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    Alright, here's the idea. Post some links to your favorite recording resources. Articles, Reviews, Tips and Tricks, anything. I'll start it off.

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    Reference Material Center
    - General reference material
    Recording Coldplay's Parachutes - great article about how they tracked one of coldplay's albums
    Acoustic Treatment and Design for Recording Studios - a lot of information about room acoustics

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    Was getting too waylaid with too many sites so the only 2 I frequent now are this one and the excellent Sound On Sound magazine & forums:
    http://www.soundonsound.com/forum

    MY DAW based band scatterred around the world.
    http://www.forenemiesofreason.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by jkmakesmusic View Post
    Alright, here's the idea. Post some links to your favorite recording resources. Articles, Reviews, Tips and Tricks, anything. I'll start it off.

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    Reference Material Center
    - General reference material
    Recording Coldplay's Parachutes - great article about how they tracked one of coldplay's albums
    Acoustic Treatment and Design for Recording Studios - a lot of information about room acoustics
    While I'm only occasionally a fan of theirs, I still found that coldplay article interesting. cool. Here's my contributions:

    http://home.earthlink.net/~prof.sound/index.html Drum tuning bible
    http://www.trinitysoundcompany.com/eq.html One of several decent EQ articles.
    http://www.soundonsound.com/sos/Aug0...es/usingeq.asp Another EQ article
    http://www.independentrecording.net/ "Compression Uncompressed", Southside Glen's AWESOME article on compression.

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    Quote Originally Posted by andyhix View Post
    While I'm only occasionally a fan of theirs, I still found that coldplay article interesting.
    i'm in the same boat with you, and that drumming tuning bible is a must have for any one tracking drums.

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