Detroit-native and Foley Artist, Brett Voss talks Foley/Sound Mixing and Apogee’s Groove. Brett is best known for his work on Game of Thrones,The Darkest Hour, and Pacific Rim.
Meghan Trainor is back at with her second studio release after a dominating performance with “No” while Pierce the Veil and Jennifer Nettles follow closely on this week’s Billboard 200.
New week, new albums, new standings. All three of these artists had their new albums debut on the Billboard 200. Here are this week’s artists that made use of Apogee products during their rise to the Billboard.
So you’ve decided you need a new interface and you’ve been scouring the internet reading reviews and tips on picking out the perfect fit. Let’s review the questions you should be asking in order to find out exactly what you’re looking for.
Dominating performances from Drake, a top 10 residency from Rihanna, and a Billboard climb from Panic! At The Disco. Here are three artists on this week’s charts that made use of Apogee products during their rise to the Billboard.
Let’s take a look at three albums on this week’s Billboard 200 created by today’s influential women and Apogee Users.
Apogee has taken a unique design approach to their built-in mic preamps to achieve the best performance of any audio interface. Apogee’s Advanced Stepped Gain Architecture™ features a circuit that is dynamically optimized at different gain settings to provide superior bandwidth, ultra low noise and nonexistent distortion across an unprecedented gain range of 0-75 dB.
Whether it’s the artist themselves or an engineer along the way, Apogee has had their hand in helping create many of the radio hits you hear today. Whether it’s the artist themselves or an engineer along the way, Apogee has had their hand in helping create many of the radio hits you hear today. Here are three Apogee users in this week’s Billboard 200.
If you’re a guitar player, you know that lugging your amp around can get a bit tedious. Not to mention avoiding noise complaints when practicing can be tricky if you’re staying in a hotel or living in an apartment. When you wake up in the middle of the night with a great idea, you can’t just ignore it and go to sleep. You have to plug in and jam out—it’s a craving all artists and performers feel. When you have to be considerate of your neighbors, that can be a tricky midnight calling.
The idea of having additional horsepower available via external DSP to run whatever plugins you want might seem like an ideal solution for many modern recording engineers. However, computers have become extremely powerful and plugin developers are constantly improving their software to be more CPU efficient. The combination of these two things means that today’s computers can handle more audio plugins than ever before. So do you really need external DSP?