Recap and post-NAMM
It has been a little crazy of late. A pretty intense schedule at RAK followed by that insane come-and-go flu that did the rounds made for very poor communication.
After playing a lot of catch up I am glad to announce that Manhattan Tranfer's co-founder, Erin Dickins' brand new album "Vignettes" has gone to the pressing plant. I mixed and mastered it at the Sonic Cuisine using Cranesong's new Solaris converter and my new PSI Audio A17-Ms. What a difference they make to the work flow!
I've been spending time at the Goldsmith's recording studio driving the Calrec to capture RAIE's new songs. I got record the amazing Carly Simon for a very special band (more to follow on that), I got to spend more time with the wonderful Gabrielle Aplin and recorded a few tracks for Sir Tim Rice's "From Here To Eternity".
I flew out to NAMM to do a talk at TEC Tracks, share a panel with Peter Asher and Andrew Scheps about the Soundbreaking documentary and demo Wholegrain's Quartet and Trio DynPEQ plug-ins. We then travelled up to the Bay area to do further Wholegrain presentations at Sony Playstation followed by a fab evening at Coast Mastering demo'ing the plug ins with Jon and James from Sonic Studio.
Keep your eyes and ears peeled for news updates and I'll see you on the other side of the glass.