Factoids: Pop-rock album by Barcelona-based Sunstation, a 4-piece rock band led by Canadian singer-songwriter Cece Gianotti.
The band had a series of club and local festival gigs over the span of no more than six months. There were practically no rehearsals before entering the studio.
Except for tunes 3 and 4 on the Sunstation CD, the rest were usually done live so they were fresh, however, the band was really tight anyway. The only 'studio cracted' tune was number 7 on the CD (Mitakuye).
Most tunes include one to three takes on most of the basic rhythm tracks which were 90% played live in the studio (drums, bass, rhythm and/or acoustic guitar). Solos and vocals plus some effects came later in the mix.a
The band has always characterized itself for maintaining a high floor of minimal performing excellence during the shows.
The CD was recorded an mixed in 14 days at B+B Studios, Barcelona. Mastered at Sterling Sound, New York.
Further information is available at www.moongroove.comCome on the FREE COURSE TOUR
This course covers operations that are commonly performed in all digital audio workstation (DAW) softwares. The course is not DAW-specific - the techniques covered can be applied to any DAW. In conjunction with your DAW's manual, this course will guide you towards complete mastery of the digital audio workstation. Learn more...
Students are given a series of professionally produced multitrack recordings and are asked to replace certain instruments or vocals. In some assignments we ask for a replacement that is close in sound texture and performance to the original. In others we encourage the student to apply a high degree of creativity. Learn more...
The course adds twelve further practical assignment projects covering topics from drums, through acoustic guitars, electric guitars, bass guitar, vocals, background vocals, keyboard and synthesizer arrangement, production and recording. The practical assignment projects work through the imitation of sections of recordings that have had great commercial success. Learn more...
Great home recording starts with a great home recording studio. It doesn't need to be expensive if you know how to select the right equipment for your needs.