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Shawn Everett

  • 2h00

The War On Drugs
"Old Skin"

Workshop #9

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Trailer

Workshop #9

Part 1
00:21:47

Passion for mangling audio, song excerpt, project overview

Part 2
00:16:18

Recording source material, playback, reverb, saturation, distortion, tape layback, speed, edits, looping, clip gain

Part 3
00:13:05

Octave drops, Melodyne processing, pitch-shift, transposition, refinement, progression

Part 4
00:09:38

Track duplication, layering, changing clip alignment, different pitch-shifting modes

Part 5
00:11:14

EQ curve matching, accentuating certain notes, stereo widening, CPU resources, printing

Part 6
00:12:35

Capturing Wurlitzer though P.A., layering with original part, strings, level automation

Part 7
00:17:44

Panning, balancing tweaks, enriching the soundscape, crossfading, cutting, effects

Part 8
00:18:58

Time-stretching, muting, arrangement, re-amping, sample addition, accumulating vibe

Step inside Shawn Everett's personal studio and watch his creativity run wild! In this novel series, the highly innovative producer takes you on a journey of bold experimentation with audio. He captures some basic sounds, then employs analog and digital signal processing to the extreme. Using tools for shifting pitch, altering speed, adding harmonics, and more, Everett creates an extraordinary melodic soundscape that is a far cry from the source material. He layers numerous tracks, applies effects, shows unconventional ways to use Melodyne, and blends the material with a record by The War On Drugs. Using the Pro Tools multi-track session, Shawn demonstrates how he can “accumulate vibe” and use it to enhance an instrumental arrangement. Ingenuity has no limits!

about Shawn Everett

Shawn Everett is a Canadian engineer and producer who has won multiple Grammy and Juno awards for his work with Alabama Shakes, Kacey Musgraves, The War on Drugs, and others

After graduating high school, Everett was accepted as a Work-Study participant in the Audio program in Music & Sound at The Banff Centre, Alberta.

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