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deaf ear guide to a successful recording

Whatever your level of experience in a recording environment, from beginner to seasoned professional, there are a number of fundamental steps to take prior to the big day, to ensure you get the best results from the session.


Process, Preparation and Performance


PROCESS

For most people, when they think about recording, an image may be conjured up of a  singer with headphones, singing into a microphone watched through a glass panel by a guy sitting behind a desk with a thousand buttons! This is an accurate picture, however times have changed and now the process of enabling thousands of people to experience recording for fun, posterity or as a professional move has become a lot more accessible.

The actual process of recording does not change a great deal. The results are based on how much preparation you have done to ensure you get the best results. With the right approach, it will be an extremely rewarding experience.


PREPARATION

The importance of rehearsing the material to be recorded, before the session itself, cannot be underestimated. It is a crucial part of the process. Choose a piece that is achievable as this will ensure the performers feel confident and relaxed during the recording - this will also enable the session to run to the agreed  schedule.

Remember, any problem resolution on the day will eat into your precious recording and mix time!!


THE PERFORMANCE/RECORDING

On the day of the recording the Deaf Ear Team will guide the performers through every stage of the process to enable you to get the very best results form your session.

All you need to do is enjoy the session and look forward to receiving the results!!!



If you have a project in mind or just want to find out more about how to take the next step, call us today for an informal chat.


Annie.  07940 254 202

Project Manager


email. 

annie@deafear.co.uk



Brian. 07940 777 289

Productions


email. 

brian@deafear.co.uk


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