Author: Stu Welsh

Planning a Portable Recording System in 2018

As I wind up my studio business, my thoughts turn to specifying a new, portable system.  I’ve run portable systems before but things have come a long way since then. I love designing and specifying systems for clients and my own is no exception.  I have a few thoughts to base the new rig around: Portability – It must fit in a standard car. Digital– It’s going to have to be digital to get the most out of the system (although I still love analogue recorders of course). Dante – seems this is rapidly become standard fro Audio over...

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Introduction

So, some of you are wondering what happened to the Fretted Apprentice guitar tuition web site?  Well, like my recording studio business, all things must come to an end.  Although, I intend to make the Fretted Apprentice  available again in eBook format to our subscribers, watch this space.  However, I am now using this site to blog my experiences as an Educator, Freelance Sound Engineer, Recording Studio owner and Guitar Pedal build

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A Digital Studio with an Analogue Heart

Beliefspace Studio was born,  a digital studio with an analogue heart; and close to my heart was and, in a way, still is a labour of love. A lot of time, effort and soul went into developing the studio but all good things must come to an end and Beliefspace is no exception. In this post I talk about the roots of the studio, the design and planning and it’s ultimate demise as a traditional (fixed) studio space.

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