Tag Archives: Recording

Gear vs Theory & Experience

Over the years I have recorded music using a variety of equipment ranging from mini cassette recorders to large mixing consoles. My first legit recording devices was a Tascam 4-track cassette recorder that was given to me when my guitar player’s … Continue reading

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Change of Pace

For those of you that pay any attention to the things that I do in real life, in addition to the internet, you have more than likely heard/read something about my wife, Lauren, and I working on opening up a … Continue reading

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GearFest 2013

GearFest 2013 was pretty much as dope as I expected it to be. Lots of great gear being sold at ridiculously low prices. Unfortunately I wasn’t able to go with my wife this year because she was out of town … Continue reading

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DIY Ribbon Microphone

Here’s the latest addition to my microphone collection. A sweet sounding ribbon microphone that I assembled with my own hands. I’ve been wanting to build my own microphones for a while now but was always putting it off because I … Continue reading

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Cassette EP: Raw Materials

For as long as I have been recording I have been purchasing blank cassette tapes from Target. Today I bought the last case that they had in the store and it felt bittersweet. On one hand I am psyched that … Continue reading

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Judi Lee Session

Judi Lee Session from Reber Recording on Vimeo. Here’s a short documentary that Lauren Reber and I created for Judi Lee who came into my recording studio, Reber Recording, to record a 5-song EP comprised of songs written by bands from Indiana’s past. This is … Continue reading

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