This is a super super happy recording from the EP I’m doing at the moment with Joe Allan (Sketchead). Check it out!
I can’t wait to get it all finished and released for everyone to hear as he’s got some real special stuff to show you guys.
Perfect chill out doing coursework tunes #thesmiths
Finished recording this a month or so ago with Spitfire Hostels - give it a listen! Blinding vocal from Immy Williams too!
” From start to finish ‘Probably Hormonal’ is an utter delight; emotionally wrought and musically overwhelming, with production that lets everything feel natural whilst showcasing the wide range of talent Hannah possesses. Its worth a lot more than just a casual listen. ”
Thanks to Tune Army for this mint review of Hannah D’arcy’s Probably Hormonal EP we worked on back in October/November!
PROPER PROUD N THAT
Check out the EP here - http://hannahdarcy.bandcamp.com/album/probably-hormonal
This is a teaser from Spitfire Hostels’ upcoming EP coming out in the new year.
Check it out!
and check them out
Sketchead (Joe Allan) recorded this on his MacBook’s mic last night and then sent it over to me for mixing! Check it out…
Its a really good Christmas song, basically a list of things everyone can relate to at christmas.
Check out his page - http://sketcheadmusic.tumblr.com
This is an interesting read. Very naive comment too from the band mentioned in this article. I wouldn’t ever dare compare my recordings from a technical standpoint to those in a top local studio.
Recording at home has other benefits - less time pressure, (sometimes) more relaxed atmosphere… some people like a more ‘homegrown’ sound or rough around the edges, but you can get that in a quality studio too if you know what you’re going for… But you can’t hope to technically match the fidelity of a proper top quality studio recording.
There definitely is a future for mid level studios.