January 31st, 2017 by Mike Major
When it comes to recording live musicians, few instruments are as misunderstood or mysterious as the drums.
The drum kit presents a complexity that just doesn’t exist when recording other instruments, simply because of the sheer number of components that make up even the most basic drum setup, as well Read more...
April 17th, 2014 by Zach McNees
Do you remember 2006? Apple’s latest version of OS X was Tiger. Pro Tools users were salivating over version 7 and the newly released Mbox 2 Pro. Eight years is several lifetimes in the technology world!
2006 was also the year that Toontrack first released its EZ Drummer platform to Read more...
December 5th, 2013 by SonicScoop Editors
Welcome back for Part 3 of our free drum mic video series.
Get off those laptop speakers and switch your video stream to HD as Justin Colletti takes us through a handful of the most popular approaches for placing stereo room mics.
Sennheiser e914, Parker Kindred on the drums at Read more...
February 26th, 2013 by Justin Colletti
It’s no overstatement to say that a good snare sound is essential to the backbone of almost any kind of pop record – whether that means hip hop, country, speed metal, R&B, punk rock, psychedelia, shoegaze, adult contemporary, jazz or straight up rock n’ roll. So every recording studio should Read more...
October 21st, 2012 by David Weiss
Facility Name: The Brooklyn Dojo
Location: Clinton Hill, Brooklyn
(l-r) Mark Grant and James Perry have the space to make big sounds at Dojo Recording.
Neighborhood Advantages: Space here is still affordable and Myrtle Ave has lots of good uncrowded bars and restaurants.
Date of Birth: September, Read more...