Recording Studio: The best airlines for musicians

Being a recording studio musician and for me in particular being a sound healer it is really important to have a generous baggage allowance when flying.  To lug around a guitar, djembe, frame drums, gasong drums, flutes and more takes alot of space and weight.  With...

Recording Studio: Types of Cymbals

Recording Studio Cymbals come in many different types, shapes and sizes here is a a description of the major types of Recording Studio Cymbals. Recording Studio: Crash Cymbals When most people think of how a cymbal sounds, they’re generally thinking of a crash cymbal....

Recording Studio: Marimba

A common recording studio instrument in Mexico the Marimba is one of many African names for the xylophone, and, because African instruments bearing this name frequently have a tuned calabash resonator for each wooden bar, some ethnomusicologists use the name marimba...

Recording Studio: Cajon

The Cajon is now a very common recording studio instrument.The word Cajon is Spanish in origin and literally means crate or box or drawer. And this is exactly what a cajon is. It’s a wooden box which is played as a drum. Since it’s early beginnings the...

Sydney Recording Studio: Bansuri Flute

More and more in the average Sydney Recording Studio instruments such as the Bansuri flute are seen. With the rise in popularity of sacred music bands like Sacred Earth more people want to record these types of instruments in our Sydney Recording Studio. Sydney...