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Patchbays for equipment

I have always advocated using patch-bays for your equipment, whether you are an audio rental guy or if you are doing a rack for a client. 69 more words


Recording day - Studio

So to follow on from the recording session at peel hall, after a quick snack, we went back to the newton studios and recorded guitars, percussion, synths, and vocals. 403 more words

Recording Log

WyWires Red HD600: well-built, tangle free cable with a deep black background and big soundstage

Pros:  Oval design eliminates tangles, heavy duty durable construction, light weight, good connectors

Cons: Utilitarian looks


Thanks Alex Sventitsky, founder of WyWires, for providing this sample in return for my honest opinion. 2,026 more words


Recording Session #1

Today we had our first recording session. Here’s Niall drumming away at a jazz track we’re producing.

We thought we’d try out some new techniques – so far all of our recording projects have been fairly by-the-books. 114 more words

Recording Log

Cable bag for audio cables

Many big audio companies and equipment rental companies have the luxury of having dedicated flightcase boxes for their cables. I do not have this luxury because I have a small company and travel light. 154 more words



Each week I’m looking at a different piece of kit that I use in my audio recording and sound creation.

This week it’s the TASCAM DR-40. 67 more words


5. To demonstrate potential to work as a professional in the chosen emphasis area

I have had 5 internships/jobs that have molded my career plans. My first was at United Way the summer after my sophomore year. My practicum was writing the morning news for ‘The Breakfast Club’ on XLR. 213 more words