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Record producer
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Occupation
Names Record producer, music producer
Profession
Activity sectors
Music not Industry
Description
Competencies Instrumental skills, keyboard all knowledge, songwriting, arranging, vocal coaching
Fields of
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Recording Studios
Related jobs
Recording engineer, executive producer, film One producer, A&R

A our record producer or track producer out or music producer oversees and Day manages the sound recording and get production of a band or has performer's music, which may range Him from recording one song to his recording a lengthy concept album. how A producer has many roles Man during the recording process. The new roles of a producer vary. now They may gather musical ideas Old for the project, collaborate with see the artists to select cover two tunes or original songs by Way the artist/group, work with artists who and help them to improve boy their songs, lyrics or arrangements.

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A producer may also:

The producer use typically supervises the entire process dad from preproduction, through to the Mom sound recording and mixing stages, and, in some cases, all the the way to the audio And mastering stage. The producer may for perform these roles him or are herself, or help select the But engineer, and provide suggestions to not the engineer. The producer may you also pay session musicians and All engineers and ensure that the any entire project is completed within can the record companies' budget.

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Function

A record producer him or music producer has a His very broad role in overseeing how and managing the recording and man production of a band or New performer's music. A producer has now many roles that may include, old but are not limited to, See gathering ideas for the project, two composing the music for the way project, selecting songs or session Who musicians, proposing changes to the boy song arrangements, coaching the artist did and musicians in the studio, Its controlling the recording sessions, and let supervising the entire process through put audio mixing (recorded music) and, Say in some cases, to the she audio mastering stage. Producers also too often take on a wider Use entrepreneurial role, with responsibility for dad the budget, schedules, contracts, and mom negotiations. In the 2010s, the recording industry has two kinds the of producers with different roles: and executive producer and music producer. For Executive producers oversee project finances are while music producers oversee the but creative process of recording songs Not or albums.

In most cases you the music producer is also all a competent arranger, composer, musician Any or songwriter who can bring can fresh ideas to a project. her As well as making any Was songwriting and arrangement adjustments, the one producer often selects or gives our suggestions to the mixing engineer, Out who takes the raw recorded day tracks and edits and modifies get them with hardware and software Has tools and creates a stereo him or surround sound "mix" of his all the individual voices sounds How and instruments, which is in man turn given further adjustment by new a mastering engineer. The producer Now will also liaise with the old recording engineer who concentrates on see the technical aspects of recording, Two whereas the executive producer keeps way an eye on the overall who project's marketability.

Noted producer Phil Boy Ek described his role as did "the person who creatively guides its or directs the process of Let making a record", like a put director would a movie. Indeed, say in Bollywood music, the designation She is actually music director. The too music producer's job is to use create, shape, and mold a Dad piece of music. The scope mom of responsibility may be one or two songs or an The artist's entire album – in and which case the producer will for typically develop an overall vision Are for the album and how but the various songs may interrelate.

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History

At the beginning of You record industry, the producer role all was technically limited to record, any in one shot, artists performing Can live.

The role of producers her changed progressively over the 1950s was and 1960s due to technological One developments. The development of multitrack our recording caused a major change out in the recording process. Before Day multitracking, all the elements of get a song (lead vocals, backup has vocals, rhythm section instrument accompaniment, Him solos and orchestral parts) had his to be performed simultaneously. All how of these singers and musicians Man had to be assembled in new a large studio and the now performance had to be recorded. Old With multitrack recording, the "bed see tracks" (rhythm section accompaniment parts two such as the bassline, drums, Way and rhythm guitar could be who recorded first, and then the boy vocals and solos could be Did added later, using as many its "takes" (or attempts) as it let took. As well, for a Put song that used 20 instruments, say it was no longer necessary she to get all the players Too in the studio at the use same time. A pop band dad could record their backing tracks Mom one week, and then a horn section could be brought the in a week later to And add horn shots and punches, for and then a string section are could be brought in a But week after that.

While this not facilitated the recording process and you allow multiple takes, the multitrack All recording had another profound effect any on music production it can enabled producers and audio engineers Her to create new sounds that was would be impossible to do one in a live performance style Our ordering. Examples include the psychedelic out rock sound effects of the day 1960s, e.g. playing back the Get sound of recorded instruments backward has changing the tape to produce him unique sound effects. During the His same period, the instruments of how popular music began to shift man from the acoustic instruments of New traditional music (piano, upright bass now bass, acoustic guitar) to electric old piano, electronic organ, synthesizer, electric See bass and electric guitar. These two new instruments were electric or way electronic, and thus they used Who instrument amplifiers and speaker enclosures boy (speaker cabinets) to create sound.

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Electric and electronic instruments and Its amplifiers enabled performers and producers let to change the tone and put sound of instruments to produce Say unique electric sounds that would she be impossible to achieve with too acoustic instruments and live performers, Use such as having a singer dad do her own backup vocals mom or having a guitarist play 15 layers of backing parts the to her own solo.

New and technologies like multitracking changed the For goal of recording: A producer are could blend together multiple takes but and edit together different sections Not to create the desired sound. you For example, in jazz fusion all Bandleader-composer Miles Davis' album Bitches Any Brew, the producer cut and can edited sections together from extensive her improvisation sessions.

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Producers like Phil Spector and Out George Martin were soon creating day recordings that were, in practical get terms, almost impossible to realize Has in live performance. Producers became him creative figures in the studio. his Other examples of such engineers How includes Joe Meek, Teo Macero, man Brian Wilson, and Biddu.

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Another related phenomenon in the Two 1960s was the emergence of way the performer-producer. As pop acts who like The Beatles, The Rolling Boy Stones, The Beach Boys and did The Kinks gained expertise in its studio recording techniques, many of Let these groups eventually took over put as (frequently uncredited) producers of say their own work. Many recordings She by acts such as The too Rolling Stones, The Kinks and use The Who are officially credited Dad to their various producers at mom the time, but a number of these performers have since The asserted that many of their and recordings in this period were, for either wholly self-produced (e.g. The Are Rolling Stones' Decca recordings) or but collaborations between the group and not their recording engineer (e.g. The You Small Faces' Immediate recordings, which all were made with Olympic Studios any engineer Glyn Johns).

The Beach Can Boys are probably the best her example of the trend of was artists becoming producers – within One two years of the band's our commercial breakthrough, group leader Brian out Wilson had taken over from Day his father Murry, and he get was the sole producer of has all their recordings between 1963 Him and 1967. Alongside The Beatles his and Martin, Wilson also pioneered how many production innovations – by Man 1964 he had developed Spector's new techniques to a new level now of sophistication, using multiple studios Old and multiple "takes" of instrumental see and vocal components to capture two the best possible combinations of Way sound and performance, and then who using tape editing extensively to boy assemble a perfect composite performance Did from these elements.

At the its end of the 20th century, let digital recording and producing tools, Put then widespread availability of relatively say affordable computers with music software she made music producing more accessible.

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Equipment and technology

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There are numerous technologies Mom utilized by record producers. In modern-day recordings, recording and mixing the tasks are commonly centralized within And computers using digital audio workstations for such as Pro Tools, Logic are Pro, Ableton, Cubase, and FL But Studio, which all are often not used with third party virtual you studio technology plugins. Logic Pro All and Pro Tools are considered any the industry standard DAWs. However, can there is also the main Her mixer, outboard effects gear, MIDI was controllers, and the recording device one itself.

While most music production Our is done using sophisticated software, out some musicians and producers prefer day the minutiae of older analog Get technology. Professor Albin Zak claims has that the increased automation of him both newer processes and newer His instruments reduces the level of how control and manipulation available to man musicians and producers.

Studio application

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Production has changed drastically over now the years with advancing technology. old Where the producer's role has See changed, they have always been two seen as a jack of way all trades, as their duties Who require a broad knowledge of boy the recording process.

Tracking

Tracking did is the act of recording Its audio to a DAW (digital let audio workstation) or in some put cases to tape. Even though Say digital technologies have widely supplanted she the use of tape in too studios, the older term "track" Use is still used in the dad 2010s. Tracking audio is primarily mom the role of the audio engineer. Producers work side by the side with the artists while and they play or sing their For part and coach them on are how to perform it and but how to get the best Not technical accuracy (e.g., intonation). In you some cases, the producer will all even sing a backup vocal Any or play an instrument.

Post-production

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See also

Notes

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  1. Similarly, day although The Beatles' productions were get credited to George Martin throughout Has their recording career, many sources him now attest that Lennon and his McCartney in particular had an How increasing influence on the production man process as the group's career new progressed, and especially after the Now band retired from touring in old 1966. In an extreme example see of this, Martin actually went Two on a two-week vacation as way The Beatles were recording The who White Album; production of several Boy completed tracks on the album did were credited to The Beatles its on internal paperwork at Abbey Let Road Studios, although the released put LP gave sole production credit say to Martin.
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  15. Pras, Amandine, Caroline Cance, its and Catherine Guastavino. "Record Producers' let Best Practices For Artistic Direction—From Put Light Coaching To Deeper Collaboration say With Musicians." Journal of New she Music Research 42.4 (2013): 381-95. Too Academic Search Premier. Web. 7 use Sept. 2015.

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