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Finding middle gain on stereo pairs

Handy tip, if your bouncing a stereo pair or mastering a mix on two console channel pre amps with slightly inaccurate gain pots or hands showing the scale. Play your recording & get your balance as close as you can ignoring the numbers, then use the mono button. almost every lead vocal is placed dead centre, so as you flip between mono and stereo if your vocal doesn't shift from one side or the other and remains dead middle then you should of lined your fader and pre amp combinations correctly. Now make sure your 'artist' doesn't lightly nudge it ;)

Takes, Styles & History

Some of the following may not be entirely date and fact correct but …

When Edison invented the recording medium, the process enabled a musician or spoken word piece to be replayed as many times as required without the musician or actor to ever repeat the performance again. With a few decades passing the machines and ideas grew into a recording studio process. In the case of bands and orchestras the music would be thoroughly prepared and then recorded one or two times,
then the Beatles began composing in the studio
their surroundings Abbey Road
not leaving there Sci Fi den for months
drawing inspiration from what they see,

and we embarked on a creative journey using lyrics, pycadelia and outrageous ……

some still prefer radio 3

there is a lot of music out there, and not all of it described as music by everyone

the original 1999 mix excerpt

Protect Yourself, Protect Me ⭐️🌟

originally hoped to get LJ d'Souza to sing this but ended up attempting it myself (only a demo i can't sing a scale let alone lead) bit of fun from 1999, the microphone is an AKG4000b from Glen

The immortal…….

Aaron Rappaport



| and if thy A side offend thee ……. |


Gig cancelled in Runnymede so...

I recorded a video of a familiar track, no reverb just me exploring slide country guitar, chew it over, i can still play the riffs if you need them recorded ;)

Knock Knock!


Knock KnockKnock

1 | 14 | 14 | 4
11 | 7 | 6 | 9
8 | 10 | 10 | 5
13 | 2 | 3 | 15


Who's Dere?

0 | 5 | 12 | 16
15 | 11 | 6 | 1
10 | 3 | 13 | 7
8 | 14 | 2 | 9

Coming into the desk

Cleaned, a lot of fiddling a little aesthetic touch up & its ready for jam! Check it out ;)


On the decks