I'm so glad to be able to tell you all about the many new and improved equipment and processes .., As I have done several quality inventories of my studio, I decided to invest further in several improvements.
#1. In the digital world of recording what is that sets you apart from the rest "or" where is the money the most wisely spent in today's recording? Well my response to that has't to be the right microphone's and the right preamp's.
#2. As a musician it's crucially important that you hear yourself and others in such a way that you respond with the music the way you need/want to. So... a new monitoring system was a must! I have in place the tools to allow each artist to hear themselves and each-other as much or as little as they wish...I Love it! So working at Home is even easier than before. Now with 6 or 7 pickers at one time they themselves can control what they hear...Yeah ... That's huge #3 I have relocated the studio into a much more spacious location here at home! Vary accommodating for the need and acoustics. Come and see me.. I look forward to hearing from ya!
Who's just been putting off getting that last song you wrote recorded. Well today it's easier and less expensive then ever. The family will be glad you did and so will you. I had the chance to record my Mom singing "Let's Meet By The River" before she passed and now that is one of my cherished possessions. Maybe today is your day....
Swing Time has come, with Don Joy and Melanie Lynn
Just finishing up with a brand new Western Swing project that I know is going to do well in the country charts for the Western Swing market. It’s been a lot of fun working with this couple and all of the musicians involved. Best of luck, Don and Mel
Well now we start the vocal tracks for this new, Hot Bluegrass project for Mark Withers . Cant wait to hear the finished product.. Be sure and tune in to Mark & Gene's Bluegrass radio show to hear some of the tracks off this new project... "Gonna Be Fun".
This project was fun for me, working this great team of folks on the Army - Nave Fight song we recorded the vocals here and sent them on to New York to produce
This song is written and sang by Don Brand. He brought it to Home Suite Home Studio last year wanting to make a swampy sounding song.. between Ferrell Stowes Dobro and my harping... ; ) we gave Don the sound he was looking for Take a listen to this great Native American song "The Sentinel" By Don Brand recorded at www.homrsuitehomestudio.com
Cross Country, written by Rudy Osborn, Preformed by Terry Wood and Friends. on Terry's 2014 CD "Steelin Away with Friends