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HOT TIP Freebie ... Getting Started with Real Sound


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JOHN'S Freebie ........HOT TIP OF THE WEEK

GETTING STARTED with Real Sound. 

Microphones and Ears is where it all starts.

Do you realise that most of the sounds you dial up on Garage Band or Logic or Ableton originated from a MICROPHONE.

Some of the best records of all time were recorded with microphones.  How did those sounds get into Logic and Garage Band?

Is digital better than analogue?  Here is some food for thought.

Get the low down on these and more with this Hot Tip.

This is a John Hudson Mayfair downloadable product (PDF) file


copyright John Hudson 2010

But before we go any further, I need to remind you that any information presented on this product is solely for informational purposes only. I make no guarantee that any of the information is accurate or complete. It is purely my opinion based on many years of experience. I cannot be held responsible for any loss or damage caused by misuse of the product or reliance on any of the information or advice provided here.  This is NOT LEGAL or PROFESSIONAL ADVICE! Any use of the product is SOLELY at your own risk.

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  1. Great technical overview for non technical people 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 13th Jan 2018

    Good introduction to the recording process and differences between Digital and analogue sounds.

  2. A Good General Tech Intro To John Hudson's Production Principles 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 28th Sep 2013

    "Getting Started with Real Sound" (or "Get Those Ears Working", as it's called on the pdf) is a good first introduction to general recording technology. It's also a well-taken opportunity for John to promote the virtues to be found in a concentration on performance, and the value of analogue recording.

    So the central points of "Getting Started with Real Sound' are to introduce some technical terms and to reinforce the importance of getting great performances. The music is what's important. Audio recording equipment and engineering techniques are great, and they're fun, but only have a point if they serve the music.

    I agree. Two thumbs up, John.

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