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In Session w/Chad Smith!

In Session w/Chad Smith!

Some sessions are fun…and then some sessions are FUN!

Few drummers can lay down a groove like Chad Smith. Few bass players can lay down a groove like Kevin Chown. Together, they form an unstoppable rhythm section. For most musicians watching them work..

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Why It’s Important To Know Your Mics!

Why It’s Important To Know Your Mics!

 

 

When I start preparing for a session the first thing I do is talk with the artist and find out what they are looking..

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Live Streaming Master Class Performance!

Live Streaming Master Class Performance!

We’ve been live streaming some great education Master Classes this month! Guitar improv, drum recording, blues guitar & bass, and we have much more coming up.

Here’s a little excerpt from our live Blues Improv Master Class with Ernesto Homeyer and Jesse Stern.

There..

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The Music Chamber: Sonja Midtune

The Music Chamber: Sonja Midtune

We are extremely happy to announce that we have the first video from our new show “The Music Chamber” online! Last month we featured 3 amazing artist in a live, in-studio concert, that we streamed live to the entire world…

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Building A Drum Sound pt4!

Building A Drum Sound pt4!

 

 

In our final installment of “Building A Drum Sound” I’m replacing the mono overhead with a stereo spaced..

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Building A Drum Sound pt3!

Building A Drum Sound pt3!

 

 

So far we’ve captured one heck of a sound with only 4 mics. It’s mono but it’s really good. It’s..

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Building A Drum Sound pt1

Building A Drum Sound pt1

 

 

“I put a mic on every drum. Why doesn’t it sound good?”

I’m sure at some point we’ve..

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