(copy and paste from GS)
Hey guys! Hope you're all coping with this weird virus situation. Good time to make some music at home! Anyway, I thought you might enjoy this. In addition to that mammoth 4 hour streaming event with Warren Huart, we also did a bunch of interviews weeks ago at Sunset Sound as well. IK will be releasing these video interviews weekly.
The first is legendary engineer/producer Bruce Botnick talking about the studio, the plug-in and recording/mixing The Doors! What's amazing is that he's actually mixing unreleased Doors tracks and is now using Sunset Sound Studio Reverb on them! Talk about being exactly what was needed it doesn't get any more on the money than that task. I also had the chance to meet up with Bruce over at Bernie Grundman's mastering facility and heard some newly remastered Doors. Sounded amazing! What a privilege it was to be hearing that and listening to these guys.
Here's the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KsUbQDY ... e=youtu.be
More to come! One of the things I contribute to the IK machine besides sample libraries (and I guess I've got a lot of extra time now to finish some killer sample libraries I've been working on for ages) is engineer PRESETS for T-RackS. I think of things I'd want myself as a music producer/engineer. Certain common settings that are great starting points. I did this with my pals Tom Lord-Alge, Nick Davis, Richard Chycki, Dave Pensado and Dave Way (and the best part is they're FREE to anyone who owns T-RackS 5... but you might want to get the MAX version so you have everything they made presets for and sometimes there are chain presets like a vocal chain. Cool stuff!). Anyway, just to let you know what's coming for Sunset Sound Studio Reverb, I'm working with Joe Chiccarelli, Ross Hogarth and maybe some more engineers on presets for SSSR and T-RackS which, again, will be FREE. I hope it helps you guys! It does for me. I got Joe to explain the logic behind his presets which has to do with how he treats Studio 1 in particular which is really his home. That'll be available soon. Just letting you know so there's hopefully something fun and exciting to look forward to if you're into this stuff.