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    “I was working as a night receptionist at Metropolis hoping to break into assisting in studios, when the technical head of mastering at the time, Crispin Murray, asked if I’d like to become his assistant. I hadn’t really considered mastering much, as, like so many young people, I had my eyes on becoming a mix engineer/producer. But I was eager to get off night reception and I was assured I could still assist when I was needed in studios so I took the opportunity, and haven’t really looked back. I think it’s quite common not to really understand what mastering is and isn’t. This is why I think it’s really important for artists to come into the studio whenever they can and attend the mastering session. Building up a dialogue with their mastering engineer will not only make the mastering session go more smoothly, there’s also a good chance you’ll learn something you can take back to your mixes. I’m not keen on prescriptions for mastering. The goal should always be to only do what is necessary for the track to sound its best and nothing more. So to that end I usually listen through with no processing a couple of times, just make mental notes of what needs to change, what pulls me out of enjoying the mix and fix that. Usually, that’s all there is to it. A little corrective EQ goes a long way. Patience and a keen ear for detail. Mixing is all about ego and big bold moves. Mastering is the opposite. You have to leave your ego at the door and focus on tiny details. We work in 1/2dB or sometimes even smaller steps, making dozens of changes that on their own are almost indiscernible, but together make a good mix into something special.” -Mike Hillier.To progress successfully into employment in today’s music industry takes a lot of hard work, focus, commitment and passion.Choosing to work in the music industry is not for everyone. It also requires a strong set of competent skills and a well developed ‘creative muscle’. We aim to support you in developing all of these areas during your time at DYNAMICS School of Audio Engineering .If you are passionate about building and developing your skills in sound engineering, music production, studio recording, mixing and remixing, mastering, listening skills, creative music technology, synthesis, sampling, creative process, collaboration and much much more, then you should definitely carry on reading.Audio Engineering School in Chennai, Sound Engineering School in Chennai, Audio Engineering School in India, Sound Engineering School in India.We are an Educational institute specialising in Audio Engineering.We are an Educational institute specialising in Sound Engineering.We are an Educational institute specialising in Music Production.We are an Educational institute specialising in Sound Design.We are a School , wherein we educate young minds for a career in the field of Audio Engineering.We are a college specialising in Sound Engineering.We are a college specialising in Audio Engineering. We are a college specialising in Music Production.We are a college specialising in Sound Design.We are a Audio Engineering School in Chennai, We are a Sound Engineering School in Chennai, We are a Audio Engineering School in India, We are a Sound Engineering School in India.
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    Your projects seem to be united by not only epic productions but also incredibly distinctive vocalists—Rod Stewart, Tina Turner, Holly Johnson, Seal, to name just a smattering. What is your secret to a great voice recording? Trevor Horn : I’ve been doing it for a long time, and first off, you have to remember that the vocal on the record is the most important thing, and it determines the rest of the record. This isn't something that is original to me. I don't know if you remember a producer called Mickie Most? I always remember doing a session at [Most's] RAK Studios and asking the engineer there if he'd worked with Mickie Most. And he said, "Yeah, I work with Mick Most all the time, ” and I said, “God, how does he make those records?” He said, “Mick is not so bothered about the backing tracks, they are done pretty quickly. It's the vocals, he spends weeks on the vocals.” And I was like, “Really, I never thought about that, ” but once I got going as a producer, I realised that that was the key to it. We call it “the money.” “I can't hear the money, turn the money up.” The money is the voice. If you don't know what you are doing, it is very hard to make a record with a bad singer—it really is—however hard you try. And it's also very important that whatever you do on a track is all in the right place to make the voice sound good, just the musical arrangement, that is just the start of it. I suppose you can describe it in one line: I always try and be like a one man audience, an audience who is appreciative and encouraging. It's a trip, you know. Doing vocals in a studio, you hear it with a microscope, and if you are not in the right frame of mind, you can get discouraged.We are a School specialising in Audio Engineering.We are a Institute Specialising in Audio Engineering.We are a School specialising in Sound Engineering.We are a Institute specialising in Sound Engineering.We train students for working in the Music Industry.We train students for working as a Film Sound Professional. We are an Educational Institute. We Specialise in Audio Education.Educating young minds is our motto
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    Do you have a favourite failure, as in something that set you up for later success in the studio? Bob Rock : I’m a sum of all my failures, I have learned from every mistake. For example, when I first started mixing and when I was doing my first mix I tried smoking pot, but it was awful and I have never smoked pot again. It didn’t work for me. Furthermore, I made a lot of mistakes as an engineer and as a mixer because that’s how you learn how to listen. When you start out you think it’s all microphones and EQ’s but you find out that there’s a lot more going on, for example, the sound source has to be good. You can’t get a great guitar sound with an awful amp and an awful guitar. You find out that there all these variables that you have to take care of.Also, how I got my first studio job at Little Mountain was through not being afraid to make mistakes. I had taken a recording course for 6 weeks, every Saturday, where I learned the basic stuff and the reason the engineer who was teaching us gave me the job was that I was the only guy who answered, when he asked, “Who want’s to try?”, said, “I’ll try.” I wasn’t afraid to be embarrassed nor to make a mistake. This was so key because at some point when you want something you have to say, “I don’t care what anyone thinks of me, I’m going to do this.”We are a School specialising in Audio Engineering.We are a Institute Specialising in Audio Engineering.We are a School specialising in Sound Engineering.We are a Institute specialising in Sound Engineering.We train students for working in the Music Industry. We are an Educational Institute.Educating young minds is our motto.We Specialise in Audio Education.We train students for working as a Film Sound Professional.
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