Join us for a lively and informative discussion on drum miking techniques with music producer Michael "Blumpy" Tuller and legendary studio drummer John "JR" Robinson. Get first-hand perspective from both an engineer and drummer of what works and what doesn't. Techniques covered include close miking, a 3-mic setup, how to reduce ringing, how to get the drums to shine in a mix, recording in various room sizes and much more, followed by a Q&A session. Don't miss this unique experience.
Host: Michael "Blumpy" Tuller
A record producer based in Hollywood, Tuller has a long history of sound design, audio programming and engineering. In addition to a long-term collaboration with Nine Inch Nails, Tuller has also brought his engineering talents to such notable film projects as The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo and The Social Network. He most recently produced Welcome Oblivion, the new album from How to Destroy Angels, featuring Nine Inch Nails frontman, Trent Reznor.
Host: John "JR" Robinson
An American drummer and session musician, Robinson is widely regarded to be "the most recorded drummer in history." A student of the Berklee College of Music in Boston, he worked with Quincy Jones on Michael Jackson's multi-platinum Off the Wall album and the charity single "We are the World."
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