Recording Secrets For The Small Studio - Additional Resources (1st Edition Archive)
(This page contains archived resources for the first edition of Recording Secrets For The Small Studio. You can access updated resource pages for the current edition here.)
- Correction: In Figure 11.2 on page 371, the drummer in the diagram should of course be shown with headphones on in order to be hearing the foldback mix. Or maybe he’s just using in-ear monitors… 😀
Sound On Sound Magazine Articles: The magazine’s regular ‘Session Notes’ column provides lots of practical insights into real-world project-studio recording methods (with accompanying audio files), and frequently demonstrates handy monitoring and isolation workarounds which you can use when working with multi-room setups. In addition, here are a few other one-off articles which also shed useful light on this kind of recording from a small-studio perspective: ‘Guerilla Recording: How To Record Bands Outside The Studio’; ‘Recording A Jazz Band On Location’; ‘Recording Bands On Location’; and ‘Andrija Tokic: Recording Alabama Shakes’.
Recording Live Concerts: If you’re interested in recording live concerts, you’ll need a whole extra set of skills in addition to what’s covered in ‘Recording Secrets’. To dip a toe in the water, check out these two articles: Recording A Live Show and 7 Tips For A Successful Live Concert Recording. For more in-depth coverage, Bartlett & Bartlett’s Recording Music On Location is a good place to start.