Random Studio Antics
Here a small selection of various moments in studio during the recording of Vuvuvultures debut LP Push/Pull. It's a showcase of some of the more interesting things that can happen in studios, especially when there's a creative problem that needs solving. 
Recording the Vuvuvultures debut album Push/Pull at Lynchmob Studios in London. We layered a lot of the guitar work and I wanted the FX (reverb in this case) to be played along with guitar parts. Here is bassist Nicole Bettencourt Coehlo performing the reverb while I play the parts. 
Often the best thing to do with a track is set up some random instruments and FX and just hit record and see what happens. Here myself and Nicole are running a baby Casio PT-1 keyboard through different delays, reverbs and loopers to try get some interesting textures down for a song. 
We used this fairly antique hifi as a guitar amp for some of the tracks when making the album Puss/Pull. The best part about working in a studio is that you can make small sounds sound massive in the mix. Sometimes just layering in a different tone can really make a sound jump out. 
We used this Ampex reel to reel machine all over the album. The best results came from running digital synths out the mixer and onto tape before running them back into the mix. It just makes everything sound warm and fuzzy. 
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Here a small selection of various moments in studio during the recording of Vuvuvultures debut LP Push/Pull. It's a showcase of some of the more Read More
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