“Almost Sounds Like Laughing” by David Luning Band Recorded live at Mojave Audio, Royer Labs and Sweetwater Studios pop-up studio at Folk Alliance 2015 Only Mojave Audio and Royer Labs microphones where used on this recording.
This excerpt from a live CD by Kat Lyons was recorded in The Integratron, ‘an acoustically perfect tabernacle and energy machine sited on a powerful geomagnetic vortex in the magical Mojave Desert’ by David Royer and Dusty Wakeman in December, … Read More
Recorded by Mark Hornsby at Sweetwater Studios, Ft. Wayne, IN Mixed by Randy Kohrs at Slack Key Studio, Nashville, TN Jim Lauderdale – Lead Vocal, Acoustic Guitar Randy Kohrs – Resonator Guitar, Harmony Vocal Jay Weaver – Upright Bass Scott … Read More
A producer for all seasons, Leonardo Bella is equally at home in a symphony hall producing Mozart horn concerto’s or in the studio producing and engineering Chicago blues, modern jazz or his own Beatles tinged worship music. His passion for … Read More
In February 2013, we set up the first ever ‘Royer Labs – Mojave Audio Pop Up Studio’ at Folk Alliance International 2013 in Toronto. With the help of our friends at HHB Canada, we set up a studio in a … Read More
RECORDING ACOUSTIC GUITAR We recently took all of our models into David Bianco’s studio – http://www.davesroom.net/ for a comprehensive audio/video session on recording acoustic guitars. We were lucky enough to catch our good friend Doug Pettibone (Lucinda Williams, John Mayer, … Read More
Voice-over artist Charles Kahlenberg compares the MA-200 and the MA-201fet.
Engineer/Producer David Eaton records Isaac Simons’ “Hallelu” with a Mojave Audio MA-200 microphone.
Grammy winning engineer/producer Ross Hogarth records ‘Rock Star Supernova’ Winner Lukas Rossi’s “Dreamer” with Drummer Kenny Aronoff, using Mojave Audio microphones.
Producer/Engineer/Musician Neil Citron shares his thought on recording. Featured: Recording Drums.
Mojave Audio’s Dusty Wakeman goes into the studio with Producer/Engineer David Bianco to discuss microphones and recording techniques.
Vocals recorded on an MA-200 through a Universal Audio LA-610 Banjo recorded on two MA-200s through a Fred Forssell designed preamp with no compression or eq. Full Mix Solo Vocal Taken from ‘The Bluegrass Diaries’ – his 2007 Grammy Award … Read More
Vocal and Banjo recorded on MA-200 Artist – Randy Kohrs (website) Track: ‘She Ain’ Comin Back’ Album: Old Photograph Label: Rural Rhythm Records She Ain’t Comin’ Back – Full Mix She Ain’t Comin’ Back – Solo Vocal RANDY KOHRS is the consummate … Read More
It took Tift Merritt four years, a label change, and a sojourn to Paris, where she knew virtually no one and didn’t speak the language, to craft her third release. She recounts the Paris part of the story in the … Read More
The Spinto Band was formed in 1996, spearheaded by Nick Krill, who was inspired to form the band when he came across some song lyrics written by his late grandfather, Roy Spinto. Audio Sample: Greetings from the Spinto Band “We … Read More
String player/Producer Stevie Blacke invites us to his studio to show how he uses two MA-200s and an MA-100 to get the right sound for his strings.
Artist: Baroli (www.barolimusic.com) title: “Baroli Theme in A Minor” Strings arranged and performed by Stevie Blacke 2 Mojave MA-200’s in an X/Y pattern into a Trident S20 MA-100 used as a spot mic into a UA 6176 Apogee converter Stevie … Read More
Yalil Guerra writes music for US TV networks such as Univision, Telefutura and Canal 41 Miami; the music of shows such as: FIFA World Cup music theme 2010, Viva el Sueño (2009), the Latin Grammy awards (2005 through 2009), Premio … Read More