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Author Topic: Daryl Hall's House - lesson in recording - one take - everyone in one room  (Read 1489 times)

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September 24, 2012, 09:02:07 PM
http://www.livefromdarylshouse.com/?gclid=CJeIpOeNz7ICFcne4AodsT8Ayw

Go to the show archives drop down.

Everyone is in the same room, no sound treatment and most of the songs are recorded in one take.  The video's are done very well too. 

I am going to contact them and see if I can get some data on equipment, set up, Fx etc
Equipment-Trends Micro amp w/ Paradigm Export speakers ports covered.  Use Fx EQ for  studio room issue fix.  Also use Klipsch S4 & Sennheiser HD-280 phones - home stereo= AMC 3030 tube amp, Triangle Celius 202 speakers & Behringer para EQ for room nodes-laptop=HP 8430 w/Digigram VXPocket & Reaper

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September 29, 2012, 01:53:44 PM
bump

People really need to listen to these recordings and see the way they do it. All in one room, no isolation, little sound treatment.

I told Recording magazine about it. They are looking to do a piece on it.
Equipment-Trends Micro amp w/ Paradigm Export speakers ports covered.  Use Fx EQ for  studio room issue fix.  Also use Klipsch S4 & Sennheiser HD-280 phones - home stereo= AMC 3030 tube amp, Triangle Celius 202 speakers & Behringer para EQ for room nodes-laptop=HP 8430 w/Digigram VXPocket & Reaper

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April 18, 2013, 01:13:58 AM
well its been done like that since recording was available, what 70 years.......

May 02, 2013, 06:31:50 AM
Wow. very cool concept.

I'll have to try that when I build my next studio out in the boondocks...