Watch as Producer, Engineer, and Mixer, Jacquire King, sets up the live room and control room at Flux Studios in New York City, to continue the production of Oak & Ash's first full length record, with the single "Keep The Light On"
Before getting the gear setup, Jacquire explains the history of the project, and the preproduction of the single "Keep The Light On", which they will be building in this edition of the pureMix Start To Finish Series.
See how Jacquire King:
Discusses the history of the song and his approach to pre-production
Plays the original demo of "Keep The Light On"
Creates a floor plan with his assistants and Flux's Tom Beauchel for where the players and instruments will be set up
Explains the benefits of using a cloud lifter on a ribbon microphone
Introduces the doctor sample, which will be used as a trashy mono drum microphone
Demonstrates an Evans Dixson Bass Drum Lift
Patches in the inputs to the console and outboard gear
Explains his philosophy on guitar compression
Mics up the drum kit with engineer, Kolton Lee
Watch Jacquire King and Oak & Ash create "Keep The Light On" from Start To Finish. Only on pureMix.net
So funny, lol I use HEAT and it's great, but it's literally off when the knobs are centered.
HarryLove •Tuesday, March 1, 2022
Wow! So glad they left the Buzz segment in at first it was really annoying. but very cool to see how Jacquire responded. he was obviously annoyed by the persistent problem but pro active in striving toward a solution and reassuring to the band. Great Video!
audiomaximo •Saturday, February 26, 2022
great band!! great voclist
and nice vibe
Echo_ •Monday, February 14, 2022
Would love a template video for Jacquire, especially one with LUNA!
EBMusic •Monday, January 24, 2022
Quite surprised by the amount of EQ they are using at the recording stage. Fix in the mix doesn't seems to be the rule here but who cares ?
Eric Herbig •Monday, January 3, 2022
FeiQiYiMenGun •Monday, January 3, 2022
Please load Chinese subtitles
dissideo •Monday, November 29, 2021
Thumbs up to Rich! I know how hard this can be for a vocalist and I really appreciate that you made it on camera and shared it with us! Thank you 1000 times for that!
P.S. The whole series is great and the song is F.I.R.E.!
DannyChristie •Monday, November 8, 2021
This is full of great little tips! Thanks!
VTPSTUDIOS •Tuesday, September 21, 2021
Excellent session ,very real world exactly what happens during a session !
MoeMuzik •Friday, August 6, 2021
Love how you explain the moves you make and the thought processes behind those moves.
colemanwilli •Thursday, July 22, 2021
That engineer took wayyy too much time on the kick mic before even listening to the rest of the kit.
RodMo •Sunday, July 18, 2021
Would the issue of Nudging be fixed by using DSP in the channel when automating?
LuisPU47 •Saturday, June 12, 2021
Hey sub in Spanish Please
glenskin •Sunday, May 16, 2021
I have to be honest. I don't see the point of having the band play together to such a programmed backing. Might it not be better use it to get sounds and then have them play free, including no click, to capture an organic groove. Can edit and time stretch later if necessary, but it might have more feel than just playing the same thing every time