Brad Haehnel

Brad Haehnel Noise Alchemy Studios LOS ANGELES CALIFORNIA, USA Testing the Product - Brad's Studio & our ACDA units Brad Haehnel, an audio engineer, started with 8 of our ACDA-10 units to manage the low frequencies from 30 - 300 Hz. in his room. He will be building a new studio shortly and wanted to [...]

Spectral Balance

January 23, 2018 No Comments

Today we’re going to talk about Spectral Balance. Spectral Balance is a term that Mastering Engineers use constantly and let’s just break it apart. Balance of Spectrum, so balancing all the sounds that are in your mix so that’s really a big important function of a mastering engineer and the goal of mixing engineer is […]

Making Acoustics a Priority – audioxpress.com Interview

October 31, 2016 No Comments

In this interview with audioxpress.com, chief acoustics engineer Dennis Foley talks about his beginnings in room acoustics and the latest projects of Acoustic Fields. The following is an excerpt of the interview. SHANNON BECKER: Tell us a little about your background and how you became interested in acoustic engineering. DENNIS FOLEY: I have been interested in […]

Recording acoustic guitar mic techniques discussion

March 8, 2015 No Comments

In another of our monthly Google Hangouts with experienced and talented audio engineers Brad Pierce, Joseph Baffy and Joshua Wilson, we continued in our efforts to bridge the gap between what you are hearing as an engineer and how the room is causing that problem. The following video and transcript comes from one particular section […]

Acoustic Guitar Mic Placement & Room Acoustics

March 6, 2015 No Comments

In another of our monthly Google Hangouts with experienced and talented audio engineers Brad Pierce, Joseph Baffy and Joshua Wilson, we continued in our efforts to bridge the gap between what you are hearing as an engineer and how the room is causing that problem. The following video and transcript comes from one particular section […]

Acoustic guitar mic techniques & room acoustics

March 5, 2015 No Comments

In another of our monthly Google Hangouts with experienced and talented audio engineers Brad Pierce, Joseph Baffy and Joshua Wilson, we continued in our efforts to bridge the gap between what you are hearing as an engineer and how the room is causing that problem. The following video and transcript comes from one particular section […]

NAMM 2015: The Future Of Online Mastering With MixGenius – YouTube

March 3, 2015 No Comments

Another report here from the Namm 2015 conference where audio gear and software is displayed to the masses. Interviewing Justin Evans founder of Mix Genius an online mastering service. Applying artificial intelligence sound engineering, Mix Genius is born. A mixing system that uses muti-stream tracks. Machine learning to help in the emotion of music? Hmm.

How To Remove Room Sound When Recording Drums

February 13, 2015 No Comments

In another of our monthly Google Hangouts with experienced and talented audio engineers Brad Pierce, Joseph Baffy and Joshua Wilson, we continued in our efforts to bridge the gap between what you are hearing as an engineer and how the room is causing that problem. The following video and transcript comes from one particular section […]

How To Use Variable Acoustics When Recording Drums

February 13, 2015 No Comments

In another of our monthly Google Hangouts with experienced and talented audio engineers Brad Pierce, Joseph Baffy and Joshua Wilson, we continued in our efforts to bridge the gap between what you are hearing as an engineer and how the room is causing that problem. The following video and transcript comes from one particular section […]

How You Should Position Mics When Recording Drums

February 13, 2015 No Comments

In another of our monthly Google Hangouts with experienced and talented audio engineers Brad Pierce, Joseph Baffy and Joshua Wilson, we continued in our efforts to bridge the gap between what you are hearing as an engineer and how the room is causing that problem. The following video and transcript comes from one particular section […]