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Recording Engineers

For those of you that are proficient at sound design let us know who you are so you can be called upon for projects.

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MP3s versus the audiophile

Started by Mike Ellis. Last reply by James Bazen Mar 30, 2009. 2 Replies

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Comment by Jazzy Jones on May 20, 2011 at 2:41pm
I'm a vocalist/songwriter and video editor. My website is www.youtube.com/jazzyentertainer  I also entertain voice over's for narration...
Comment by Rick Britto on January 5, 2011 at 5:42am

SAURUS STUDIO LINK

Rick Brittoartist/producer
Recording                         Engineering
Production
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Orchestration       Arranging   
  Musical Performance
Internet Audio
Web Design
Music Copy

 

Comment by Gary Vandy on January 4, 2010 at 9:02am

NEW STUDIO OPEN AND BOOKED..SPECIALIZING IN ACOUSTIC AND ELECTRIC JAZZ AND ROCK
Comment by Gene Weed on January 4, 2010 at 8:21am
L. 'Gene' Weed is the inventor of the "Modified Mid - Side Recording System. Based on the forgotten (up to that time) Blumlein principles, his ground breaking research in 1977 on acoustic holographic imaging gave producers world wide a chance to develop it further. It went on to inspire Quadraphonic sound and Dolby surround, and is now used in all major film and sound studios world wide. Today, thousands of recordings exist due in part this ground breaking re-invention. The original article is available as a reprint on STUDIO 57A bookstore http://www.lulu.com/Studio57a

Also check out his book "ON AIR", in which much expanded recording information technology using this technique is revealed for the first time.

Gene Weed continues his development in the recording arts and sciences by sponsoring and encouraging new talent and new microphone designs in his Arizona Laboratory.

(also see Cascade Microphones)

-Jess
Comment by James Bazen on December 23, 2009 at 9:43am
Pick me! Pick me! (-:

Hope your holidays are blessed with great sessions!
Comment by thomas nowotny on December 22, 2009 at 7:35pm
. . . I ran my own personally crafted 16K rig in Concert Sound Hire across the Southern African sub continent for ten years, those were such times, being on those open roads in those wide open places, between set up and strike and set up, for the next of a series of back to back, 12 hour, stadium gigs, the pounding rhythms going way through the night under the African stars and then the fatigue with the approaching chill of dawn, being careful not to fall off the front of house tower . . .. It was bulky, big, hands on, manual, physical, labour intensive, sweaty, proprietor did it all, transport, staging, security, liaising, 3 phase - the mix at the end was the proverbial cherry at the last - we worked with some great musos, Brenda, Sankomota, Bayete, Sakhile, Letta . . .. Hey now, northern hemisphere zero degrees in iddy biddy spaces, all packed into the little digital box, the virtual sliders, automation . . . the big installation is still the High, but the composer / musician calling has got this SoundSmith busy at his own screen at the moment, bouncing mp3's . . ..

Proficient at sound design, yes - my team works all forms and genres - available to be called upon; taking the product from studio to live installation application - my true buzz.

Greetings!

Thomas
aka numin

Comment by Mike Ellis on March 29, 2009 at 12:51pm
hello everyone,
.......i'm a musician/engineer...i'm still trying to think of an ineresting topic for discussion....but in the mean time, during these hard times...i've got mint condition John Hardy 4 channel preamp up for grabs...
i've posted a lot of music on my my page...most of it well rec orded...but who can tell from MP3s....
...that's it, my topic just came to me...MP3s versus the Audiophile...
peaceout,
Mike
Comment by Gary Vandy on December 12, 2008 at 11:06am
Glad to find such a group. Gary Vandy www.garyvandy.com
Comment by Ramine Parsivand AKA GoOsh on September 12, 2008 at 5:24am
Hey everyone,
looks like a great community over here.
I would like to collaborate with talented people anywhere on the globe.
So please don't hesitate to contact me for further informations.
Vibes...
Comment by Stempel on September 3, 2008 at 1:39am
Hi over there ! What a small world

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