Jayson Perry

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2 years ago
Through the late 1980s and 1990s, while hip-hop and grunge music took over the airwaves, another revolution affected nearly every listener, manifested in the way they consumed their favorite songs. The home stereo system, once a modular system of silver-plated and vacuum-tube-driven components devoted to high fidelity, or Hi-Fi, was replaced by “mini-systems” and “boom boxes;” all-in-one...
2 years ago
It was 1969, in the Westminster borough of London and at a recording studio on Abbey Road, the worlds of composition, audio fidelity, and creativity were aligned. The resulting album by the Beatles would prove to be one of the most renowned works ever recorded. It’s so revered that few artists ever claim to have surpassed it. Only a few years later, another British band would achieve a unique...
2 years ago

Remember the days of manually patching in three or four pieces of outboard equipment to create the ultimate vocal chain? Or are you new to recording, and is the whole idea of an effects chain baffling to you? When mainstream recording went digital, so did the mindset: you simply opened up multiple plug-ins for different processors to achieve the sound.

3 years ago

If you're a beginner or a professional engineer, you've most likely had  this painful experience at one point or another: sitting there, tweaking EQs and filters, trying to salvage a busted clip of audio to make it usable for a project. What has brought you the misery this time?

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