Tape like saturation is really easy to simulate with the default devices of Reason and Live.
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Earlier today when Peter Kirn mentioned his blogpost ‘Where’s the Drop? Web App Creepily Knows Via The Crowd’ on Facebook the first thing I thought was: how is this related to the Clearmountain Pauze? If you’re not familiair with the Clearmountain Pauze, listen to this episode of the Pitch podcast: The Drop is this stylistic thing in […]
With Inside Abbey Road Google proves again that the Internet is the most awesome type of all media.
“Bloody silly name that is, The Beatles. How corny can you get?”
“Comparing the work of The Beatles to modern music is unfair: The Beatles were innovating, experimenting, and working beyond the limits of the equipment. Equipment that at the time was the best available, but now looks very dated and clumsy. Modern recording technology allows the tiniest anomalous sound to be erased flawlessly, and performances to […]
Have you seen the film Gravity yet? Highly recommended! You get a view from space you’ve never seen in a movie before. It’s very much computerised but it looks real. Because of that computerised process there’s a lot of controversial discussion surrounding the movie.
Gotta love that tune. Gotta love how that drumsound gets mixed in with a room sound every measure after the guitar riff. Mixed by the hands and ears of engineer Ken Scott. Mixed in real time like a live performance. One of the not so secret ingredients, other than the towels on Ringo’s toms and […]