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The Periscope with Danton Supple @ Strongroom Studios London
Matt Sartori spends some time in the studio with producer and engineer Danton Supple to record drums with the Periscope. Danton placement of the Periscope is quirky and unusual and includes some "Let's use it as a sound design tool" or "let's put it in the corridor and see what it sounds like" moments. Really worth a watch! You can download the Protools session to discover how the whole drum kit sounds like and solo every microphone including the Periscope here: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/79fg45rxbl4h4yp/AABIoK2jNX9USBV2Tj5nXK2oa Thank you Chrsitina Lopez for amazing grooves and Jake Murray @ Strongroom studios for your help and support!
Great Sounding Drums using Room Ambience Samples to beef up the recorded drum kit
Danton Supple shows us some of his methods of getting pretty massive drum sounds to Clint Murphy at Strongroom Studios. Using the ambient room samples to supplement his recorded drums he can get a super dense kit sound - Watch the video and some examples are at the end of the video. Visit http://www.RecordProduction.com for 500 more producer and studio features.
SSL 'In Conversation With' Mandy Parnell and Danton Supple
We are honoured to present an SSL 'In Conversation With' session with Mandy Parnell and Danton Supple. Mandy Parnell (www.mandyparnell.com) is one of the most prolific and revered mastering engineers in the industry, Danton Supple (www.definitionarts.com) is one of the most respected and successful recording and mixing engineers around. In this fascinating 1 hour conversation they exchange rare insights into how they work, the equipment they use and the industry in which they work. This session was hosted by SSL's Jim Motley and was conducted at and with the very generous assistance of Red Bull Studios in London (www.redbullstudios.com).
One on One with Danton Supple | Genelec 8351| Interview
Danton Supple, the man behind albums by Coldplay, Ian Brown, Morrissey, Patti Smith, and U2, recently sat down One on One with Genelec to talk about his love for his 8351 SAM™ monitors, and how they help him produce his “very taut, very punchy sound”. Read more about the 8351 SAM™ monitors and The Ones product family at www.genelec.com/theones
Danton Supple on mixing techniques
Clint Murphy talks with top mix engineer and record producer Danton Supple at Strongroom Studios about how his working methods have evolved to suit the faster paced production expectations. Visit http://www.RecordProduction.com for 500 more producer and studio features.
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