SECRET TIPS FOR MAKING
HOME RECORDINGS WITH PROFESSIONAL STUDIO RESULTS
Fresh Songs That Fit Right
Low Budget Spend
Big Budget Sound
... want to know the tips and tricks to make your recordings at home sound like an expensive top class professional studio?
Lots Of Music
Not Lots Of Gear
... you can't afford to spend gazillions on gear, but do you have great music that you want to record at high quality?
A Space To Record
Not A Building Project
...you don't want to or can't commit to a full-on home studio build, but you do have a space you can use to record?
Over my many years recording in professional studios and homes setups (as well as building them) and getting great results from all sorts of weird and wonderful environments, I've noticed something missing in the area of home recordings:
There are a lot of great musicians trying to record at home - and it sounds like it... the recordings sound cheap and so the quality of the music itself is lost behind the distraction of a bad recording
Lot's of people think it's a big expense and a major building project to setup a home recording space
There is a myth which says you need loads of really expensive gear to get top quality sounding recordings
So many have a basic understanding of the theories, and there is a would of audio engineering information out there, but no-one is really sharing the secret tips and tricks that really make the difference when recording at home
Most recording support and advice is geared toward professional studio environments, and it is a completely different ball game when recording at home
It's Not That Hard
It's Not That Expensive
It's Knowing The Secrets
Free Guides Online Courses Support
Hi, I'm Paul Avanti Iannuzzelli, and I am willing to share with you the secret tips and tricks to making your home recording sound like it was recorded in professional top class studio with all the bells and whistles.
Get Sounds Like A Top Class
Spend Time On Making
Music Not Building A Studio
Get Your Music Sounding Its Best
"... I have had the privilege of working with some supremely gifted individuals – Paul Avanti Iannuzzelli is one such person. I have known Paul for over 30 years and have yet to find someone more gifted than he is. The uniqueness of Paul’s gift however is not found in his extreme proficiency across multiple musical disciplines, but rather his ability to take individuals and teams to the next level of their own musical journey. From a musical perspective, Paul is highly qualified but he also has the rare ability to identify the ‘gold’ within individuals and then to draw it out of them"
— Paul Zaia
Paul has been recording music for over 30 years in a variety of top class professional studios as well as home and mobile setups. He has learned valuable tools from working with many world-class musical icons such as Rob Davis (Kylie Minogue), Geoff Dugmore (Robbie Williams), Brian Hodgsen (Sir Paul McCartney), Andrae Crouch (Elton John, Stevie Wonder, Madonna), Abraham Laboriel (Michael Jackson, Paul Simon, Barbra Streisand), Mungo Jerry, Sheila E (Prince), Chester Thompson (Phil Collins, Frank Zappa, Weather Report), David Moyse (Airsupply), Oliver Tank, Mark Wilkinson & Tommy Emmanuel. He has performed to crowds of 60,000 and his songs are published and released in over 136 countries.
Paul is an accomplished Musician/Producer/Engineer/Songwriter with a unique skill in translating that experience and knowledge into practical educational courses. He has a Masters Degree from the Sydney Conservatorium of Music including a Masters in Curriculum Design. Paul has worked with a host of institutions, such as BBC Worldwide, in designing teaching tools for creativity and has designed courses and lectured for West Finland School Of Performing Arts, International School of Como, Alphacrucis and Excelsia College. Paul is now the Director/Founder of MusicPro Australia, Head Producer for MusicPro Productions, CEO of Spaghetti Music Publishing and Director for Creative Strategy Institute.
Paul devotes much of his time to charity work and sponsoring the development of others’ creative gifts though a variety of educational tools as well as producing and recording their music. He also continues to create his own music, poetry and paintings.
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