By Larry Crane | Friday, September 25, 2015
From starting my first band 30 years ago to running a professional studio since 1997, I’ve spent a lot of days in recording studios. And I’ve learned that artists in the studio need a lot of support.
A great engineer or producer is always anticipating clients’ needs and helping to keep them productive. Sometimes you even need to think like a detective or archaeologist to find answers to difficult problems.
That’s what I did for one rock group that “lost” an important drum track for the album they’d recorded. With the recording tricks I share in my video series Music Production Secrets, I was able to help them—and produce a great, usable mix.
It just took a little studio magic …
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