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Old 27th September 2015
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Getting the sound of a record

Dave

I'm a huge fan of many of the records you've worked on. Thank you so much for all the great music!

When you're tracking a record, do you use the equipment(compression, eq, etc) to get the bed tracks sounding more or less like the 'record', from the very start? I'm speaking in terms of 'committing' per say, to significant compression/limiting and eq during the tracking stage. Or do you leave more of that stuff for mixing..

Thanks a lot and cheers!
Darrick