Wednesday, September 16, 2020

Binary Recording Studio plug-in's

 We like the Abbey Road J37 tape simulation plug-in.  Use it sometimes on the two mix output or on a vocal to warm it up a bit.  Binary Recording Studio in Bellingham Wa.

Thursday, July 16, 2020

Mighty Sound, Binary Recording Studio

This little amp can create a great distorted smooth guitar sound.  Use it the other day in the studio on a track and it stands out with character.  Binary Recording Studio

Thursday, July 9, 2020

Guitar Amp at Binary Recording Studio

One of the amps that is used a lot in the studio our vintage Fender Twin Reverb, sounds great when it's turned up! Binary Recording Studio has a great selection of guitar amps

Friday, July 3, 2020

Acoustic Guitar Recording at Binary Recording Studio

Recording acoustic guitar is not as easy as most think.  To get a recording without a lot of finger noise, even harmonic content, natural warm sound, etc.... takes some experimenting. Try some different mic's, just because you got a good sound with a mic on one guitar does not mean it's going to work every time.  I don't mic to close either, give it a little space to let the sound develop.  Bellingham recording studio

Saturday, June 27, 2020

Mic Pre's make the difference! Binary Recording Studio

Having different types of Mic Pre's ( tube, solid state, vintage/new)  is one of the main tools in adding color and depth in your recordings.  At Binary Recording Studio, we have a very large selection to choose from.  Below is a pic. of our tube pre's

Wednesday, January 15, 2020

Monday, January 13, 2020

Neve Mic Pre's , Binary Recording Studio

Neve mic pre's are some of the best sounding pre's out there.  Clear / warm sound with great eq. We use them almost everyday in the studio seems to give depth to the recording.  Binary Recording Studio

Thursday, January 9, 2020

Recording Cello, at Binary Recording Studio

We use a ribbon mic about a foot away from the F hole of the instrument, sometime a room mic also about 6 feet away.  Really depends on the part they are playing.  Binary Recording Studio

Tuesday, January 7, 2020

Recording Classical Guitar, Binary Recording Studio

It's important to not mic to close.  The sound develops a few feet from the sound hole. Mic about a foot or two away from the guitar and then use a room mic to get the sound.  Binary Recording Studio