ASP880 In A Golden State

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UK-born songwriter, Luke Sital-Singh has had tens of millions of plays on Spotify alone. Inspired by a recent move to California, Luke has just released his third album with Raygun Records, for which his eight channel mic pre, ASP880 was invaluable as part of the recording process.     Luke’s soulful voice and introspective lyrics […]

ASP4816 Analogue Chic: Studio Bohemo

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“I suddenly knew what I had been missing,” said Wes Chapmon, describing his initial reaction to the ASP4816 after running a mix that he’d previously been working on with his digital system. “The sound was alive, three dimensional, revealing and much easier to work with.” According to Wes, owner of Studio Bohemo in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, this […]

Nashville: A Songwriters’ Paradise?

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Ever wondered about the mystical ‘Music City’? Could there really be somewhere where music is all over: echoing from every ventilation shaft, in the very air that you breathe? We asked our Nashville correspondent, bright, young, singer/songwriter and Audient ASP4816 console owner, Lizzy McAvoy to take us around the city that she’s made her home, […]

ASP880 Enhances Producer Charlie Andrew’s Toolkit

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Chatting to Charlie Andrew, producer of Alt-J’s debut album An Awesome Wave, (which bagged them a Mercury Prize) and their second album This is All Yours which went straight to number one, Audient gets the feeling that apart from being a thoroughly nice chap, he’s also one of those people who is genuinely passionate about […]

Multi-Platinum Record Producer Chooses iD22

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Multi-platinum selling record producer and song-writer Paul O’Duffy has worked with a variety of musical talent since the late eighties ranging from Swing Out Sister, John Barry, Dusty Springfield, Was Not Was, Lewis Taylor, Amy Winehouse, and most recently, rising stars such as Ella Eyre, Charlotte OC, Will Heard and Purple Ferdinand. When Audient caught […]