We Made A Pop Electronic Song Out Of A BMW
Watch us use the iZotope Spire to record samples from a car and turn them into a future bass track! Huge thanks to Alex Venegas for singing on this. Download the FREE sample pack we made of our favorite sounds that were sampled and processed from this car: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/fcmgj7n8sdby6im/AABWq6UvbVFDGLNCNY7X-X9pa?dl=0 Listen to more of our music: Spotify: http://bit.ly/HighlndSpotify Instagram: http://bit.ly/HighlndIG Facebook: http://bit.ly/HighlndFB Video by: Sound Content YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzkEXPw1I0Mc93xNeJfZvZg Website: https://www.soundcontent.video/
Hannah & The Engineers
Hannah and the Engineers - Begin EP Promo [A-List Records 2020]
The trio behind Hannah and the Engineers gives insight on how their group started and their approach to making music together. Featuring interviews with Hannah Ferber, Lucas Fackler, Steve Wilk and Derek Jones (A-List records creative director). Meet the band, hear snippets from their debut EP "Begin" and learn a little bit on how they got their start.
The Won't - Loud Enough (OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO)
The fellas of The Won't got together to perform their political anthem Loud Enough, but something odd started to happen. Was there a glitch in the matrix? We're a 90's / 00's inspired punk rock quartet. We blend our alternative and punk influences from over the decades, crafting new music for the current era. Slightly mellowed with age, our punk rock sound is perhaps a bit more mature yet still remains untamed as punk rock should be.
Meet the Artists
Creative Director and Sound Engineer, Derek Jones, gives an overview of the current A-List Records artists. Stream/Download every artist's full album now at https://www.alistmusic.com/#!label?l=738818&page=albums For more information on A-List Records, please contact us: https://www.alistmusic.com/#!custom_page?pageId=2642
Akoustyx In Ear Monitors featuring The Won't at Sound Content Studio
See how we use Akoustyx IEM's when we're working in the studio. They customizable and comfortable. Perfect for not getting in the way when making videos and the sound they produce is reliable, ensuring you know what you're getting in the studio. See how we used them while working in our studio to produce our track 'Loud Enough' (out now on all major streaming platforms).
Choose the Right DAC for EDM Mixing & Mastering | Luca Pretolesi
Get the inside scoop from dance music engineer and sonic wizard Luca Pretolesi as he shares his top 3 reasons for choosing a digital audio converter (DAC) for his hybrid analog and digital ‘Studio DMI’ in Las Vegas—where Steve Aoki, Diplo, 2 Chainz and others get their hit dance tracks mixed and mastered. Luca’s ultimate DAC has a ‘no hype’ conversion quality, with a natural sound. He wants a converter that will translate multiple sources and switch seamlessly between inputs with zero latency. Lastly he requires precise metering so when mastering an EDM track he can accurately balance loudness with dynamics. Luca chose the Dangerous CONVERT-2 and CONVERT-8 DACs because they deliver on all three of his mixing and mastering needs. “The initial conversion from digital to analog is crucial, I want to have the best possible source from the beginning of my mixing chain to the end. Whatever I do after that conversion is going to amplify what is right or what is not right,” says Luca pointing out his most critical need in a DAC. Engineer Luca Pretolesi, of Studio DMI in Las Vegas, uses his musicianship for mixing and mastering. Taking tracks to an entirely new level. His approach is artistic, bringing a fresh perspective to songs and releasing the emotion that can be buried beneath unpolished sounds. He is able to enhance the music and create a masterpiece beyond the original vision of the artist/producer. Hailing from Italy where the genre was born, dance music is second nature to him. At 16 years old he was in school learning to perfect his craft as electronic music was gaining mainstream popularity, Luca has now perfected the art of mixing and mastering electronic music with over 25 years experience. He has created a collection of equipment including computer plugins, and custom made hardware, EQ’s and compressors, and high end mastering gear. This combination of analog and digital allows him to add his touch to any project of any style as he has the best of both technological worlds at his fingertips. Pretolesi devotes all of his energy to mixing and mastering the final product – not the creation of the rough draft. Comparable to viewing a local channel vs. high-definition, he creates sounds that you can see, and takes one-dimensional tracks and gives them depth and separation, and turns music into an ‘iMax movie’ experience. After mixing a track for an artist on Dim Mak Records, Steve Aoki picked up the polished delivery of the track. Aoki then hired Pretolesi to mix/master his entire album ‘Wonderland’ – a project that lead to a Grammy nod for Pretolesi and opened the door to work for the biggest names in Dance Music. Recent clients include Diplo, along with side projects Major Lazer and Jack U; Borgeous, Lil Jon, Pegboard Nerds, Gareth Emery, and Snoop Lion’s “Reincarnated” album which also went on to receive a Grammy nomination. Pretolesi has also worked with TJR, Cedric Gervais, Borgore, Morgan Page, 2 Chainz, and KSHMR, just to name a few to complete their works. Visit : https://studiodmi.com/luca-pretolesi/ More from Dangerous Music: http://dangerousmusic.com/