YES SOUND STUDIO INTERVIEW IN BROOKLYN NEW YORK

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Post by Je suis on Tue Sep 01, 2009 6:05 am

wegens wrote: true that
sa se poblem pa moun ki vin recorde an
si yon moun vini li dim li vle fe yon CD min nan CD se manman ,papa ,fre avec ti sel kap chante ,moin pa gin problem map recorde pou ou gin doua se sa ou vle, si wap detone moin gin droi di'w sa Min si se sa ou vle wap join so vle'a
and again tout est permis nan monde levanjil la.

this is why grande puissance yo pase pa levanjil pou yo detrui pays 3rd monde vole resource yo.
Gen 2 bagay ki enportan nan music evanjelik. inspiration, music. Inspiration an se li ki pi enportan. Si inspiration an bon, music la gen anpil chans poul populaire. Par example le ou pran yon CD Lochard Remy oubyen Le freres Gilbert. Moun sa yo pa vreman investi nan music epi se music yo ki pi populaire nan music evanjelik yo. Sa vle di le wap fe yon album evanjelik, ou met te gen Shedly sou batri a, Nickenson Prudhomme sou keyboard la, Felder sou bas la, Delice sou guitar, Ou met te gen Michael Bejamin ap chante, si pa gen inspiration yo te met te tou rale ko yo mete yon kote.

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Re: YES SOUND STUDIO INTERVIEW IN BROOKLYN NEW YORK

Post by tibobdenazareth on Tue Sep 01, 2009 8:34 am

Wegens, you know what you're talking about and I thank God that another person but me had to come shed the light on this topic.

May God bless you and keep on furthering your professional music knowledge based on what you know and what can be done with WHATEVER you have and not based on what others can or can not do.

Just for the record ... a lot of top world artists PREFER to record in ANALOG studios and pay MORE for that. Then mix teh final product in digital studios. Those who know what I'm talking about should immediately understand that Analog recordings contain a depth and warmth that digital software and plugins can only SIMULATE but NEVER reach.

The decibel range (from the low to high) is wider in analog than digital. And especially for low instruments/sounds like bass and drums bottoms, analog is ideal. The best studios nowadays have and used both capabilities. You can digitize an analog recording and you can analog a digital recording. Either way, the warmth and depth from the analog element will produce a better result than the purely digital outcome.

One more thing for all of us to learn if not known yet. The software a studio uses can be HD, that doesn't mean the product coming out of the studio is HD. For example, you can prepare the best food, but if you serve it on a salty and dirty plate, the taste will be as bad as a badly prepared food.

For the final product of a studio to be HD, you need actual HARDWARE equipments to High Def the WOLE STUDIO OUTCOME. This is a whole different world that has nothing to do with the type of software you use. I will not even go into details, especially technical details here but I just want us to know that HD software (alone) does not make HD studios.

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Re: YES SOUND STUDIO INTERVIEW IN BROOKLYN NEW YORK

Post by tibobdenazareth on Tue Sep 01, 2009 8:44 am

Je suis wrote: ... but you can't give people un-quantized music, voix ki detone, son ki pa mix e mastered...

Correction: (Even though I do understand where you're coming from ...) yes, brother, they can GIVE PEOPLE those less-than-ideal products. It's WE, the consumers, the media, the promoters, the church leaders, the buyers, who must NOT TAKE them.

The responsibility doesn't rest with the provider but with the consumer. This is a consumer market. If what you are producing doesn't sell, you will either stop producing this low-quality stuff or stop producing at all because you know you are wasting time and money. But if you get compensated and rewarded for it by having your CDs sold, marketed, played on the radio, you being invited to perform in concerts and church events, why would you produce otherwise?

Think about it. WE -consumers- are driving artists' behaviors. If we are encouraging mediocrity, how do we want mediocrity to just disappear. And on the reverse of that ... if we are NOT encouraging what's good, how can we expect artists to spend so much money to hire professionals, to go to school, make themselves professionals, spend thousands and thousands in high-end studios to come up with the best quality stuff to vehicle great inspirational music if they end up not being rewarded for any of those noble acts? Where can they find the money to produce the next album as high, quality-wise, as the last one if we're not buying their products?

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HD quality or not

Post by wegens on Tue Sep 01, 2009 10:32 am

As you may already know
time is moving and moving very fast.
Some major artist and studio engineer are retarded
they still have in they studio power amps and guitar amps from the 1960s.
don't you see sometime you go to a flea market or to someone's house even they have a broken sofa or broken chair they will not trow them away .This is the kind of people that turn into ghost when the die cause they stuck in the pass.

some people don't even want a cell they rather have a rotary phone.
cause most of them dont want to learn new things.
The most high loves when his people moving toward him not backward
and that goes for everything in life .
As far the warming sound it is true when you record from a 32 inches tape,you do get a warmer sound but also hiding a lot of dirt under,this is why most major artist like to use them
I don't know if you are a musician or not some people that use to sing in the pass will have to improve very much,cause digital recording is 100% yourself
As you wrote. you do need good gears to do the job ,and I said over and over as long you know what you doing you have unlimited opportunity to do the unbelievable .

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