Configuring “Overlapped Delay” In Your DAW

This may be a redundant subject for those intimate with DAW software, but I wanted to outline the technique for others, as it's a really cool use of delay plugins (for the layman, a repeating echo effect). It can be applied to all sorts of different tracks... Vocals, guitars, drums, you name it. I'll be … Continue reading Configuring “Overlapped Delay” In Your DAW

Isolated Music Tracks – An Obsession Of Mine

If you pay any attention to my Facebook timeline at all (and I certainly don't blame you if you don't), you're already aware of my fondness for isolated music tracks from a given song. It's really interesting stuff to listen to, and you can find tons of examples on YouTube. I did something along these … Continue reading Isolated Music Tracks – An Obsession Of Mine

Advances in Recording Technology: Deconstructing Sgt. Pepper

I really love listening to isolated music tracks. You can most certainly learn a lot as a musician and/or studio engineer by doing so, plus it's simply great fun for the average music lover. I've no idea how the hell the creator of the example video I'm about to present got his hands on copies … Continue reading Advances in Recording Technology: Deconstructing Sgt. Pepper

A Tribute To Mr. Christer Karjalainen

This post is to express my sincere thanks to a close compadre, Mr. Christer Karjalainen. I really knew next to jack taco about mixing studio sound until I was lucky enough to meet this master engineer online, one fine day. Christer had heard my cover of "Joe's Garage" on the 'net back in 2015, liked … Continue reading A Tribute To Mr. Christer Karjalainen