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Karen Stackpole provides a rudimentary primer for miking the rhythm section: guitars, bass, piano, and drums.
Four globe-trotting sound engineers share their tips, tricks and techniques.
Think about microphone types today and your mind will automatically turn to the dynamic and condenser types that dominate live sound reinforcement and recording applications. But from the 1930s through the 1950s, the ribbon velocity microphone ruled the airwaves.
Here are some helpful hints from Shure Associate and audio pro John Born about how to avoid comb filtering with podium mics.
We talked to three drummers whose approaches to drum miking are as different as their musical odysseys: Jim Riley, Paul Wertico, and finally, Simon Phillips.
Learn how to use your favorite microphones to digitally record on your Mac or PC whenever and wherever you want.
Part three of our three-part series on microphone basics. In this episode, Chris Lyons talks about microphone directionality, both unidirectional and omnidirectional.
The Foo Fighters first album. Stand-up Mark Maron's twice-weekly WTF podcast. What they have in common is technology that makes it possible for artists to launch their careers by creating professional recordings in a bedroom, basement, garage or hotel room. They did it and so can you.