Music recording is a technological process, but it also involves people. The technology exists to serve musicians, and the process of recording must consider the personalities of the people involved.
This episode looks at how those human interactions work, from the perspective of the recording engineer.
How do you deal with difficult people? Or insecure people? What does it take to provide a comfortable working environment so that musicians can be at their best? How does an engineer facilitate the recording process to keep every happy, creative, and relaxed?
This episode looks into those things and provides some practical advice, based on my 50+ years of studio recording.
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