player James Lomenzo (Megadeth, Zakk Wylde, David Lee Roth) shows how you can mic up a bass cab, from mic placement to signal chain into your computer.   Subscribe to Audient on YouTube       Related James LoMenzo's […]

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Singing = talking in tune

Blurb – Stephen Sharples Musican and producer Stephen Sharples takes us through the top tips for How To Prepare for a Vocal Performance to find out more read below… Written by Stephen Sharples Written by Sean Sharples Stephen Intro Preparing vocals for the big performance can sometimes be a little daunting especially when you want […]

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Snare Re-Amping Mix Trick With Cenzo Townshend

Cenzo Video Snare Re-Amping Mix Trick With Cenzo Townshend     Award winning mix engineer Cenzo Townshend (The Maccabees, Passenger, James Blunt, Ed Sheeran) sheds light on the art of snare drum re-amping, to give natural ambience to a dry snare recording, and gives you a tour round the live room at Decoy Studios. Related […]

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James LoMenzo Recording Bass Genres

Video James LoMenzo’s Guide to Recording Bass Part 4: Recording Different Genres Intro Journeyman bass player James Lomenzo (John Fogerty, Megadeth, David Lee Roth) talks through how he gets a great bass tone for a number of different genres, giving you the tools you need to craft your own unique sound.   Subscribe to Audient on […]

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Proper Microphone Technique For YOUR Podcast

Blurb Dan Lenard from Home Voice Over Studio talks us through setting up and using a proper mic technique for your podcast. Written by Dan Lenard Written by Dan Lenard Dan Lenard Intro The audio quality of your podcast depends on a number of factors. in previous Audient articles, we’ve discussed the acoustics of the […]

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5 Essential Tips For Recording Acoustic Guitar

Recording acoustic guitar might seem like an intimidating task, as is any acoustic instrument, but with these 5 tips you’ll be up and running in no time. For this article we’ve chosen the most common methods to get the best acoustic guitar sound possible. 1. Finding The Right Space Before you start placing microphones, it’s […]

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Charlie Andrew Interview

Charlie Video Inside Producer Charlie Andrew’s Studio   See inside Charlie Andrew’s studio as he discusses his approach to production and talks through his studio equipment. His small but characterful studio has been used to produce albums from the likes of alt-J, Marika Hackman, Sivu  and is a Brit Award and Mercury Prize winning producer.  […]

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Recording On Location: A Case Study

Intro Recording in the studio for 12 hours a day and weeks on end? Mixing alone in your bedroom again? Generally spending too much time in windowless spaces? Sound familiar? It’s time to take a look beyond your curtains and comfort zone and step into the world of recording on location. Written By Hamish Dickinson […]

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7 Top Tips for Pre Production

Blurb Music Producer and Sound Engineer Malomi Shlomi Weinberger takes us through the top tips on how to make the most of pre production to find out more read below… Written by Malomi Shlomi Weinberger Written by Malomi Shlomi Weinberger Just Listen Just Listen Start by listening to the artist and their material. Perhaps, ask […]

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