Tag Archives: Recording Engineer

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.┬áMy 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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Studio Blog: Raising the Bar

Up until this point I have solely been using this website to promote my recording and mixing services to the public. To be completely honest, the blog was just an afterthought. It was something that I would update so that … Continue reading

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Teaching and Grad School

Starting tomorrow I will begin teaching at Ball State University as a graduate teaching assistant. That’s a fancy way of saying that I will be working at BSU as a teacher in exchange for a tuition waiver towards getting my … Continue reading

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