In response to your many questions, here’s the behind-scenes story of the place, people, process, equipment and how you too can record your own world-class album. For our album “Gertrude & Grace” we used a hybrid recording process based in Detroit and at Real World Studios in England.
Full disclosure: In this series of articles, we’ll be discussing Real World Studios, Sweetwater Music Instruments & Pro Audio and The Travel Exchange frequently. We’re not receiving any financial compensation for doing so. We simply believe that our friends at Real World, including Patrick Phillips, Tim Oliver, and Lisa Murton; Brendan Murphy at Sweetwater; and Debbie Porchiran at The Travel Exchange have been critical people in the adventure and success of our album. We highly recommend that you work with them too, so here’s their contact information:
- Lisa Murton, Studio Coordinator, Real World Studios: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Brendan Murphy, Senior Sales Engineer, Sweetwater: Brendan_Murphy@Sweetwater.com
- Debbie Porchiran, Lead Implementation Specialist, The Travel Exchange: email@example.com
A video is worth 10^3 words.
Video~Null Paradox at Real World Studios, Box, England.
Song~”Black & White” by Null Paradox from our upcoming album “Gertrude & Grace.”
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