So I’m asked, how do you control bleeding in your tracks? Bleeding is a term used in music to describe when un-wanted noise from an instrument, voices or any outside noise, finds its way into your mix. What can be done to limit outside noise is proper sound- proofing of a sound room, or if multiple instruments are being recorded at the same time, you may want to isolate the individual pieces with gobos. Gobos are moveable sound diffusers or absorbers or both, that are designed to re-direct or soak in sound waves that are produced by another instrument or sound from anything else. There are many different types of gobos, and having the right one for you needs to be determined by a sound engineer who has the right equipment to check your room(s), but that’s another subject. Though you may not prevent all of bleeding when recording, there are some analog and digital instruments available to clean up any strays. I’ll describe more about absorption and diffusion in another blog. Also, feel free to ask questions about any topic concerning music or recording. I’d loved to hear what you may have.
Broedwick Moore Music
Broedwick Moore is a music producer, mixing & amp; mastering engineer, sound designer and vocalist. He received Associate degrees from McLennan Community College in Vocal Performance and Audio Engineering, a Bachelor of Science from The Art Institutes of Austin and an MBA in Management from Northcentral University. He dedicates his time to growing a network of professional engineers and artists who live for making quality music for your listening pleasure. He is also a US Army veteran of 10yrs. View all posts by Broedwick Moore Music