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Written on Mar, 12, 2015 by in | Leave a comment

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Written on Jul, 10, 2014 by in | Leave a comment

  Sometimes while editing and mixing, you’ll discover strange and weird images appear. This one is called the Pro Tools Ghost Shaped EQ. [ipic id=”761600944862839449″ size=”420″ link=”1″ ] Don’t be afraid of using extreme EQ settings! Original Instagram post here

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Written on Jun, 26, 2014 by in | Leave a comment

9 years ago in June of 2005, I was in the thick of building our recording studio, a career and life changing experience. Towards the end of construction, I got a call from the Green Natives who said “We hear you are building a recording studio, and we need to record some music!”. I figured 3 weeks would be plenty …

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Written on Apr, 17, 2014 by in | Leave a comment

Most objects usually speak out rhythms and patterns to me as I’m doing these sound design sessions, and with two of the water heater panels in front of me, this rhythm emerged. It will inevitably end up on a future piece of music. Captured by my son on an iPhone: One man’s trash is another man’s excuse for a sampling …

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Written on Apr, 04, 2014 by in | 1 Comment.

Inspired by a twitter conversation with Ian Shepherd “Thriller” by Michael Jackson was the first album I purchased from HDtracks.com, and I was blown away by its sound, fidelity, and dynamics.  There is no evidence of any brickwall mastering, the main offender in our digital era loudness war. In fact, if you look at the Billie Jean waveform, you will notice the beginning …

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Written on Mar, 13, 2014 by in | 1 Comment.

An excerpt from a recording session I did for composer/arranger John Sawoski. 8:15am is never to early to rock out. These are raw tracks (no plugins on the individual channels),  with just a little love from the Vertigo VSC-2 Compressor by Brainworx on the master bus in Pro Tools. All cymbals by Istanbul Agop All drum heads by Aquarian Drumheads …

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