Join Larry Crane for an in-depth discussion in this video Welcome to Real Recording School Weekly, part of Real Recording School Weekly.
- [Larry] I'm Larry Crane. Welcome to my series, Real Recording School Weekly. I'm the owner of Jackpot Recording Studio in Portland, Oregon, where I produced and mixed a wide variety of artists over the last 20 years. I'm also the founder and editor of Tape Op Magazine, which is the highest circulation recording magazine in the world. In this course, I'm offering up real information that will help every recordist learn how to create better music by intently focusing their listening skills. (drum playing) Whether during tracking, overdubbing, or mixing, these examples will illustrate the real choices we have available to us when recording in real scenarios.
By watching and listening to this course, it's my hope that you will learn how to identify the subtle nuances of the sounds you're working with. Excellent recording isn't just about finding one technique, and it's certainly more than simply applying this technique in a set and forget fashion. Great recordings come from constantly listening to every sound in the session and deciding if all the elements in the song are being recorded or mixed to their fullest potential. It's about knowing what the variety of sonic options are for every source, and how to get the sounds that work best with any style of music.
Real Recording School Weekly will provide all the recordists out there with the real tools they need to go out and make timeless, amazing recordings.