Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Ask Ken Scott A Question

Ken Scott has had a fabulous career, from being one of the 5 main Beatle engineers, engineering a number of Elton John and Duran Duran albums, to producing 4 David Bowie albums (including the illustrious Ziggy Stardust) and records for Jeff Beck, Devo, Missing Persons, The Tubes, Kansas, Mahavishnu Orchestra, Supertramp, and various solo Beatle singles, among many others.

Now is your chance to ask Ken a question on recording, production, or any of the artists he's worked with. He'll give you his answer during our session at NAMM on Thursday at 12:45. We'll post them here and on the Alfred Music Publishing website.

You can ask the question here, or just add a comment at the bottom of this post.

By the way, Ken will give a presentation at the Alfred booth (#4822) at noon, both Ken and I will be on at 12:45 (where I'll ask him your questions), and I'll be on at 1:15PM.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi Ken.

How do you ensure that you have a balanced frequency spectrum in your mix? As in the right balance between lows, mids, and highs...

Thanks,
Bob
Vancouver

Fred Decker said...

Hi Ken,

What suggestions would you offer to a band to make their pre-production efforts most effective? Any comments on arrangement, song-structure or how to make the music groove?

Thanks,

Fred Decker

Anonymous said...

When will you be posting the presentation, Bobby?

Bobby Owsinski said...

Thanks for all your questions. We received so many questions after the fact that Ken will do a special session in a bit that we'll post soon.

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