This is the second video from the recording session with the amazing accordionist and pianist Dejan Vidovič, on 13th September 2014, featuring a timeless song by the Charles Aznavour – “She”. Even before sharing this myself, I’m so humbled that the video was featured on the song’s author Charles Aznavour’s official Facebook page and received […]
Last week I had the privilege to work with the amazing accordionist and pianist Dejan Vidovič in my studio, recording three songs for our upcoming project (stay tuned), including this beautiful song by Rolf Løvland which is really only slightly modified version of Londonderry Air tune. I really love the results, both in terms of […]
Editing Classical Music in Reaper Part 1 Editing Classical Music in Reaper Part 2 Editing Classical Music in Reaper Part 3 – Source/destination 3/4-point editing Recently I’ve come across this awesome thread where Reaper user Pelleke explained how you can use source/destination editing in Reaper using his new custom actions, similar to the workflow of […]
In order to celebrate the first 200.000 views on my YouTube Channel I recently recorded two beautiful Llobet’s arrangements of folk Catalan songs El Noi de la Mare and La Filla del Marxant. This time the recording was done with my new Multicam live video technique using a Canon 600d, Metric Halo ULN-2 and a pair […]
Switch to HD for better audio & video quality! 14-year-old student of mine Martin Stojanoski performing “Se ela perguntar” by Dilermando Reis. Recorded at my studio on June 16, 2014, using the multicam live video technique. Martin has been studying two years with me at Sežana music school and two months ago he placed 5th out […]
This is a brand new video I produced in my studio last week. Audio recorded live while shooting video using a microphone pair Oktava Mk-012 with MJE-K47H capsules and Metric Halo ULN-2 audio interface, edited using Final Cut Pro X, Reaper and Vordio. More details on this new workflow coming soon on this blog.
Here’s a quick tip on how to compare different plugins in Reaper. I’m using this simple technique a lot when deciding between different EQ or compressor plugins on single tracks or the stereo buss. This is how it’s done: Click on the FX button in the Mixer window
This is a brand new video guitarist Primož Sukič recorded in my studio this Thursday. It’s a new live multi-cam video+audio workflow I’ve been experimenting with lately where everything you see in the single video angles is played live and then edited together. I really like the final result and think it’s among my best […]