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  1. Slikjmuzik
    30th May 2012 - permalink
    Slikjmuzik
    I did up to December 31, 2011. I knew I'd be buying a house this year, of which I'm in the final stages of closing on and the plan is to build a monster studio in it. It will most certainly be better than any other location I've ever worked in.
  2. Matt R
    30th May 2012 - permalink
    Matt R
    Hey, do you have a studio in a retail space here in Boca or is it a home studio? I didn't realize there were any active local users here :P
  3. Doc Mixwell
    28th May 2009 - permalink
    Doc Mixwell
    Quote:
    Hey Adam, just wondering. How 'neve' sounding is the m581.
    Bro; it gets no closer in 500 land, by my estimation. I would suggest the M581 has a beautifully rich detail, extremely punchy low mid, and yes, I do think its a bit slower with regard to HF information, just like those old "N" modules are. This thing is thick and extremely meaty for all the usual suspects and has sounded awesome on everything I've used it with and then some. GTR's and Vocals are my favorite application thus far. This preamplifier is highly recommend @ our shop. Check it out; Input and output Carnhill Iron that couldn't be more musical.

    M581 Pictures #1

    M581 Pictures #2

    Hope this helps
    Cheers
    A/B
  4. Vum
    18th May 2009 - permalink
    Vum
    ----other half of message----


    I definitely benefitted from hearing the development of the track. I'm by no means a snob - when I describe something as "slick" I mean that in a good way. Not as a mark of insecurity --- I think a lot of people on this forum look at "overproduction" and "slick" as a sort of Audio Comb-over (feel free to use that joke) but from someone like me, it is a sincere compliment. I will be honest that beyond the slick production, there isn't much in the track that pulls me in. I am not the public nor am I the average listener. I'm a colleague that recognizes talent in your production and the band's execution.

    What is amateur? I posted some earlier things on page 1 of this thread that to me is the hallmark of amateurism as a sort of negative connotation - they border on pet peeves too.

    Let's stay in touch!

    Paul Nichols
  5. Vum
    18th May 2009 - permalink
    Vum
    Howdy!! I think the two of us work in very similar environments. Like you, I tailor a lot of my production for people that don't have major sponsorship in that I often blend the expense of production with cost efficient sessions.

    As far as amateur vs pro = I think it was very bold of you to post your music in such a raw manner. I don't know if I'd have the balls to do that (is big brother listening??) in a public forum. I think that the finished song you posted has a lot of "tricks" that I recognize but don't actually know. I thought I heard a vari-speed type effect at the end of some guitar regions but beyond some other aspects - your production method is pretty foreign to me.
  6. Slikjmuzik
    18th February 2009 - permalink
    Slikjmuzik
    I actually did already get rid of them...sorry man...but I do have other gear that I can get you if there are mics or whatever that you need.
  7. JohnBobAudio
    17th February 2009 - permalink
    JohnBobAudio
    Still looking to get rid of those ns10s?

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  • About Slikjmuzik
    Location
    Boynton Beach, FL
    Occupation
    Producer, Frontman, Vocal Coach
    Biography
    passionate, intense, love good music, love my babe - my studio...don't know what i'd do without her...
    Career highlights
    First EP I ever did got the band signed to Atlantic as well as another offer from RCA....that was 4 years ago, now I have stuff playing on MTV and radio.
    Other interests
    mixng, trying new mixing techniques, becoming a better singer/performer, getting better tones in my studio with ears as opposed to just buying new gear all the time.
    Key gear used
    Cubase 5, Lynx/Blacklion/Ross Martin conversion. Adam Monitors, Primacoustic Room Treatment. BAE, RJR, Burl, Vintech, Daking, Focusrite, TL-Audio, Blacklion, DBX front end. AEA, Sennheiser, AKG, Stellar, Advanced Audio, Studio Projects, CAD, Audix, Shure mics. Mogami, ProCo and Monoprice Cabling...
    Influences
    'Mutt' Lange, the Lord-Alge's, Quincy Jones, Boston, Toto, Def Leppard, good arrangements, Jason Mraz, Scott Leonard, David Bendeth, Dave Fortman, Matt Wallace, Tony Mazeratti, David Reitzas, Joey Sturgis, etc...
    Instruments
    I record live drums, guitars, bass, vocals, keys and strings and horns all the time.
    Studio Name
    Ear Candy Studios, Boca Raton, FL
    Back Line
    Ludwig Epic Series set with Zildjian cynbals, DW & PDP harware, Les Paul Studio, Fender self-made with Lukather prewired pick guard, Fender Pbass with Leo Quan bridge and quarter pounders, Avatar cabs with v30's and classic lead 80's, G&K Bass Amp, Mesa, Marshall, Fender and Epiphone heads.
  • Signature
    Julian
    Ear Candy Studios
    www.earcandystudios.com
    https://www.facebook.com/hightolerance

    It's the indian, not the arrow...

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