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Album Review: Joie de Vivre by Katrin Endrikat

Hello folks, I have another superb recording in my guitar string-calloused little mitts to review for you. And once again it’s another cracker.

Joie de Vivre… 529 more words

Classical Guitar

Recording Brass Quintet

Yesterday was my first time recording a brass quintet. In fact, I think it was my first time recording brass anything!

We recorded in a church that was relatively big – maybe 35ft wide and 50-60 ft long, with gable (symmetric) ceiling that was maybe 40ft tall. 502 more words


Limited Time Offer: Get Bespoke Mastering For Your Music at £10 Per Track

For a limited time we are offering ultra-low prices for bespoke mastering for any one  format of your choosing. We can master for all formats including mastering for iTunes, vinyl, CD, Spotify or any other platform, including metadata and DDP images. 24 more words

Album Review: Echo & Return by Callum Henshaw - accomplished, polished and just a little adventurous!

Echo & Return is the first recording from young Australian guitarist Callum Henshaw. And what a cracker it is!

Who is Callum Henshaw?

Callum began playing guitar aged just six, learning from a number of talented teachers including Carolyn Kidd, Daniel McKay and Minh Le Hoang. 451 more words

Classical Guitar

Album Review: Fantasías by Rupert Boyd - elegance and grace from a modern master

Well, I’ve been at it again – lucky enough to have the latest recording from a top classical guitar talent to feature and review for you. 972 more words

Classical Guitar

She's Back!

Hi Folks!

It has been a long time between posts, but I’m back. I probably won’t get back to the regularity of twice weekly posts of the initial years (due to the rigours of a day job with a demanding, but excitingly challenging global focus!), but will be back posting on a somewhat regular basis again nonetheless. 306 more words

Classical Guitar

Recording tips - Didgeridoo

Let no-one say that Australian microphone manufacturer Rode aren’t thorough! Tucked away in their useful support section is this little gem.


What’s the best way to record a Didgeridoo? 72 more words