Greek-Cypriot singer Maria Elena Kyriakou tears the roof off in her new singer "Without You". The song was recorded by veteran recording engineer and TubeTrap enthusiast Mic Roussos at Mic R. Studios in Cypress. With the help of the Quick Sound Field, Mic brings Maria Elena's voice into the light with emotive clarity and dynamic resolve.
Hollywood sound man Jonathan Wales was kind enough to share his experience with the AttackWall with out good friends down at RSPE.com in Los Angeles, CA. Wales has been in audio in the movie business for over 35 years, working on films such as re-recording engineer on films such as Memento, Saw, Meet the Parents, E.T. and Old Boy. He is currently the CEO of Wildfire Sonic Magic in Los Angeles. Here's what he had to say about the AttackWall:
Stuart White is an engineer based in New York City. He has worked with artists such as Nicki Minaj, Mary J. Blige, Nas, Fun! and Beyonce just to name a few. Our good friends down at RSPE.com had a chance to catch up with Stuart and here's what he has to say about ASC's AttackWall.
Gregory Scott (ubk) of Kush Audio talks about the AttackWall while doing a Google Hangout with Pensado's Students (April 3, 2014). The AttackWall discussion starts at an hour and 12 minutes in (transcribed below).
Brian Vibberts uses his portable Quick Sound Field to record Miles Mosley on a 250 year old upright bass for "What's Tracking's" 5th webisode. The Quick Sound Field provides an acoustically controlled recording space, which Brian uses for all of his recordings. In this episode of "What's Tracking," Brian uses the technique to while demonstrating various mics and filters for the show.
Mike Malinowski show's off his extreme listening room with state-of-the-art equipment and his "forest of TubeTraps." Read more about Mike's experience with ASC and TubeTraps in his 9 part article: The Room [http://www.6moons.com/audioreviews/theroom/1.html].
Pete Townshend, lead guitarist for The Who, talks about transforming small spaces with TubeTraps. Pete gets a lot of inspiration lately from creating mobile spaces for recording in various environments. You can transform almost any space into a recording studio with TubeTraps!
Pete Townshend, lead guitarist for The Who, talks about how the band uses TubeTraps on tour to reduce bass rumble around the drum kit and get distortion from the guitar speakers without having the volume too high.