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Date Created: 12/19/15
993 Recording Studio 993 recording studio After discussing the project with the consumer, an original recording program is booked. Guide tracks that will be used in the recording are produced. In a recording studio, simple click tracks can be used, but there is need to create track instructions with a human feel. These are created by use of a skeleton version of the song, mostly vocals and guitar. Once the guide tracks are in place, a program in the live room is organized. Here the drums are recorded. Here, the entire multi-track recording of the different parts of the project is made. Most recording studios prefer to record at least 3 versions of each part. Eventually, the best ones will be picked and edited back in the recording studio. If there is need, the parts of the bass guitar may be recorded together with the drums. In most instances, a DJ box is used to avoid acoustic overflow into the drum microphones. After this has been finished, the drum tracks are then transferred to the Digital Audio Workstation in the recording studio in preparation for the next program. Keyboard parts and beat guitar are recorded in the following recording program. Some keyboards have different recording options that allow the use of electric guitars. Some also have valve heads that have a speaker device in the isolation booth. If desired, bands can bring along their gear. In most cases, the singer is generally the last person in the recording studio in capturing the vocal parts. Some production keyboards have classic warming valve tones and solid State clean preamps which compliment the standard microphones in the industry. The isolation booth is handled acoustically to allow overdubs and vocals to be captured with focus and clarity. Depending on the level and depth of the project, additional overdubs and solos may be needed. Some projects may require longer programs for creative experimentation and 'microphoning' in the recording approach. After all the required raw tracks have been recorded, what follows is audio compression. This entails editing the unrequired parts by eliminating unwanted noises and compiling good parts from the several parts. Audio compression will ensure that only the good selected parts are blended in a manner that will create a cohesive and stylish piece of tunes. Some recording studios have machines that produce automatic mixes. Such machines can approach audio sounds from plug-ins of very high good quality to standard hardware units. During audio compression, all mixes are handled with objectivity bearing in mind the type and requirements of the supposed tunes style. If the consumer wishes to add, remove or change anything from the finished version, such will be considered when producing the mix. Audio mastering then follows. Audio mastering is a post production technique. It entails the preparation and transfer of recorded tunes from a source that contains the final mix to a device for storing data. Finished tunes mixes are then mastered to make a final audio CD. Audio mastering is a very important approach because it ensures that the level and balance of a finished project are commercially successful appropriate for production in large figures and eventual launch. Once the project is tested and finished, the consumer is contacted and informed that his project is finished. recording studio
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