We caught up with songwriter and producer Jack Leonard (UNKLE, Baby Queen, Foxes) and Matthew Genovese to uncover their process for tracking guitars remotely using a combination of Zoom and Audiomovers’ LISTENTO.
We continue our new series with a look into one of EMI's greatest designs: the REDD.17. The first in a powerful series of valve mixing desks, EMI engineers Peter Burkowitz and Lenn Page revealed the REDD.17 in 1958. It was EMI’s first console to appear in desk form. Renowned for their smooth EQ curves, extraordinary warmth and lush stereo imagery, there’s something magical about the REDD desks that sound like no other consoles.
How Grammy & Latin Grammy award-winning Engineer created two Elvis Costello albums completely remotely
Berklee graduate and Grammy & Latin Grammy award-winning Engineer Vago Galindo takes us into the entire remote creation process for Elvis Costello’s albums ‘The Boy Named If’ and ‘The Resurrection of Rust’, touching upon the importance of education for aspiring producers and his time in the film and voiceover industries.
The gear behind Abbey Road Studios: Artificial Double Tracking
Abbey Road Studios has always been at the forefront of innovation. We’re thrilled to now be part of this incredible story and together help continue pioneering the way for the future of music technology. As part of our new series, we are delving into some of the ground-breaking innovations created at Abbey Road - and give you an insight into the stories behind them. This week, it’s the legendary Ken Townsend’s very own Artificial Double Tracking.
LYRE MUSIC on collaborating remotely with songwriters and producers
K-pop songwriter, 1/2 of ‘LYRE MUSIC GROUP’ and record producer Alina Smith outlines how she collaborates with other songwriters and producers across the world using a combination of Zoom and the LISTENTO plugin.
How the legendary super-duo Jam & Lewis finally created their debut solo album
With a 35-year legacy built on writing and producing some of the biggest ’80s hits and kickstarting the career of Janet Jackson, ex-members of The Time, Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis discuss their exploration of new sounds and technologies for the creation of what is incredibly their debut album ‘Jam & Lewis: Volume One’.
How we remotely mixed YA’BOYZ – ‘Stomp Your Boots’
Grammy Award-winning recording and mixing engineer Ariel Borujow (Mac Miller, T.I, Kanye West) and songwriter/producer Nick Zinnanti give us a step-by-step breakdown of their remote mix for country-duo YA’BOYZ debut single ‘Stomp Your Boots’.
‘Diamond In The Desert’: creating a world with Audiomovers’ LISTENTO
With their professional relationship spanning over ten years, Grammy-nominated songwriter, producer, mixer, and engineer Nico Stadi and singer-songwriter Sidibe tell the story of how they created the ‘Diamond In Desert’ EP remotely, whilst she was in the desert and he was in LA.
How Nashville’s hitmakers are playing together and running virtual songwriting sessions
LISTENTO became a necessity for Nashville based songwriters during the pandemic. But how are they continuing to use the software for world-wide co-writes that were previously impossible? Find out here.