Sennheiser Collaborates with Meghdeep Bose to Create Unique Experiences for the Professionals

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Sennheiser, a German audio giant announced its collaboration with Meghdeep Bose, a renowned music producer, composer, arranger, and singer for creating Neumann Home Studio Academy India edition series. Meghdeep Bose is known for the songs such as ‘Swag se Swagat,’ ‘Slow Motion,’ ‘KaunTujhe,’ and ‘Dus Bahane.’ His work on ‘Bol Do Na Zara’ has won him the Indian Recording Arts Academy Awards in 2017.

The Neumann Home Studio Academy offers high-quality tutorial videos on various aspects of recording via a dedicated website and an associated YouTube channel. The videos, which have met with an extremely positive response in recent years, are often described by viewers as being the best in this field. Now, Neumann has launched new India edition in collaboration with Meghdeep Bose- offering best practice insights on how to record the beats produced by typical Indian instruments -Tabla and Sarangi by using a high-quality Neumann microphone.

In the first of the 3-part video series of the home studio recording, Meghdeep Bose introduced viewers to the basic recording techniques of Indian instruments. As part of the video, he deep dived into the history of Indian classical music, nuances of Tabla and Sarangi, and a brief history of these instruments and where they originated from.

The second part of the series focussed on how people can position their Neumann microphones accurately for the best sound quality output, and how the tone changes with the different settings of these mics. With the help of microphones such as the legendary Neumann TLM 102 or TLM 103, people can set up the home studio recording like a pro and even the slightest sounds of the instruments can be captured by these microphones.

In the third and the final part of the video, Meghdeep Bose introduced various microphone techniques that can be leveraged using Neumann microphones. The video further details out the difference in the sound of the instruments by using various miking techniques.

According to Vipin Pungalia, Director, Professional Segment, Sennheiser India, “We are very excited to collaborate with Meghdeep Bose and this is a remarkable moment of great pride and honour for us. We believe that Sennheiser has always aimed to create unique experiences for its audience. When we collaborate with such renowned artists in the country, we feel immense joy and pride in saying that we are doing something fruitful and providing a meaningful contribution to the professionals and the budding artists across the country. Sennheiser comes with a rich 75-year history, and always committed to creating products which help the future of the audio industry evolve. I would sincerely like to thank Meghdeep for being with us through this journey and for his contribution in teaching the nuances of setting up the home studio which is quite essential in this new normal.”

According to Meghdeep Bose, Renowned Music Producer, “I’ve always believed that quality education is the most crucial and concrete step towards success and growth in any area and I consider it to be a great honour & privilege to have been chosen for one such educational venture. I would sincerely like to thank Sennheiser and Neumann for making me a part of the Neumann Home Studio Series’ Franchise’s Indian Edition. It was truly an enriching experience as we were able to engage with the new generation in whose hands lies the future of the music industry. I look forward to creating more such enriching videos and contribute my learnings to the Music Industry and the budding professionals.”

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