Remote Recording in 2020: Turning Remote Record-Making into an Immersive Experience
This project aims to explore and develop a methodology to effectively work on remote recording sessions. This is especially relevant in current times when we as a society are dealing with the limitations of the COVID-19 pandemic. Consequently, typical methods for making music in a studio are not entirely viable. In order to test the suggested methodology, a collection of singles is being produced in collaboration with a group of artists that are responsible for writing all of the music. The selected songs will then enter the phase of production, recording, mixing and mastering. The final masters will be collected and included. The project aims to shed light and reflect on key problems around "remote-record making”, as well and provide solutions and ways on how these difficulties can be addressed. Furthermore, my work can hopefully serve as a basis for future projects regarding this theme.
Valencia (Spain) Campus
remote recording; music production
Project Components: project video (.mp4), reflection paper (.pdf), songs (ZIP file containing 7 .wav files).
Branco, Rodrigo. “Remote Recording in 2020: Turning Remote Record-Making into an Immersive Experience.” Master's Project, Berklee College of Music, 2021. https://remix.berklee.edu/graduate-studies-production-technology/302.