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  1. What a Year!

    It's been a busy one. I've found myself doing more location recording and mixing projects recently, which has been fun. I've also made new friends and colleagues working for E.S.S. - A great team of people, both friendly and easy to work with. I had the pleasure of working with them as a Patch Tech on the UB40 tour, and at Rebellion Festival in Backpool. Long days, but good work.

    The usual shows and festivals for regular clients also continue to improve year on year, from Bearded Theory to Indie Tracks. The bands and production continue to grow from strength to strength, and I had the opportunity to test out my new board processing at Bearded Theory. That was a lot of fun!

    In summary, I am keeping busy, meeting new people and enjoying the work I do. Here's to another new year and to more doors opening in the future!

  2. Vintage Mics


    I'm proud to own a large collection of various vintage microphones, spanning from the 1920s to the 1970s.

    These are a guilty pleasure of mine. They all work, I love their character, and they can still be used on recordings today. I often use the Reslo ribbon microphones on my location recording projects, as they have a very full bodied tone to them, and they are very good for choral and classical recordings. They do however still have their place near a drum kit, a vocal or a bass amp too.

    I'm planning on blogging about each microphone in turn on my site, in order to share all the information I can on them, as I know myself that it can be hard to find information about these mics on the internet. 

    More to come in time!