SYNTHiC4TE | Nov 18 2015 | 867 MB
Watch Grammy-engineer Andrew Scheps mix a song entirely on his Neve 8068 console with tons of analog outboard
Grammy-winning engineer Andrew Scheps mixes the song Fly Rasta by the amazing Ziggy Marley, this time using exclusively hardware equipment.
This is the way records used to be made and it is a truly exceptional learning opportunity for all aspiring producers and engineers.
In this 2-hour video Andrew Scheps mixes Ziggy Marley's song on his 2 analog Neve 80-series consoles explaining all his decisions, sharing his extensive rear bus parallel compression concept and using the best vintage gems from his world-famous wall of gear.
This video is a deep dive into the analog world, getting to the roots and origins of compression and equalization techniques and unveiling sometimes-forgotten workflows that will be truly inspiring to all engineers.
This video is the follow-up on the full mix of the same song, done entirely in-the-box.
Watch the video here, compare the two mixes then download the same tracks from Andrew's session and mix your own!
Console: Neve 8068 (x2) with Flying Faders
EQ: Neve 33102, Lang EQs
Dynamics: Urei 1176LN (Rev.D and Rev.A), dbx 160VU, Neve 2264, RCA BA6A, Spectrasonics 610, Chandler TG1
FX: Eventide H3000, Aphex II Studio Exciter, Aphex 204, SPL Transient Designer
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