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

Drum Enhancement In Mixes Using the REAPER DAW

I had previously made a post on the subject of recorded sound replacement, which covered only one, pretty limited technique for drums using a Gate capable of MIDI output along with a VST instrument (i.e., a complete drum kit). Although that method can be used with just about any DAW out there, the one I'm about to … Continue reading Drum Enhancement In Mixes Using the REAPER DAW

Drum Replacement In Mixes

UPDATE: If you're using the REAPER DAW, here's a more recent post that provides a far more flexible approach in creating yet another “Poor Man’s Drumagog”, using only built-in functions. Not a single plugin is required! Drum Enhancement In Mixes Using the REAPER DAW Ever receive improperly recorded drums for mixing, that just sound flat-out … Continue reading Drum Replacement In Mixes