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Both Sides of the Booth - Episode 1

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Real artists, in a real environment, with Aston microphones.

When top drummers from bands as diverse as Jesus and Mary Chain, Midlake and Cursive get together to talk mic’ing techniques, the result is a must-see video laden with tricks and tips for recording drums in a home studio environment.

From bringing in the drums a night before to let them get used to the room, to Motown mic’ing techniques and the ‘wallet trick’... the first episode of ‘Both Sides Of The Booth’ gives a unique inside look at some of the techniques used by the pros.

Watch it now! 

Our friends and professional drummers Cully Symington (Cursive, Afghan Whigs, Beach Slang), Brian Young (Jesus and Mary Chain, Fountains of Wayne), McKenzie Smith (Midlake, St Vincent, Regina Spektor) and Stephen Bidwell (Modern Drummer, Black Pumas) discuss their different experiences with drums and recording while engineer Brad Bell experiments with miking techniques at the Aston Microphones USA Home Studio, Nine Lives. 

Gear: Aston Spirit, Aston Origin, Aston Starlight, Chameleon Labs 7603, A&F Drum Co, Bittree Patchbay, JHS Pedals, Meters Headphones, Presonus Faderport, Retrospec, Orange Amps.


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