Howling is a collaboration between Âme’s Frank Wiedemann and The Acid’s Ry X. Here, Frank shows us some highlights of the studios where they recorded their debut album, Sacred Ground.

Sacred Ground is out now on Monkeytown x Counter. Catch Howling live on tour this summer in the US. Find them at their website, Facebook and SoundCloud.

14th July, 2015

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  • Beautiful studio, stunning photography. That first picture makes me want to jump right in and start making music.

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  • Beatifull images but in Brazil your sounds remain mute thanks “Good To Go Music”. :/

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  • Esteban – try here https://soundcloud.com/howlinghowling

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  • What a beautiful studio! Awesome!

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  • Can anyone name the manufacturer of the desk that houses the keyboard?

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  • Too bad they didn’t talk about those speakers, or the wall treatments they use.

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  • best section!, love to watch audio gear.

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  • Stuck in the stone age and knowing nothing about actual acoustics… typical studio

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  • ‘Here you can see the preamp and convertors’… except they are totally shrouded in darkness. Mysterious.

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  • @Tommy Did you find out what desk it was?

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  • Ok, a few things … the desk (and the everything else) was built by friends (www.alexvalder.de – designer) for us. The speakers are Backes & Müller … german brand mainly for hifi-speakers. They are special looking and sounding stunning!
    And yes, you can’t see preamps and converters on this pic … so the main converters are by Lynx and RME and the preamps i use the most are a BAE-Neve, API’s, UA 610’s and some old Neumann V476s. And as (very luxurious) DI’s i love the Electrodyne 501s.
    Oh and right: the acoustics are not really good yet (working on it) but it feels great to work in this room (which i think is most important) and all recordings i made in there sound great.
    Hope this helps!
    Frank

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  • Truly beautiful studio.

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