starting today EMILY PLAYS recording sessions for the new album.
listen here the first album recorded and mixed by Gianmaria Aprile: http://www.losthighways.it/2008/03/24/shortsighted-tree-emily-plays/
listen here the second album recorded and mixed by Gianmaria Aprile: http://42records.bandcamp.com/album/emily-plays-the-fall-rise-of-graeme-obree
New gear for Argolab_ The VOG analog bass resonance tool is the latest creation from Little Labs, and is Little Labs first entry in the popular API 500-Series module format. The VOG was originally designed to capture the chest resonance of vocalists or voice over artists, enabling them to still have a proximity type effect without havingto be so close to the mic, hence the name, VOG, or Voice of God. However, when I heard it on kick drum and bass, it became clear this would be the go to device to make these instruments sound huge. The VOG lets users sweep a sharp peak resonance from 20 to 300 Hz, while anything below the peak is rolled off at a steep -24dB per octave. This lets users focus on the low end they want, while eliminating low-end mush and unnecessary woofer excursion. A subharmonic can be the focus, or the fundamental, or upper harmonics. On a kick drum, for example, the overall effect of turning VOGs frequency knob sounds like someone is tightening or loosening the drumhead. In a mix, VOG allows users to place the bass spectrum instruments so they do not interfere or get in the way of each other. The i-VOG is identical to the VOG, but it’s a standalone version, no rack required. Oh, but it does add a hi quality hi Z instrument in which adds to its creative capability. This video is for the UA plug in of the VOG, but the hardware is identical, and this was well produced. SOUND ON SOUND review: http://www.soundonsound.com/sos/nov11/articles/littlelabs-vog.htm