Learn from a Rock Recording Legend!If you took a survey of dozen or so recording professionals and asked them who they though were the best producer/engineers of all time, you could bet that Alan Parsons would be at or near the top of the list. After all, this dude didn't just produce any old Beatles or Pink Floyd records, he produced some of their greatest all-time works. Here's your chance to get inside this recording legend's head and learn about the art from a real master. The Keyfax Keyfax instructional DVD series, Alan Parsons Art & Science of Sound Recording, starts at the bare-roots basics and takes you through all of the tangles and snags of producing records.
DVD 1 starts with the history of recording, from Edison to the MP3. It also takes you through the basics of studio acoustics, microphones, analog consoles, and up through digital equipment and computers. All good stuff that you've got to know about. Next, in DVD 2, you get to learn about all kinds of signal processors and studio effects. Check out the awesome gear you can use, and, more importantly, how to get the results you want. Finally, there's DVD 3, which covers various instruments and how to record them right. In DVD 3, Parsons also hooks up with drum gurus Simon Phillips (Todo, The Who, and MANY MORE) and Taylor Hawkins (The Foo Fighters). All told, you get over 10 hours of solid instruction from the Alan Parsons Art & Science of Sound Recording DVD set. What are you waiting for? Order yours today!
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