On this episode, we’ve got Romesh Dodangoda (Bring Me The Horizon, Monuments, Sylosis) for a discussion about drum engineering, etiquette for assistants, and recording at Abbey Road.
Romesh has worked with some amazing bands and has had the opportunity to record in some legendary locations. His wide ranging experience allowed us to discuss a huge variety of topics. There’s something in this one for everyone.
“You should just assume that you’re not going to get lucky, and that you’re going to have to struggle. So, you want to set the odds as in your favor as possible. So, go to where the opportunity is.” – Eyal Levi
ON THIS EPISODE, YOU’LL LEARN ABOUT:
– Building a reputation starting with your strengths
– Romesh’s drum engineering process
– Track organization tips
– Recording and mixing at amazing (and potentially difficult) locations
– Guidelines for assistants in the studio
– And much, much more
Thanks for listening!
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