Our guest this week is Trenton Hall and we talk about using studio techniques in live situations and the Behringer X32 rack.
Hey guys, a new podcast will be up this week but in the meantime here are two videos Jon and Ryan recorded for the REAPER Blog.
If you haven’t been following The REAPER Blog or Jon’s YouTube channel you may have missed that Ryan has almost entirely switched from Pro Tools to REAPER.
In this first video Jon answers Ryan’s questions on improving his workflow and tweaking settings in REAPER.
In the second video Jon and Ryan discuss mixing a film in Surround Sound in REAPER.
In this episode we have a segment by Peter Corbett on modifying his Hammond L102 Spinet organ with comparison to various virtual Hammonds.
We also discuss our most valuable studio gear.
The day after we recorded this episode Jon and Ryan got together for a REAPER tutorial. You can watch this on the REAPER Blog.
Equipment and software mentioned in Peter’s segment:
Hammond L102 Spinet organ
Logic X Vintage Organs plugin
NI Vintage Organs for KONTAKT
Sound Dust Hammer Plus for KONTAKT
Melda Productions M-Rotary
Equipment mentioned in the Most Valuable Gear segment
GAP Pre-73 microphone Preamp
Shure SM-7b dynamic microphone
Shure SM-57 dynamic microphone
CAD M 179 multipatern condenser microphone
AKG K240 mkii Headphones
Sony MDR-7506 Headphones
This week we catch up on questions and comments in the fifth installment of Ask HRS.
Topics include: Ryan’s location audio gear; reamping; fetishes; Seventh Circle Preamps; 10 lessons from 243 podcasts; mobile drum recording; recording in a car; going back to 4-track recorder; touch control surface for DAW, and more
In this episode Jon goes solo and gets one more show out before the end of the year. Adam Hawley sent in a segment on recording a song entirely with a smart phone in Rolling Ford Studio, aka his truck. Also, Jon has a quick review of some notable software and music from the past year.
ASK HRS is the next episode so send in your questions for Ryan and Jon.
This week we discuss a great segment sent to us by Jon Cohen on the Fuzz and distortion pedals he has built. Helping us geek out in the pedal discussion is Jeff Brooks.