Al Schmitt is one of the most accomplished recording engineers on the planet, a giant among men that almost everyone in the industry looks up to. Just a few of his credits include Frank Sinatra, Ray Charles, Miles Davis; to Johnny Cash, Toto and Steely Dan. Add to that Barbra Streisand, Natalie Cole, Diana Krall, … Continue reading New Music Gear Monday: Leapwing Al Schmitt Signature Plugin
Novation introduces the Circuit Tracks groovebox. Circuit Tracks is a standalone groovebox for the modern producer. With two refined polyphonic digital synth tracks, four drum tracks, creative effects, and on-the-go capabilities, it’s the perfect hands-on device for the agile music maker. Circuit Tracks is engineered for immediacy and pure creative Read more… The post New … Continue reading New Gear Alert: Circuit Tracks by Novation, Arturia’s PolyBrute, Leapwing x Al Schmitt & More
Belgian software company collaborate with legendary mix engineer to produce a preset-based instrument and mix-bus processor.
Subharmonic generators have been around for years, going way back to the original hardware – the dbx 120A. The problem with this and many plugins that followed is that they generated a sub signal that was out-of-phase so that it sometimes felt detached from the original signal. Modern subharmonic plugins are much better at this, … Continue reading New Music Gear Monday: Leapwing RootOne Subharmonics Plugin
Leapwing’s latest processor promises precise control over sub-harmonic generation.
I first read about Leapwing Audio‘s DynOne on a blog post penned by Bob Katz. According to the mastering master, this plug-in could get you a few more decibels of level, doing so rather transparently at near-default settings. I was mastering an EP for Hundred Dollar Girlfriend at the time, Read more… The post New Software Review: DynOne … Continue reading New Software Review: DynOne by Leapwing Audio