Ian McIntyre

Ian's Music Blog

Music Engineering at the MEL

May 13, 2014

Hey, check out this awesome new company! PathMeT.

March 24, 2014

Pink Floyd's classical guitar solo from The Wall. The only thing I can play on guitar. Added a pad just for fun.

February 15, 2014

Christine asked me to record a Jim Brickman song. I don't remember which song she requested, so I chose this piece. Recorded 2/9/2014.

In other news, Tim and I have been working on our duet for about six weeks. It should be finished soon!

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December 17, 2013

Website migrated over to Bootstrap 3.0. Looks more like the ESMD website! Fun stuff...

As of January 2014, I am on my second co-op rotation with the Human Engineering Research Laboratories. This means that I will have plenty of time in the evenings to help you with your music endeavors! If you want to use the MEL and need some help with recording, or want to learn piano, get in touch!

December 9, 2013

Happy Holidays! Thank you for your help during recording, Yemin!

November 22, 2013

November 2, 2013

It's basically Christmas time...
Recorded on the Steinway with two Rode NT5 Microphones hooked up to the Lexicon I-ONIX U82S, mixed with Audacity.

October 5, 2013

Demo piano track for Jon's Take Five project. Recorded 10/5/2013 on a Steinway. Mixed with Audacity.

September 29, 2013

Recorded at a more reasonable hour. I've heard that I should increase the bass just a bit. What do you think of the sound quality?

Recorded at an unreasonable hour. Performed on a lovely Steinway and captured using two CAD Eqitek E100S large diaphragm microphones, Lexicon I-ONIX U82S audio interface, and Audacity.

September 21, 2013

The audible birthday card for Paige. Featuring Yemin, Juan, Eric, and Tori on the drums.

September 10, 2013

August 29, 2013

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August 17, 2013

A website was born. I'll provide updates on music projects I'm working on, kind of like a blog. Only not as user friendly because I need to remember how to code HTML and CSS...