Recording Tips from an Industry Master!
In the Keyfax DVD instructional series, Alan Parsons Art & Science of Sound Recording, you'll go on a journey through sound and recording starting with the basics and exploring each major aspect of professional music production - all in spectacular HD quality! This three DVD set contains more than 10 hours of original material, led by master recording engineer Alan Parsons (The Beatles, Pink Floyd) himself. You also get access to additional source material thorough Keyfax online. In DVD 1 of Alan Parsons Art & Science of Sound Recording, Parsons outlines the history of recording and covers the essentials, including microphones, acoustics, MIDI, and more. DVD 2 moves on to signal processors and effects, providing you with detailed descriptions and how-to instruction for a wide range of common studio gear. DVD 3 covers recording individual instruments, for which Parsons brings in drum legend Simon Phillips (Toto, The Who, etc.) and Taylor Hawkins (The Foo Fighters). If you're looking for a great overview of recording techniques, the Alan Parsons Art & Science of Sound Recording DVD set is the perfect place to start!
Filmed in HD, the project comprises more than ten hours of original video material. This contains 3 DVDs and features all of the program material. Bonus and source material will be available to you online here on this site. The DVD-Boxed set also gives you access to the main program material for download.Keyfax Alan Parsons Art & Science of Sound Recording DVD Set Features at a Glance:
- Hosted by famed engineer/producer Alan Parsons (The Beatles, Pink Floyd)
- Includes three full DVDs (over 10 hours) of instructional material
- DVD 1: Studio Acoustics, Microphones, Consoles And Controllers, Digital Audio And Computers, Monitoring, and MIDI.
- DVD 2: EQ, Compressors And Limiters, Noise Gates, Reverb, Delays, Band Tracking Session, Vocals, and Internet Recording
- DVD 3 (with Simon Phillips): Drums, Keyboards, Bass, Guitar, Acoustic Guitar With Voice, Recording A Choir, Approaches To Live Recording, Mixing, and Dealing With Disasters