I show 7 different mic configurations from the simplest set up to a more elaborate set up. There are pros and cons to each and we go into the detail and differances.
Learn how to properly set-up and tune your drums. The key to getting great sounding recorded drums is to make sure they are tuned properly. There are also many tip on drum set-up that will help you and the player during the recording process.
Learn how to record drums using EQ and Compression on the way into the DAW. This is another key to achieving a great recording prior to mixing the tracks. We also look at some help I-pad apps that will help you if you are both the player and the recording engineer.
Learn how to use mobile apps to set recording levels from behind the drum kit! This is a great option if you are both the drummer and the recording engineer.
You dont need high-end expensive microphones to get a great drum recording. In this series I show you using very affordable microphones that every home studio owner has access too.
Just like with microphones, we use a very affordable Peal Export kit. With good tuning and setup you can achieve a great drum sound using a modest priced kit.
I specialize in teaching beginners the craft of recording, mixing, and mastering music in the home studio environment and in a non-technical way.
I take you step-by-step and give you a simple-to-follow process. I am here to relieve all your frustrations and make your experience of working in your home studio an enjoyable one!
A little about me: I have been a professional mixing engineer since the mid-'90s and have mixed hundreds of songs for clients all over the world. Since 2014, I have been teaching home recording musicians aspiring audio engineers of all experience levels how to set up and use their home studios effectively.