Airshow HQ sat down with mastering engineers David Glasser and Jeffrey Norman to talk about the massive undertaking of “30 Trips Around the Sun,” due to ship out this month. We even got Grateful Dead Archivist David Lemieux to chime in! DL: When we started working on the “30 Trips Around The Sun” box set, […]
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Airshow HQ recently sat down with Anna Frick, engineer and Restoration Project Manager at our Boulder, CO studio, to talk about her experiences handling mastering, restoration, and everything in between. How did you get into engineering? A friend of mine in high school was a songwriter and I got this hairbrained idea to record […]Airshow, Anna Frick, Bluegrass, country, engineering, Folk, mandolin, Mastering, quality control, restoration, spoken word, The Rise and Fall of Paramount Records, Transfer
Randy LeRoy has always been a music lover. As a teenager in rural central Illinois, he taught himself guitar by listening to the FM radio stations, playing along with groups like The Doobie Brothers, Edgar Winter and The Marshall Tucker Band, and he and his buddies would be constantly blasting tunes off the radio or 8-track through his […]A&R, Airshow, Americana, audio, Bluegrass, CBS Records, country, engineering, Final Stage Mastering, Folk, Masterfonics, Mastering, Nashville, Randy LeRoy, studios
Sonic issues with your project studio recording? Airshow Takoma Park’s Charlie Pilzer has some answers in this two-part blog. ——- In this post, we address slant and bass control, two common problems I encounter with recordings from small rooms. Slant: the mix leans to the left or to the right. Besides the aesthetic of having […]Airshow, audio, engineering, home recording, home recording studio, Mixing, mixing engineer, monitors, recording, recording instruments, recording voice, room acoustics, slant, stereo
Sound issues with your project studio recording? Airshow Takoma Park’s Charlie Pilzer has some answers in this two-part blog. ——- Some of the problems that I hear in recordings from small project rooms include insufficient width and depth in the recordings. Let’s look at these separately. The primary cause for insufficient width is not enough […]Airshow, binaural, CDs, delay, engineering, headphones, home recording, home recording studio, Mixing, mixing engineer, monitors, panning, recording instruments, recording voice, reverb, stereo, wav files