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Hello. Still sporting my Santa hat.
Bumping this thing up!
Just another bumpsy!
This is obviously the best way to handle a shitty situation. People get old and sick, as happened with Malcom Young and Brian Johnson among many...
I like the Slate manuals, although they seem to be pretty colloquial and not very tech-y
Hey Daniel! As Martijn said (thanks a lot for the reccomendation!) I record session bass often, tight playing and guaranteed high quality DI tone...
Bump again! Lots of updated stuff on my website!
Bump! Some new stuff is out so I updated my website a bit.
Hey guys, I recently posted a free short guide for self-recording with decent quality standards. If you're a musician who wants to record at home...
That's editing. And it's not preparing stems, it's preparing raw tracks.
Bumping this again.
Hahahaha dude, that post is 8 years old, I can see it really struck a nerve with you. That's fine though, Whitechapel's production is great.
Pretty slow really
Redouane, I know you've spoken to Marcelo Aires before, he just recorded my band's album and he's going to do a couple of shows with us, he's...
LOL that's what we all do here!
No, that term has been terribly misused lately. Stems means processed tracks, "raw tracks" or "multitracks" is what you are referring to.