I’ve been interested in the use of convolution reverbs for a while, and was particularly inspired listening to this interview with Nikolay Georgiev by Lij Shaw for…… Read more “Capturing the Sound of a Space”
Alter the tonality of this already nice mic with a simple tube change
I thought I’d write a quick post on this in case some of you experience a similar problem, it may save you hassle and expense. I have…… Read more “AKG C414B Hum problems”
I’ve been meaning to build a passive DI box for sometime, I have a couple of active ones and it’s nice to have an alternative. Also, I recently…… Read more ““Boutique” DI box on a budget”
I had the idea of re-amping the piano by passing the sampled piano track back through a speaker playing into the body of the upright piano I have at home, then micing the piano to get a new piano track.
As promised in the previous post, here are some sound samples to demonstrate the sonic differences between the DIY EZ1290 Neve-style Mic preamps and the stock preamps…… Read more “DIY preamps continued….”
There comes a point when many a recording engineer starts to consider the finer points of the recording chain, and inevitably finds themselves in the esoteric world of mic…… Read more “The DIY preamp saga”
The concept of a sub kick is very simple, take a large speaker and use it in reverse as a microphone specifically for picking up low frequency…… Read more “DIY Sub Kick”