Podcasts are still quite popular and new ones appear everyday. It is a fantastic format and I encourage everyone to give it a try. This of course involves the process of recording audio and if you haven’t done that before, there are a few things to keep in mind to get the best possible result, […]
I’ve been playing guitar for about five years at this point. I started on a Squier Classic Vibe 50’s Telecaster in butterscotch blonde which you can see on the picture. Over the first two of the past five years I’ve changed all parts of it except for the body. The next guitar was a Ray […]
We have recently recorded one of our bands rehearsals with a few dedicated microphones to get a better sound than with the Zoom H1 which we are normally using. We had one large condenser mic for the drums, one shure sm57 for both guitar amps and a DI box from Atelier der Tonkunst for the […]
Here is a recording of our small rehearsal room concert which we played for a few friends. An Evening with White Volcano from hukl on Vimeo.
Here is a little tip. I have just finished mixing concert recording. The mixing was done in Reaper at 24bit/48kHz and now I needed to convert / downsample it to 16bit/44.1kHz. If you leave that up to black box encoders you can actually hear a change in tonality or loudness even with untrained ears. At […]