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.
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.
If you’re in a situation where you are recording a performance and you encounter unexpected high level, the damage is done. However, if you are tracking the performance through an Apogee interface with Soft Limit, you’ll be covered and avoid disaster.
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.
Justin Goldner‘s musical explorations have taken him around the world to 33 countries as a bassist, guitarist and producer, making music with the likes Sting, Ricky Martin, Macy Gray, Hugh Jackman, Steve Martin, Matisyahu, John Turturro (The Big Lebowski), Allison Williams (Girls), Donald Glover, Jesse McCartney, Emily Kinney (The Walking Dead), Jason Robert Brown and others, including his mentor, Meshell Ndegeocello.
With the invention of the iPad came the transition into a more mobile workspace. Rather than being tied to your computer or a clunky external hard drive, you can now record straight to your iPad on the go. The ability to access your multitrack session anywhere and anytime is an incredible advantage when it comes to productivity. Working with a tablet allows for many beneficial features you may not get with a computer or laptop.
Mixing is one of the most important parts of a song’s creation. You put enormous work into the recording process, used all the best gear, and now you’re left with a rough draft of the magic you came to make. With a plan of attack, you can mix your session in a few hours with great results. Use these seven mixing tips to help guide you down that path.