Mathias Roska is a berlin based award winning producer, arranger and touring musician. He is a Grammy- and 4 times Echo award winner and worked with artists like Andreas Gabalier, Nik P, DJ Ötzi and more. He started to play guitar as a little boy and wanted to be a musician since his childhood. At the age of 16 he was already able to make a living out of playing music in different clubs in Berlin. In 1988 he founded together with 2 colleagues the Octagon studio in Berlin, where he recorded local bands and had learned a lot about recording and mixing. In 1998 he founded his own studio and since 2009 he has his studio in the Berlin Mitte Studio complex, which is located in the legendary Hansa Studios Berlin.
Karin Park is a singer, songwriter, and producer based in Leksand, Sweden, and has a particular intrigue with Apogee Ensemble. With vast experience as a producer and artist, Karin has extensive knowledge with recording equipment and what she likes in an audio interface. Karin takes us through her church turned studio Djura Missionshus, in this Artist Q & A.
Yu Siyuan, better known for his stage name WhyBeatZ, is a professional DJ/Music Producer from China who was been a force in the music industry for 10 years. Get a glimpse inside the world of WhyBeatZ as we dive a little deeper into his story.
Learn how after comparing audio interfaces Chris determined Apogee Element’s sonic quality and tight integration is the best user experience for Logic users, and how Dual-Path DSP and FX Rack enable Logic users to monitor with plugins without latency.
Check out Sweetwater’s annual roundup of the best audio interfaces for your home studio, organized by whether you need Thunderbolt or USB.
“A blend of cutting edge tech with the tones of classic studio hardware. Apogee’s FX Rack provides EQ and compression – and for the first time – can run natively on your Mac.”
“In conclusion, if you’ve been waiting patiently to take the dive into Apogee’s pool of FX Rack plug-ins but didn’t have the processing power before, now is definitely the time to step off the plank. Either way you look at it, this is a super exciting new development in the world of Apogee, and we can’t wait to see what comes next from the company.”
“The Pointer Sisters sang, “I’m so excited, I just can’t hide it.”
Well, so am I! Why? Because Apogee has released its DualPath FX Rack.
“There’s no doubt that the FX Rack plug-ins are of a quality that matches and maintains Apogee’s reputation, and are well-chosen as initial releases. But what’s really exciting about Apogee’s venture into software is that it’s open to all, not just those who’ve invested in Apogee hardware.”