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Learn More About Berklee Online’s Master of Music in Music Production:
In this video, John Escobar, a professor in the Music Production and Engineering department for Berklee College of Music, reveals five tips for recording ambisonics, including the importance of using digital recorders, signal calibration, mic placement, monitoring, and documentation. He also discusses how much headroom to leave, and how to record in different situations, such as ambient recording, music recording, and when syncing to a picture.
About John Escobar:
John Escobar is a producer, engineer, multi-instrumentalist, and educator, teaching several courses in the Music Production and Engineering department for Berklee College of Music. He has worked with a wide range of artists, including Grammy-winning folk artist Sarah Jarosz, jazz guitar virtuoso Larry Coryell, violinist Joshua Bell, and many others. He has also taught at Harvard, Boston University, University of Southern California, and Northeastern University.
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