In memory of Keith Flint
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If you’re serious about your career as a sound engineer you need to be serious about self-improvement and managing your relationships with clients!
The monitor engineer is the interface between the artist and the technology – a panel of experienced monitor engineers discuss this and much more.
There’s a lot to be said for things with knobs on… We grab a few minutes with Jon Burton before The Prodigy show at Alexandra Palace.
Do you want to move out of your bedroom and into a proper studio of your own? The Laundry Rooms is one example of how to make it work.
Using multiple mics on guitars gives you greater choice when it comes to mixing. Recording a DI track allows re-amping too!
Jon talks about using predictive software and remote amplifier control to achieve the coverage you need in a big venue like Brixton Academy.
Soulsound spent the day pointing cameras at people working in Brixton Academy!
Experiment with moving your mic around to get the best sound before you hit record. Save on time and EQ!
Experimenting with microphones and positioning is key to a great recording and mix.
Vintage gear definitely still has a place in the modern studio. Jon Burton discusses his favourite analogue delay – the Roland RE-301 Chorus Echo.