Welcome to the Cambridge Music Technology web site, where you can find out more about the studio services, workshops, and publications offered by award-winning engineer and best-selling author Mike Senior. Please choose the appropriate link below:
Free On-line Recording Resources: Hundreds of in-depth audio demonstration files, the expansive 'Recording Secrets' Library Of Mic Positions, a selection of freely downloadable backing tracks and documentation for overdubbing practice, detailed budget-friendly hardware/software recommendations, and lots of links to further reading.
Free On-line Mixing Resources: Check out these extensive on-line resource pages, which provide hundreds of in-depth audio demonstration files, the huge 'Mixing Secrets' Free Multitrack Download Library for students/teachers, detailed budget-friendly hardware/software recommendations (including Mike’s Freeware Top Ten), dozens of mix critiques (with audio files) for ear-training in The Great 'Blood To Bone' Mixoff and the Cambridge-MT Patrons Diesel13 Mix Contest, and lots of links to further reading.
Studio Recording & Mixing Services: Bring some specialist knowledge on board for your next production to improve the quality of your results, and see for yourself how successfully big-studio techniques can be adapted for even modest studio setups. As you might guess from Mike’s Mix Rescue and The Mix Review magazine columns, he specialises in mixing work, but he can also offer advice and hands-on guidance at the recording stage to avoid many common mixdown problems at source, as his many Session Notes articles demonstrate.
Training & Advice For Small-studio Users: Benefit from Mike’s mixing and production skills, as well as his latest research into the techniques of the world’s most famous producers and engineers. Options include Production Critiques, One-on-one Mix Training, and Studio Visits.
A complete recording primer, based around techniques from more than 200 of the world’s greatest producers. Full of power-user tips specially adapted for small rooms and limited budgets. If you’ve been listening to Mike’s Session Notes recordings, then you can read in depth about his recording methods here.