Studio Build Cost Analysis

December 12, 2017 No Comments

Often we get questions about studio build cost. We do a lot of building, we do a lot of ground up, we do a lot of renovation and of course, we have our products that you can buy. Freestanding that you can put in your existing room and treat your existing room which may or […]

Acoustic Treatment For Recording Drums & Drum Rooms

April 6, 2015 2 Comments

This blog has been updated to reflect new information in regards to acoustic treatment for recording drums, updated on 11/11/19 Today we’re going to talk about acoustic treatment for recording drums. We got a lot of inquiries about people that want to record drums and usually the room is too small. I never see a […]

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 […]

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 […]

How To Record Drums In The Studio

February 12, 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 […]

Why Recording Drums Is All About Managing Pressure & Reflections

February 10, 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 […]

What Are The Biggest Issues Faced When Recording Drums?

February 3, 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 […]

Why you need to think carefully about acoustic barrier design principles

August 18, 2014 No Comments

Last week I was asked about an acoustic barrier design and what I thought about it (the exact question is in the below video). Well once again with this topic we have another cart before the horse scenario. This particular individual has this idea for a barrier on the surface and it sounds pretty good […]