Recording/Production

The place to learn about recording and producing your music. (covering everything from demos, recording your songs, to producing your music and album)

If A Tree Falls In A Forest, Does It Produce A Sound If Nobody Is There To Hear It?

If A Tree Falls In A Forest, Does It Produce A Sound If Nobody Is There To Hear It? The first time I heard of this conundrum was in my first recording engineering class at Berklee College of Music. The class was called “acoustics”, and it is the first class you take at the start
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A Quick Map For How To Record and Produce Your Songs

It would be beyond the scope of this book to cover all the ins and outs of recording and production. The purpose of this chapter is to save you a lot of time in recording your songs, by given you a couple of helpful starter’s tips. 1) Work out your song. The old adage that
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The Guitar Effects Flow Chart

Guitar students often revel in the size of my pedal board. I love my stompboxes. They bring out the kid in me. 🙂 While there is not substitute for experimentation, and no right or wrong, there is a certain order of placement in the signal chain of guitar effects that is generally preferred. The Signal
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Bob Ezrin: Producer Profile

There is a lot you can learn about music production from reading producer bios or interviews. In following article, Bob Ezrin talks about 11 career defining albums he produced. I wanted to repost it here on zotzinguitarlessons because the interview is very high quality and rich in information. Click here to read Bob Ezrin’s Interview
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How The Fletcher Munson Curve Can Improve Your Live Guitar Performance!!!

Equal Loudness Curve. In 1933 American scientists Harvey Fletcher and Wilden A. Munson came up with the Fletcher-Munson curve. They were the first guys to measure our perception of loudness at different frequencies using headphones. The curve represents how much sound pressure dB SPL (energy, amplitude) need to be applied across the frequency spectrum, for
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