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The music production of a rockabilly composition with addition of the big band brass sound
; Veleučilište u Varaždinu, Varaždin, Hrvatska
; 2Lajtman j.t.d., Mala Subotica, Hrvatska
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Logožar, R., Lajtman, M. (2011). The music production of a rockabilly composition with addition of the big band brass sound. Tehnički glasnik, 5(1), 48-60. Preuzeto s http://hrcak.srce.hr/85798
This paper describes the music production of a rockabilly composition with addition of the big band brass sound, and is based on the bachelor thesis of the second author. In the preproduction phase the music genre and style were defined, and the full arrangement was prepared. The standard music production stages, recording, mixing and postproduction, were all done by using the Digital Audio Workstation concept. The re-cording, including a dozen of the brass sections’ lines, is done by the one instrument at a time method. Further-more, all the lines of a particular brass section were performed by only one player. The richness of the sound could probably be better if more players were involved and if the whole sections were recorded at once, but in that case the afterward time alignment of the individual tracks would be impossible. By taking our approach and by extensive time editing of the brass tracks, an excellent rhythmical accuracy and punchy sound is achi¬eved. The produced song presents a good blending of the rockabilly rhythmical basis, the big band brass sound, and the original ethno-rock style of the band that performed it. The song is about to appear on their new album.
music production; rockabilly; big band brass sound; sound recording; editing; mixing; postproduction; recording of brass instruments one at a time
Hrčak ID: 85798
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