Monthly Archives: January 2012

  • Producer's Corner with Jeremy Harding


    Perhaps best known as Sean Paul’s manager, Jeremy Harding initially made a name for himself as a producer, behind such hits as Beenie Man’s “Sim Simma (Who Am I),” Mad Cobra’s “Pet & Pamper,” along with Sean Paul’s “Infiltrate” and “Baby Girl” to name a few. Harding’s production credit and phone number were printed on Paul’s early 45s, which led to interested booking agents getting in touch with Harding to set up the artist’s first live shows. Continue reading

  • Producer's Corner With Devin Powers

    ASCAP Award-winning producer Devin Powers burst onto the music scene in the early nineties. His band, Cats:Choir, toured up and down the West coast and sold-out shows night after night. The band climaxed when their hit album, House:of:Dog, skyrocketed to the top of the European music charts. From there, Devin parlayed his success to tour and record with such legends as John Entwistle of The Who and Lee Rocker of the Stray Cats. Continue reading
  • Vintage King Discovers The Acme Opticom XLA-3 Limiter


    In this video series, Al Sutton of Acme Audio talks about the Acme Opticom XLA-3 with Mike Nehra of Vintage King Audio. This optical audio limiter brings together the best of three compression curves into one single piece of gear. Built to military specifications, the Opticom will bring dynamic sounds to your tracking process, ranging from dirty to clean and back. Continue reading

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