Are real or programmed drums better for your home recording? Are real drums even an option if you don't have a real drummer or recording real drums in your home is not an option?
It has cost me so much over my life so far. I know I am not alone...
If you have spent any money on lightweight foam stuff or egg cartons then you have just learnt a valuable lesson...
For all brand new clients who make their first booking with me for a date in January 2021 I will give you a bonus 40min Remote session worth $50.
Remember ages ago when your music slipped to the back burner while focusing on career and family? Fear not - You now have loads of time to record your long lost musical works
Everyone knows your car stereo can be your best friend when it comes to checking your mix, but I have found even more similarities.
You may already know of the many success stories in home recording, but here's just a few examples of top selling albums and singles which were recorded & mixed at home using pretty standard/basic gear
Here is an unboxing, review & demonstration of the IK Multimedia iRig Keys 25 USB MIDI.
Too much reverb and too much bass are easily the most common and disappointing signs of a home recording, yet so easy to address!
Throughout lockdown, and in the weeks since, I have been working with clients remotely to get them up and recording faster in their own space.