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Recording

Tips before a recording session:

- Be sure that the writing session is done.

- Many changes and decisions can be made when recording, this is normal. But it is always best to know the song, music or sound-design before hand.

- Practice at home. Theres a much better workflow if the artist or the musicians know what to do before a recording.

- Talk to the recording engineer before going to a recording session. Much time can be spared if the recording engineer is prepared.

- Think about some music/sound references.

You are more than welcome to contact EngQ NoisE if you have any questions.

Production

EngQ NoisE Studio is one out of 4 studies that work in collaboration with each other. We call ourselves ‘The Brev’. With the force of 4 studies we are able to produce a wide range of music genres like modern pop, rock, metal, funk, urban, ballads, acoustics. We are able to help you with music production, sound-design or music for advertising. So let you’re music dream come true and get in touch with us.

You are more than welcome to contact EngQ NoisE if you have any questions.

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Mix

Before sharing mix files:

- check if there is any unwanted noise on the the tracks fx. clicks, pops, bad editing etc.

- name all the tracks properly.

- deactivate all plugins that isn’t vital for the tracks.

- deactivate volume and pan automation, but not the filters and effects automation.

- export/bounce all tracks from 0.

- Export/Bounce you’re track in 24bit and keep the sample rate of the session

- zip. all you’re tracks in a folder and name the folder like: name - bit - sample rate - current bpm.

- attach a reference track. (music or sound reference)

- uploade the folder to Dropbox.

You are more than welcome to contact EngQ NoisE if you have any questions.

Mastering

Before sharing the mix to master:

- check the mix for any unwanted noise fx. clicks, pops, bad editing etc.

- be sure that you are happy with the mix. (if not check stem mastering)

- deactivate any master processing on you’re master bus channel.

- be sure that there’s -3 dBFS of headroom or more.

- Export/Bounce you’re track in 24bit and keep the sample rate of session.

- attach a reference track. (music or sound reference)

- uploade to WeTransfer or Dropbox.


You are more than welcome to contact EngQ NoisE if you have any questions.

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Example 3:

Stem 1: Drums

Stem 2: Bass

Stem 3: All remaining instruments

Stem 4: Lead Vocals & Backgrund Vocals

(Stem 5: A complete stereo reference mix)

 

Example 4:

Stem 1: Kick

Stem 2: All remaining drums (hats, crashes, toms etc)

Stem 3: Bass

Stem 4: All remaining instruments

Stem 5: Lead Vocals & Backgrund Vocals

(Stem 6: A complete stereo reference mix)

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Stem Mastering

- More info about mastering, please read the mastering section above.

- If you’re not 100% sure about the mix a stem master can be the answer. It gives the mastering engineer more control. Here is some examples of how to break up the mix.

 

Example 1:

Stem 1: All remaining instruments

Stem 2: Lead Vocals (& Backgrund Vocals)

(Stem 3: A complete stereo reference mix)

 

Example 2:

Stem 1: Drums & Bass

Stem 2: All remaining instruments

Stem 3: Lead Vocals & Backgrund Vocals

(Stem 4: A complete stereo reference mix)

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Example 5:

Stem 1: Kick

Stem 2: All remaining drums (hats, crashes, toms etc)

Stem 3: Bass

Stem 4: All remaining instruments

Stem 5: Lead Vocals

Stem 6: Backgrund Vocals

(Stem 7: A complete stereo reference mix)

 

Example 6:

Stem 1: Kick

Stem 2: Snare

Stem 3: All remaining drums (hats, crashes, toms etc)

Stem 4: Bass

Stem 5: ‘Music A’ (legato or rhythm type instruments)

Stem 6: ‘Music B’ (staccato or melodic type instruments)

Stem 7: Lead Vocals

Stem 8: Backgrund Vocals

(Stem 9: A complete stereo reference mix)

Formats

Choose between these file formats:

- wav. 44.1kHz / 24bit - Streaming and musikvideo

- wav. 44.1kHz / 24bit - Instrumental version (Singback, Playback)

- wav. 44.1kHz / 16bit (with dither) - CD format

- wav. 48kHz / 24bit - Video / Movie (scene)

- mp3. 320kbps - high quality mp3

- DDP. file - for CD printing

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Get in touch

with EngQ NoisE

Any questions regarding booking, inquiries, tracking, music production, mix or mastering. Please feel free to contact EngQ NoisE by filling the form below.

(OBS. this contact form is for EngQ NoisE Studio only. And will only be answered if its studio related.) 

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