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Hello! My name is Brennan. I am an audio engineer from Northwest Ohio. I started Rewire Media as an outlet to produce and creatively market music.
The live recording adventure, Live At The Loft begins with an epic cp70 load in. #brutal

The live recording adventure, Live At The Loft begins with an epic cp70 load in. #brutal

It’s #studiotiptuesday!

Provide references! For engineers and producers it’s important to know the artist’s vision and to deliver recordings that suits their taste. For an artist it’s crucial to communicate your vision to the engineer or producer so you’re on the same page throughout a project. I like to have 3-5 references of specific albums at the start of a new project.

Otherwise your polka band might end up sounding like a punk band. Happy recording! #recording

It’s #studiotiptuesday!

Provide references! For engineers and producers it’s important to know the artist’s vision and to deliver recordings that suits their taste. For an artist it’s crucial to communicate your vision to the engineer or producer so you’re on the same page throughout a project. I like to have 3-5 references of specific albums at the start of a new project.

Otherwise your polka band might end up sounding like a punk band. Happy recording! #recording

I picked up this Tascam DR-680 for various live field recordings. #fun #recording #tascam

I picked up this Tascam DR-680 for various live field recordings. #fun #recording #tascam

It’s #studiotiptuesday!

This is a great way to fill out an acoustic instrument as well as make a stereo image without doubling up multiple takes. Plug the instrument into an amp, mic it up and also mic the instrument. Make sure the signals are in phase before you start tracking keepers. I have used this technique with mandolin, acoustic guitar, ganjo, and seen here, ukulele. Happy recording!

It’s #studiotiptuesday!

This is a great way to fill out an acoustic instrument as well as make a stereo image without doubling up multiple takes. Plug the instrument into an amp, mic it up and also mic the instrument. Make sure the signals are in phase before you start tracking keepers. I have used this technique with mandolin, acoustic guitar, ganjo, and seen here, ukulele. Happy recording!

What you see here is the known as Clarinet cam. #gopro

What you see here is the known as Clarinet cam. #gopro

Congratulations to the Last Lap for the successful launch of their webcast featuring local racing news! It was a blast recording engine noises and theme music for their project.

It’s #studiotiptuesday!

Experiment with distance. In a small home studio space, it can be difficult to get depth in your recordings. Try putting a large diaphragm condenser microphone  in a neighboring room, down the hall, etc. The louder the source, the farther you can put the mic to add another texture. I have used this technique to get bigger drum sounds in a very small room.

It’s #studiotiptuesday!

Experiment with distance. In a small home studio space, it can be difficult to get depth in your recordings. Try putting a large diaphragm condenser microphone in a neighboring room, down the hall, etc. The louder the source, the farther you can put the mic to add another texture. I have used this technique to get bigger drum sounds in a very small room.

I picked up this nice little Gretsch New Yorker at the local music shop this week. #shoplocal

I picked up this nice little Gretsch New Yorker at the local music shop this week. #shoplocal

Had a nice meeting with @getintheark today to talk about their upcoming session. I am looking forward to having them at the studio in a couple of weeks.

This is my first attempt at a time lapse video with the Go Pro. The audio will give you an idea of what it sounded like. #drums #gopro