Step inside Studio A of The Village with Grammy-winning engineer and producer Ed Cherney! This series features the song 'Game On' by rock band The Rides – part of an album that Ed recorded and mixed. He revisits the multi-track, which was originally captured live with vocal overdubs to tape, then transferred to Pro Tools. He recalls how the entire album was both tracked and mixed on a Neve 8078 console, then considers how it can be remixed in hybrid fashion. Cherney takes you through his session setup, effects routing, and song structure, then mixes the project from scratch. Throughout the process, he refers to recording techniques, realising the band's vision, and reasons for treating signals in certain ways. Cherney discusses the benefits and drawbacks associated with analog and digital audio, and shows you how he harnesses the power of both!
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À propos de Ed Cherney
Grammy and TEC award-winning producer/engineer Ed Cherney was known for his work with a wide array of artists, among them Sting, Iggy Pop, Bob Seger, Bonnie Raitt, Eric Clapton, Jackson Browne, Bob Dylan, and the Rolling Stones, to name just a few. Over the course of his career, Cherney amassed four Grammy awards and one Emmy. In 1994, he took home the coveted Best Engineered Album (Non-Classical) award for Bonnie Raitt's Longing In Their Hearts, a year in which three of the five nominated albums...