Renowned engineer and producer Ken Scott (The Beatles, Pink Floyd, Elton John) talks about his work on the REDD desks in the Abbey Road studios in the 1960′s and 1970′s with engineer Jack Joseph Puig (Black Eyed Peas, John Mayer, Lady Gaga).
The Duende Native Plug-in suite is a collection of audio processing tools which bring professional audio quality, sophistication and benchmark performance within reach of all DAW users. Duende plug-ins provide the superior precision, advanced feature set and legendary tonal characteristics of SSL console products in affordable VST/AU/RTAS* plug-in form. They are quite simply the easiest way to get your hands on professional tools that will help you make professional mixes that sound like a record.
Following launching the M-Waves option module for the iLive digital mixing system at PLASA, Allen & Heath together with Waves are staging interactive online seminars in order to provide information and technical understanding for the card and the Waves SoundGrid protocol in general. The sessions will be held on Thursday 1st December 2011 and are […]
Yoad Nevo will put in the online two new webinars for Waves: Mixing Drums with Waves and also Mixing Vocals with Waves. In these ones, he will reaveal his aproach for mixing drums and vocals using some Waves plugins. And also, he’ll take your questions. Yoad Nevo is a well know british producer and sound engineer who work with Jem, Pet Shop Boys, Bryan Adams, Girls Aloud, Sugababes, Dandy Warhols, Goldfrapp, Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Moby, Air, Morcheeba, amongst others. He has a studio in London named Nevo Sound Studios and he also worked for some pro audio plugins for Waves Audio.
Presonus announces for November, 19 PreSonuSphere 2011 – First Annual Presonus Users Conference which it will take place in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. PreSonuSphere 2011 will include lectures and demos by such luminaries as EM/Harmony Central editorial director Craig Anderton, front-of-house engineering legend Ace Baker, renowned worship-team trainer Doug Gould, veteran journalist and engineer Mike Rivers, TV- and film-music producer and songwriter Rhett Mouton, and PreSonus technology evangelist Byron Gaither and it will be focused on tips, techniques, and applications for PreSonus’ Studio One v2 DAW software and StudioLive-series digital mixers.
Aerosmith and Producer Jack Douglas use Endless Analog’s CLASP (Closed Loop Analog Signal Processor) on Recording Sessions for Upcoming Album
The fans of Aerosmith are in the 7th heaven because the guys are working hard at their 14th studio album, set to be released in May 2012. Fans have been requested for a new abum since 2001’s Just Push Play and 2004’s bluesy covers album Honkin’ on Bobo, and the sessions for the new record are rendering something very special – something that producer Jack Douglas is calling “raw” and “nasty.” Aerosmith’s decision to again collaborate with Douglas, who helmed sessions for the band’s classic 1970s LP’s Get Your Wings, Toys in the Attic and Rocks, indicates that the band is trying to capture an old-school, classic vibe on the new set. Helping Douglas, engineer Warren Huart and the band achieve the right sound is Endless Analog ’s CLASP™ (Closed Loop Analog Signal Processor) system, which uniquely integrates analog tape into the digital audio workstation environment. Together, they have all become huge CLASP devotees, and in fact they are using four CLASP units on the sessions.
The Recording Academy Memphis Chapter and Producers & Engineers Wing hold Grammy GPS: A Road for Today’s Music Biz
The Recording Academy Memphis Chapter and the Producers & Engineers Wing hold Grammy GPS: A Road for Today’s Music Biz on September 30, 2011. The event took place at Stax Music Academy and housed more musical performances and a full day of professional development.
Daniel Glass, head of indie label Glassnote Records, home to the Givers, Mumford & Sons and Phoenix set the tone for the conference with comments about the importance of true record business professionals who have knowledge and solid experience in everything from A&R to touring to publicity, illustrating his talk with highlights from the path Mumford & Sons took from signing to their 53rd Annual Grammy Awards appearance.
Celine Dion and her Audio Crew choosed Neumann and Sennheiser for Caesar’s Palace Las Vegas Concerts
Celine Dion’s recent comeback to The Colosseum at Caesar’s Palace Las Vegas has once again been a resounding success, marked by soldout concerts and great reviews. Her previous headliner show at Caesar’s ran from 2003 – 2007 and was attended by over 3 million fans. This time around, Celine – who performs with 31 musicians including a full orchestra and backup band – personally selected the Neumann KK 104 S cardioid capsule coupled with a Sennheiser SKM 5200 II handheld transmitter to deliver her voice to auditorium. In addition to her vocals, a full array of Sennheiser and Neumann microphones are used capture the complex performance, which is produced by AEG/Live Concerts West and directed by Ken Ehrlich, renowned for his work on the Grammy Awards.
Solid State Logic said us that Danny Byrd, the well-known UK Producer, has installed in his studio Solid State Logic Nucleus Control Surface for lifting the quality of his music and audio production and also thw studio workflow.
“Originally it was Matrix that piqued my interest,” Danny explains. “I was very tempted but it was a little bit out of my price range in terms of what I could justify – mostly because I’ve always been an in-the-box producer. And then SSL Nucleus comes along with all of the controller bits from Matrix but in a much smaller package that seemed ideally suited to my needs.”
“I’ve always been a big advocate of control surfaces, and Nucleus kills many birds with one stone. You don’t have a problem quickly controlling the master volume, you’ve got it right there. And you’ve got your key commands right where you need them. Then you’ve got your SSL preamps with your mics plugged in the back. It’s funny but you don’t think that there’s much difference between, say, saving a project with your mouse through the file menu and simply pressing a button on Nucleus. Sure, you’re talking about a second’s difference, but when you’re working that makes all the difference. Already Nucleus has speeded up my workflow quite a bit.”
EAW announces the passing of Moray McMillin, a concert touring veteran and EAW Application Support Group Representative for the EMEA region. He passed away at age 58 after a long battle with cancer. McMillin was a strong presence in touring sound for several decades, and he flourished in his subsequent role at EAW. He is sorely missed by the EAW family and the professional audio industry as a whole.