Posts Tagged ‘home studio desk’

Athol artist finds her niche making maps of local towns, regions

Casey Williams, artist and DJ, in her Athol home/studio. Recorder Staff/Paul Franz » Buy this Image … Her gig as a local artist started when she moved back home to Athol in 2011, after living in Boston working as a real estate agent — a job she didn’t enjoy. Her mother died that year, and it made her …

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‘Addicted to art’: Tallahassee artist fights addiction with art-making

Beer was like water in their troubled home — her first taste was in the seventh grade. As a teen at … Kollet Probst works in her home studio Friday, March 23, 2018. (Photo: Hali … Throughout her youth, she’d blast rock music to drown out the at-home chaos and throw herself into art. “It became my family, …

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Door-to-door Dry Cleaning Service From Flair Cleaners in Burbank; Redondo Beach, Santa …

Now, with Flair Cleaners free home delivery and pickup, getting clothing and household linens cleaned is more convenient than ever. Flair Cleaners, Southern California’s leading eco-friendly dry cleaners, serves residents in and around Burbank, Redondo Beach, Santa Monica, Studio City, and …

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Bestselling author and sometimes Mainer Anita Shreve dies

Anita Shreve in her Biddeford Pool home studio in 2014. Shreve, who had been battling cancer, died Thursday at her home … Publisher Alfred A. Knopf said Shreve, who had been battling cancer, died Thursday at her home in New Hampshire. Shreve had announced her illness last year on Facebook, …

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An Exclusive Look inside Famed Miami Music Mixer’s Home, The Blue House

There is a full bar in the living room, the dining room was turned into pool table room where you can find an amazing collection of Tom’s work, and of course, the infamous Spank Studio where the magic happens. Unfortunately, the studio does not come with the home. Owned by Miami music mixer and …

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Home Studio – Episode #30 – Should you record everything clean?

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In this episode, we discuss the popular question, “Should you record everything clean?” And in the quick tip, Graham shares an easy way to make your guitars POP in the chorus.

Also, congratulations to Nathan Standage for winning the Cloudlifter Giveaway!

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Home Studio – The ultimate guide to audio recording – Part 68

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Today I will show you a nifty trick derived from the previous installment which will allow you to get an quasi-stereo electric guitar sound with two mono takes… Read more on Audiofanzine

HOME STUDIO – Episode #31 – Lessons in Simplicity (Graham’s New EP)

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In this episode, Graham explains how he recorded and mixed his latest EP, “The Tree.” And in the Quick Tip, Joe shares a simple way to cut your mixing time in half.

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HOME STUDIO – Episode #32 – 4 Mixing Breakthroughs for the New Year

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WE’RE BACK!

After a long, unintentional hiatus, we’re making 2015 the year of the Simply Recording Podcast. You’ll get one fresh, piping hot new episode every month. Boom.

On this episode, we each share a couple mixing breakthroughs from last year that you can apply to your mixes starting today to get better results. Plus, in the Quick Tip, Graham shares a weird way to approach mix bus compression.

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HOME STUDIO – Episode #33 – 3 Ways to Get More Out Of Your Microphones

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On this episode, we talk about three powerful ways to get more out of your existing “mic locker.” And in the Quick Tip, Joe talks about an annoyingly time-consuming mixing mistake, and how to avoid it.

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