Marking Scores During Recording Sessions

Marking Scores During Recording Sessions In recording session situations, it is crucial to keep an overview over which parts of a cue are already covered in a good take and which parts still need another take or a few bars to patch them later in the editing. A very...

Classical Musicians and Click Tracks

CLASSICAL MUSICIANS AND CLICK TRACKS Don’t expect every musician to be able to record with click tracks. Classical musicians who don’t do a lot of film work often have big problems when recording with a click track which has several reasons: First of all, classical...

Protools in the Film Scoring World

Protools in the Film Scoring World No matter what DAW you use to work in and produce, when working in the film scoring field you should have at least elementary knowledge of using Protools. Most recording studios run on that software providing nothing more but a...

Click Track Bleed

Click Track Bleed Click track bleed is one of the most annoying things that can happen in a scoring session, especially when it only gets discovered later in the mix. It results from the click on the headphones of the musicians spilling over to the microphones....

Noises on recordings

Noises on Recordings Noises on a recording can be very annoying and are easily overheard on a session (as you focus more on the music obviously). Usually the sound engineer is supposed to spot noises but they can slip by quite easily and what you could barely hear on...