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.
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.
In this video, product specialist Roger Robindoré will take you through our flagship audio interface, Symphony I/O Mark II. Featuring intuitive touchscreen and software control, a completely modular design, and the finest analog to digital conversion Apogee has developed in its 35 year history, Symphony IO is the premier choice for professionals in the studio recording, live sound, broadcast, house of worship and post production markets.
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.
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.