I did, and you can read about it in my recently released book, NEVER SAY NO TO A ROCK STAR: IN THE STUDIO WITH DYLAN, JAGGER, SINATRA AND MORE.
Here's what a reader said yesterday: Your book arrived in the mail today. Sitting on our deck, I thumbed through the pages and came upon Track 12. Sinatra. I read it. I was moved to tears. No need to explain. We both know why. Love.
Here's a clip: "We watched Sinatra to figure out how he did it. Listening to his own vocals through the headphones, he carefully and subtly moved toward the mic during the softer passages and moved away from it during the louder parts. He “rode” his own levels according to how close to, or far from, the microphone he stood. In this way, while his intensity would increase, the recording volume stayed within the narrow range that the equipment liked best. This is called good mic technique and I’ve never seen anyone use it as effectively as Frank."
Buy it on Amazon, and let me know what you think! https://www.amazon.com/Never-Say-No-Rock-Star/dp/1943156085?ie=UTF8&*Version*=1&*entries*=0