Tom Pearce recorded the last Ric Size studio album on Tuesday, May 16th– with everything you see in these photos:
It took ~ 3 hours total, with set-up & teardown. All photos, scans, layout & design by TomP & Ric Size. These are the tracks:
TomP did all the sound set up, miking, engineering, etc; while I provided the guitar, songs & performance– in my spare bedroom. It was a LOT nicer than the Hwy 19 & Main St. studio, to say the least. Those are actual cardinals chirping on “Many Miles.” Work with what you’ve got.
Tom Pearce recorded, edited, produced & delivered Over & Out in under a week. Photo below is his home studio, running Studio One 3 Pro mastering plug-ins. Have I mentioned the importance of a producer who is an artist and can finish?
“Yes/No Wave” was self-recorded/produced on a Fostex 4-channel cassette recorder, in 2001. It is the only multi-track recording on this album. Note the higher pitch in my voice.
Fan note: We are still working on Re-Magnified. That project has taken a new & exciting creative turn, and we look forward to getting definitive versions of those songs produced sometime soon!
When care is taken to observe the immutable principles of sound dynamics, a producer’s job becomes much easier.
Also note, this gets product (new songs) to market quicker. If this sounds like the way you would like to record, then contact Tom Pearce at Last Minute Productions in Tavares, FL for all your audio recording needs!
Any promotional tour for Over & Out will depend on the money. Haven’t seen any so far, and if that maintains, then that’s it. All I ever wanted to do was share my songs. I did it on my own terms, paid the price, became profoundly influential, and survived. As they say in showbiz, that’s a helluva run!!