Building a Band in the Bedroom: Creating a Record at Home with Real Instruments

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Chapter 1 - Introduction

What gear do I need?

A reality check

Working to a goal: Album, single or EP?

Setting a timescale, budget and (maybe) getting paid

Meet the artists: Diesel & Ronnie Jones

(i) Do I need to buy lots of expensive gear?

Chapter 2 - Start with a demo

Why make a demo?

Talking about genre, style & influences: using ‘sonic inspirations’

Creating the demos

Living with the music and finessing the arrangement

Planning a strategy

(i) Backing-up your work

Chapter 3 - Drums

Why record the drums first?

Programmed drums

Real drums

Running a recording session in the living room

(i) Drum ‘Hits’, Augmentation & Replacement

(i) The Glyn Johns Method

Hiring a session drummer & studio

Remote online sessions

Imperfection, character & vibe

Fixing drum recordings for timing

Getting a working mix

(i) Getting a working mix

Chapter 4 - Bass

Why record the bass now?

Recording bass: Samples, Amp, plugin or POD?

Imperfection, character & vibe

Fixing bass recordings: timing and phase

(i) Computer-saving strategies

Chapter 5 - Guitars

Recording acoustic guitar

Recording electric guitar: POD, plugin or amp?

Re-amp’ing

Imperfection, character & vibe

Fixing guitar recordings: phase, timing & resonances

(i) Red Light Fever & Performance Coaching

Chapter 6 - Keys

Electric versus Acoustic

Imperfection, character & vibe

Fixing keyboard recordings

(i) Good Practice in Digital Audio

(i) What is Compression?

Chapter 7 - Vocals

Who is going to sing this?

Studio acoustics for vocals

Running a vocal session

Imperfection, character and vibe

Compiling the perfect take

Advanced editing

Tuning vocals

Backing vocals

(i) When Perfection Goes Too Far…

Chapter 8 - The Mix

Reference tracks - remember your Sonic Inspirations

Monitoring: room acoustics, monitors and headphones

What makes a good mix?

The Mix

Tweaks: too many opinions?

The importance of finishing a mix

(i) Checking your mixes

Chapter 9 - The Final Stages

Mastering

Releasing & promoting

Reflection and analysing

Planning your next record!

(i) Inspiration, Education and Marginal Gains

Final words.

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Erscheinungsdatum

03.02.2021

Verlag

Taylor & Francis Ltd.

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200

Details

Einband

Taschenbuch

Erscheinungsdatum

03.02.2021

Verlag

Taylor & Francis Ltd.

Seitenzahl

200

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Sound on Sound Presents...

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Englisch

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978-1-138-73239-1

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  • Building a Band in the Bedroom: Creating a Record at Home with Real Instruments
  • Chapter 1 - Introduction

    What gear do I need?

    A reality check

    Working to a goal: Album, single or EP?

    Setting a timescale, budget and (maybe) getting paid

    Meet the artists: Diesel & Ronnie Jones

    (i) Do I need to buy lots of expensive gear?

    Chapter 2 - Start with a demo

    Why make a demo?

    Talking about genre, style & influences: using ‘sonic inspirations’

    Creating the demos

    Living with the music and finessing the arrangement

    Planning a strategy

    (i) Backing-up your work

    Chapter 3 - Drums

    Why record the drums first?

    Programmed drums

    Real drums

    Running a recording session in the living room

    (i) Drum ‘Hits’, Augmentation & Replacement

    (i) The Glyn Johns Method

    Hiring a session drummer & studio

    Remote online sessions

    Imperfection, character & vibe

    Fixing drum recordings for timing

    Getting a working mix

    (i) Getting a working mix

    Chapter 4 - Bass

    Why record the bass now?

    Recording bass: Samples, Amp, plugin or POD?

    Imperfection, character & vibe

    Fixing bass recordings: timing and phase

    (i) Computer-saving strategies

    Chapter 5 - Guitars

    Recording acoustic guitar

    Recording electric guitar: POD, plugin or amp?

    Re-amp’ing

    Imperfection, character & vibe

    Fixing guitar recordings: phase, timing & resonances

    (i) Red Light Fever & Performance Coaching

    Chapter 6 - Keys

    Electric versus Acoustic

    Imperfection, character & vibe

    Fixing keyboard recordings

    (i) Good Practice in Digital Audio

    (i) What is Compression?

    Chapter 7 - Vocals

    Who is going to sing this?

    Studio acoustics for vocals

    Running a vocal session

    Imperfection, character and vibe

    Compiling the perfect take

    Advanced editing

    Tuning vocals

    Backing vocals

    (i) When Perfection Goes Too Far…

    Chapter 8 - The Mix

    Reference tracks - remember your Sonic Inspirations

    Monitoring: room acoustics, monitors and headphones

    What makes a good mix?

    The Mix

    Tweaks: too many opinions?

    The importance of finishing a mix

    (i) Checking your mixes

    Chapter 9 - The Final Stages

    Mastering

    Releasing & promoting

    Reflection and analysing

    Planning your next record!

    (i) Inspiration, Education and Marginal Gains

    Final words.