Radical Recording

Droney, Maureen
February 2005
Mix;Feb2005, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p48
Discusses creative techniques used by musicians in recording music. Number of mics used by artist John Vanderslice on a drum kit to limit sound tension; Advantage of controlling the level of distortion; Benefits of mono recording for the music of producer Matt Wallace.


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