“You’re down to your final input on the audio interface after miking guitar, vocals and bass, but there’s an entire acoustic drum kit you still need to mic. Or maybe your interface only has a single input and you’ve got drum tracks to record, what do you do? That’s easy, you use one microphone.” Thanks to zZounds for featuring the … Read More
In this the fourth and final free video tutorial in this series, Producer Mike Exeter explains and demonstrates his approach to recording Snare Drum for a metal track using a total of 3 microphones, a Shure SM57 and a Warm Audio WA-84 on top and a single WA-84 on the bottom. By flipping the bottom mic out of phase and … Read More
In this first installment of four videos Mike talks about how he uses three Warm Audio WA-87 microphones to capture a Left, Centre and Right picture of the drum kit. He talks about his ideas and reasons for mic positioning and demonstrates how he keeps all three mics in phase by keeping the three mics the same distance away from … Read More
James Ivey of Pro Tools/Production Expert and Engineer Producer Mike Exeter discuss how to incorporate stereo room microphones into your guitar recordings to create an ambient stereo effect. In this third video in the series, Mike shows how to create an interesting non-conventional guitar tone for a droning melodic line in the verse section of the track. View the video … Read More
Pro Tools Expert brings you a Production Expert free tutorial from Woodworm Studios in Oxfordshire, England. The tutorial features Engineer, Producer, and guitar sound expert Mike Exeter on how to record guitar with a matched pair of microphones on a single speaker, featuring the WA-84s! Read more on the tutorial here.