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These are also not your mother’s (or father’s, or brother’s) recordings. They feature internationally renowned session players including Vinnie Colaiuta, Nathan East, Nick Beggs, Tim Pierce, Michael Thompson, Craig Martini, Rami Jaffee, Pat Caddick... and of course Alan Parsons himself!
“These are a must-have for any music production program and I am already planning how I will incorporate them in my studio techniques classes. Other than the overall quality, what really sets these tracks apart is the variety of styles and instruments. For these reasons, I give them a solid A. For classes that don’t have access to a recording studio and even those that do, these provide an experience that just isn’t available any other way.”
Dr. George Hess, School Band and Orchestra Magazine
"Old school tracking with brilliant intent. There is a lot to be learned by closely examining other engineer’s work in this way. Session Files Vol 1 is an excellent glimpse of a master at work, and a perfect way to learn the Art & Science of Sound Recording.”
"For classes that don’t have access to a recording studio and even those that do, these provide an experience that just isn’t available any other way. A must-have for any music production program."
"ASSR's Session Files are going to be big hit with recording engineering schools, home recording enthusiasts—anyone who wants an inside look while having a great way to practice mixing using awesome sounding music played live by the best players.”
"I believe that I will learn more from these sessions than any other training resources I have tried before. This is simply a brilliant Idea you guys came up with. It’s only been a day and I have already improved. That just blows my mind.”
“An AMAZING body of work.
"One of the 1st things I did was slap a reverb (Relab LX480), on the vocals and was floored by how good it sounded! I have recorded great singers, but never had a reverb behave this way. Very clear, and very dimensional. This tells me that I need to work on the room as well as the mic placement within the room.”
The complete set of consolidated 88.2kHz wave files
A .ptx file for ProTools users
Track Sheet, with recording notes from Alan Parsons
Link to video footage from the session
Mixing scene from The Art & Science Of Sound Recording video (50 mins)
Immediately after payment you’ll receive a link to .zip file containing all the wave files for loading into your DAW. If you run ProTools™ you can use the .ptx file that calls up a new Session with tracks color-coded, in order, tempo set etc.
A track sheet gives you invaluable information about each instrument or sound source, including mics used and mic positioning.
A link to some guerilla video recorded on the day gives you an insight into how the recording process went—the players, plus the recording environments (ensemble, iso booths etc).
The complete Mixing scene from ASSR’s award-winning video series The Art & Science Of Sound Recording gives you the tools to be able to handle a large mix session including setting up, processing, stereo field, levels and much more.
This material is copyright by each individual composer or composers and ASSR. So, while you may do anything you like with a Session File in the comfort of your own home studio or classroom you may not claim these recordings as your own compositions.
You may not publish this material or remixes thereof in a public setting without prior permission from ASSR. Under most normal, non-commercial circumstances this will be freely granted.
If you create loops or remixes intended for public or commercial usage you must obtain the proper sample clearance from ASSR.
All enquiries please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.