Bloody Mary and Attan show us around their Berlin studio, which features essentials from analogue synths to a rubber chicken named Bobby.
The Jaydes’ self-titled album is out on February 10th on Dame-Music. Find them on Facebook and SoundCloud.
I’m confused. how they were able to mix up the low end of their tracks with such a small speakers with no subwoofer? Do you guys use kind of rental studio for final mixing?
Hi Vitaly, yes we made it in our place. No rental studio, we do all here
And you don’t mention your cs1x, poor little unloved synth!!
Ben B Wrote:
Just saw the cs1x too, have one back in NY. I dig it!
lol, you never need a sub to understand what’s happening on the low end if you understand basic mixing. both these artists have so much experience, i doubt they need a sub to understand how the low end is working itself out.
i rarely see project studios with a subwoofer by the way. most artists just use near field monitors
The Area 89 track is really good.
Please take the stickers off your Apollo already.
In so many studios I see drum machines. How boring is that. Can´t you guys afford a real drummer?
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