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  1. Vocal Recording Room AcousticsDuring the 27 years I have been producing singers in studios, I have discovered often surprising ways to help them sing better. Here is a gem of a tip about the little known “sweet spot.”

    While room acoustics can influence how you sing in a live performance, the impact is even more pronounced in the recording studio.
  2. Vocal Recording BlogHello! I hope you’re doing well.

    Since vocal recording can be an important part of a singing career, this week's blog post is a question sent to me and my answer which I hope you find informative.

  3. Vocal Recording BlogVocal recording is an art unto itself. During more than 26 years of experience as a recording studio vocal specialist, I have amassed lots of practical know-how that I will share with you in this blog category of Vocal Recording. First I'd like to address pre-production.

    Most musicians can’t afford to waste recording studio time.

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