Tracking & Recording Services that Stand Out
Working with a qualified audio engineer who can guide you through the recording process can take a lot of stress off, so that you can stop worrying about the process and focus on the music
Creating your finished audio project, be it music, a post production project, or anything else, starts with capturing high quality audio in the studio. This is sometimes called tracking, or simply recording. At Blue Light we spent countless hours designing and tuning our rooms for the best sound possible. Add industry standard professional microphones, preamps, analogue processing such as EQ’s and compressors, all running through our RADAR converters, and we have a recipe for professional high quality audio recording!
Examples of common recording/tracking sessions are Vocal Recording Session, Band Bed Track Session, Drum Recording Session, Instrument Overdub Session, and Voice Over Recording Session. The sky is the limit as far as what you can come in and record, but it’s always a good idea to discuss what you plan to record before hand with your engineer for the session.
Something to consider is preparation for your recording/tracking session. This could be practicing the part you are going to record, like vocals for a song, or organizing all the musicians in your band so they know they’re parts, what to bring, and what time to arrive at the session. This preparation can save hours in the studio, and allow you and your engineer to focus on creating the best sound, and getting the best performance, rather than learning parts and waiting for musicians to arrive etc.
At Blue Light Studio we pride ourselves on providing high quality instruments for use during recording sessions, which can be very helpful when recording if your instruments aren’t up to recording standards, or if you just want to save the time packing up your drums! It’s always a good idea to discuss this with your engineer before your session as well so we know what you want to use of ours.
This is the first step of your project, and has a big effect on your finished product, so using high quality instruments and preparing properly will set your project up for success. There is a saying in the audio world which is “Garbage in, garbage out”.