The recording process takes place in 3 stages:
Noah just sent me the first masters, and they sound awesome!
We are really in the home stretch now, because this means that we are done with the recording and re-recording of things.Â In all actuality, the recording process is a bit more disjointed than I indicate above, with parts being added and re-recorded at my producer’s advice.
Noah is a pro on many fronts.Â Recording engineer, musician, vocalist, and producer.Â We utilized him in all of these capacities for the new record.Â It is a real pleasure working with a pro.Â I mean, everyone and his grandma can record stuff these days, but a pro brings something else to the equation.Â It’s a work ethic.Â It’s a mastery of his craft. It’s a trust. It’s an understanding that this album is his as much as it is mine.Â He is an artist, and his signature is all over it in subtle ways.
So, many thanks to my big brother, Noah!Â Hip, Hip…Hooray!!!