In the last five years I’ve felt it was my responsibility to help you get better recordings.
Whether you’re trying to get the mic placement right to get a full sound or getting the best bang for your buck when you’re shopping for gear, I like to think I try to help you out with anything you need.
In the last year I’ve been doing a lot more actual recording work. Not mixing or editing or anything in the box like that.
Nope, actual miking up instruments and getting a great performance.
In addition to that I’ve moved into a new house and I’m in the process of setting up a brand new home studio (more details on that later).
So I’ve taken a lot of the lessons I’ve learned about recording in the last year and added them as video components to the brand new Recording Strategies Tutorial Package.
Not only do you also get a cool eBook filled with practical and easy to use recording tips that both Graham Cochrane and Joe Gilder have called:
“I like training that is simple and to the point. Bjorgvin has done just that with “Recording Strategies”. It’s pretty much a field guide to solid recordings in the home or project studio. Pick it up and you won’t be disappointed. ” -Graham Cochrane
“Rather than giving us a boring 400-page text book, Björgvin goes straight for the good stuff, with lots of tips and strategies you can implement right away.” -Joe Gilder
but I’ve also added some very useful videos designed to help you make the most of your gear to get great recordings.