Tag Archives: recording

Remote Recording Studio Setup

A Studio Is A Place I was on my way to a remote recording gig recently, and I found myself marveling at how little gear I needed to bring with me. I was recording a singer/guitarist, and we planned to do all the songs live in one take with no overdubs. My favorite technique for […]

Make Better Recordings with the PIB (Portable Isolation Booth)

NOTE: This video involves some critical listening. Therefore, it is best viewed using quality speakers in a treated room. If that’s not possible, then use the best speakers or headphones you have available. Remember, great recordings are usually the culmination of many subtle things done right, which add up to a superior recording. Portable Isolation […]

MIXING / LISTENING WITH HEADPHONES

by James Lindenschmidt Can’t I Just Mix With Headphones? Are all these expensive monitors and confusing acoustic treatments really necessary for audio engineers and producers? Why can’t I just mix on headphones? The short answer is, of course you can. Go for it. Oh, and check back here when you’re done. We’ll see you in […]

Welcome to Acoustics & Audiogeekery

Hello, and Welcome! Welcome to the launch of Acoustics & Audiogeekery, brought to you by GIK Acoustics. I have been writing here for a few months now, but we recently decided to formalize my writings into this blog. The aim is to be a resource for you, something that grows in time into a repository […]