Tips from a Pro
Thursday August 02nd 2007, 1:07 am
Filed under: Audio recording

James Lee Stanley, one of our favorite musicians here at Stagemom.com, offers some terrific tips and ideas for those preparing to go into a studio for audio recording.

James has been in the business for decades and recorded well over a dozen of his own CDs, as well as producing for others, so he definitely knows whereof he speaks. His blog is a must-read for songwriters and working musicians.

In this latest post, he offers recommendations of how to prepare for your session, tips on mic selection and vocal technique, and a few production hints. One bit I found interesting was his methodology for “sequencing” the final CD (that is, figuring out what order to put the tracks in).

Check it out!

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