Live recording of Jack Cheshire at the Union Chapel Recording and mixing engineer Les Mommsen takes us through the ins and outs of how he recorded Jack Cheshire and band’s performance of three tracks off their new album, live at the Union Chapel for Sound Network Sessions. The performance was captured with 29 channels of […]
Tag Archives | Acoustic Guitar
Louis from Garageband and Beyond has put together a nice video demonstration using the DPA d:dicate 4015A recording microphone. From DPA’s d:dicate™ recording range, the 4015A is a wide cardioid recording microphone with a clear and flat frequency response second to none, and here you can hear how it picks up the following acoustic instruments: […]
This beautiful recording was made in the Church of Saint John the Baptist in Béguinage, Brussels, for Bruxells ma Belle. Portland, Oregon based folk artists Alela Diane and Ryan Francesconi use the lush natural reverb of the space to their advantage for this performance of “Migration”, recorded using DPA d:vote™ 4099 instrument mics and omni […]
After nearly 50 years as one of the world’s premier hard rock acts, Status Quo shook everything up in 2014 with the release of Aquostic (Stripped Bare), a fully acoustic album of 25 completely reworked Quo hits.
We were recently contacted by Ed Peczek, a classical guitarist who hails from the UK, with regard to his experience with his DPA d:vote 4099G Guitar Microphone – check out this video of him playing Bach recorded with a DPA d:vote 4099G mic.
Flamenco guitar is a difficult instrument to record. There are many factors that people overlook, which Jonathan Espinosa and special guest Tony Calvo will tackle in this webinar covering mono- and stereophonic miking techniques and much more.
We get behind the scenes at Penguin Cafe’s concert at the Union Chapel on 14 Feb 2014, in an interview with their sound engineer, Jamie Orchard-Lisle, who has a big job miking up and mixing sound for the nearly all-acoustic band.