Beemo releases video for “Hey Ya Wanna”

Our good friends and clients Beemo are back at it again with a video for their new track, “Hey Ya Wanna” – recorded, mixed and mastered here at Real Feel Recording. The video was filmed at The Imperial by our own Antoine Hart of Chamber Moments Photography.

Highlighting their organic americana sound, this track features beautiful acoustic instrumentation and heart warming melodies over a cajon backed groove that will put a smile on anybody’s face.

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Real Feel Artist REB releases his new single, “What I’m Looking For”

We had the pleasure of tracking soulful R&B artist REB’s new album at our studio over the last year. Earlier this month, he released a brand new single, recorded and produced here at our studio by Will Snyder and Antoine Hart. His upcoming self-titled release is on the way soon – in the meantime, check out the video for his single, “What I’m Looking For”


Real Feel Tips: Mic placements for guitar cabinets with Will Snyder

If you’ve recorded an electric guitar through an amp, you probably know how important mic placement is. In this video Will shows you some different mic placements and provides some great tips for getting the best sound, everytime.

Enjoy and don’t forget to follow Will on social media for more great recording info!

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Real Feel Artist – Ken Nai debuts Table of Contents Series

Over the past year, we had a pleasure working with a talented artist named Ken Nai. Today, he debuts his brand new website and a brand new video series titled, “Table of Contents”. The topic of discussion and the quality makes this video a must see. Background music is by Rhythm Instrumental and visuals by Chamber Photography – Moments Chamber. Check out Table of Contents: Serious Delivery below!


Sarama- Muay Thai fight music

We all know music has probably one of the greatest influences in the world. But did you know that music also has an effect in the fighting world? In Muay Thai, a combat sport/martial art from Thailand, music has a big impact during a fight. The music that is played during a Muay Thai fight is called the “sarama”. Outside of the ring, musicians play traditional instruments such as  Klong Kaak(drums), Javanese Clarinet  and other small percussion that often dictates the pace of the fight.

As the round starts off, the musicians often in a slow pace. At the same time, fighters usually take their time to feel out their opponent(meaning observing the level of skill). As each round goes by, the music becomes faster and more aggressive. Also at the same time, the fighters pick up the pace as well and action intensifies. Sometimes, the fight may start of in a fast pace; it varies from fight to fight. Check out some of the examples below

Pokemon + Metal Drums = Epic!

If you have ever played the Pokemon game on Gameboy, then you’ll probably recognize this intense battle song. Only this time, it has been remixed with metal drums! It makes the song feels even more intense.

The world’s LARGEST drum kit!

This is pretty amazing! Meet Dr. Mark Temperato; the man who created this MONSTER drum kit.

When Dr. Mark Temperato got confirmation that his set was in fact officially the world’s largest drum set, it only had 340 pieces. That was in October of 2011. Since then, he has been meticulously added a lot more pieces to it. Now it has 813 pieces, and he’s stopping for now. His birthday is on August 13, so he thought 813 would be a good place to take a break. It would take quite a few drum lessons from take lessons to learn how to navigate a drum kit like that! He plans to hit 1,000 pieces before it’s all said and done.

You might wonder how long it took him to build this…it took him 36 years! Keep in mind, he’s not finished yet. It’s obviously become a life long passion of his. It takes him a whole hour to hit each piece (he has a custom chair that’s extra high so he can reach each one). It takes 4 people 15 hours to put it all together. You can watch the video below to learn more about this incredible feat.

What’s the purpose of building the world’s largest drum set? Mark is a minister at the Breath of Worship Church in Lakeville, New York. He uses his drum set to attract attention and spread the word of God in a unique way. Even though he’s just an amateur musician, something tells me he has built a huge following. Congratulations Mark!