Category Archives: Music Production

Capture the moment with direct to stereo recording

I have written before about the benefits of recording direct to stereo and that post has proved popular so I wanted to go in to a bit more depth about how I decide if direct to stereo recording is suitable … Continue reading

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It’s not about the tools

There is an easy tendency in most discip­lines to fetishise the state of the art tools, endowing them with the magical power to make your work (whatever it is) wonderful. Tools are important. If you create things with them and … Continue reading

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The perils of modern music making, part 2: Blinded by the light

Music is a sonic medium. As obvious as this is it can be easy to forget when faced with the rich visual envir­onment of modern music creation software. This is, mostly, a good thing but as a card-carrying grumbler I … Continue reading

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