5 Tips For Producers To Master Recording Sessions

By Ami Kim on Jan 27, 2018 in Recording , Songwriting - 2 Comments

Over the years, I have worked with countless producers and artists in every type of recording space – from closet studios to label-run multi-million dollar recording facilities. As a singer-songwriter though, it is not so much the space but the skillset of the engineer and/or producer (if the producer is serving as both the engineer and producer) and the prep I do beforehand and during the session that can make a big difference in having a great recording experience and achieving the best performance as an artist or songwriter. Therefore, Part One of this blog will focus on recording tips for producers and Part II will focus on tips for recording artists/songwriters.

Part I: For Engineers/Producers

If you are an engineer or producer that also records the artists or songwriters you work with, this may give some insight into getting the best from those whom you record. These are all from my personal and observational experience yet if you have any others, please feel free to add on to this list in the comments below 🙂

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Finding Your Voice in Today’s Music Industry

By Zack Fraley on Jan 16, 2018 in Inspiration , Songwriting - 0 Comments

“Stay in your lane”, is a statement we have all heard at some point in our lives. This is an expression commonly used in the music industry. This is simply another way of saying, “Stay true to yourself.” As an Artist, this is essential to tapping into the depth of introspection required for the development of conscientious art.


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Fixing Mic Noise in Your Vocal Recordings

By Sean Divine on Nov 06, 2017 in Recording - 1 Comment

Kill the Mic Noise

Having trouble with persistent mic noise in vocal recordings? Let’s take a look at some of the most common causes as well as tips and tricks to treat noise in your vocal chain…

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