Jesse Ray Ernster on mixing Burna Boy’s Grammy award-winning album ‘Twice As Tall’ the ‘modern way’
Jesse Ray Ernster recounts how he was able to mix Burna Boy’s sixth studio album ‘Twice As Tall’ whilst moving between Airbnbs in LA.
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The plugins behind Sigala’s greatest hits.
UK artist and producer Sigala recently gave a glimpse behind the curtain, sharing the plugins he has used to create some of his biggest tracks to date.
Producing hit songs has become second nature to Sigala. Exploding onto the scene in 2015 when he grabbed a Jackson 5 sample and created Easy Love with it, Bruce Fielder cemented himself as one of the biggest artists/producers in the UK with his debut album Brighter Days.
Abbey Road has been cutting discs on-site since legendary engineer Alan Blumlein invented the custom cutting head in 1931.
You may have seen the film The King’s Speech, but did you know that the microphones used in the film weren’t just props, but in fact the exact same ones originally designed for the Royal Family and part of Abbey Road’s collection of over 800 microphones?
The focal point of Abbey Road’s mastering rooms is the EMI TG12410 console. The first solid-state consoles to be designed within EMI, they were custom built by EMI’s research department in Hayes, Middlesex, beginning in the late ‘60s.
The frontman of the Baltimore-based quartet, Samuel T. Herring reminisced on the remote mixing process for the band’s 2020 album ‘As Long As You Are’ and how the band continues to use LISTENTO