Monthly Archives: February 2012

  • Producer's Corner with Lee Negin


    A prolific composer and videographer, Lee Negin started recording and releasing his work in the late 1970s, and was involved in the international Indie/Techno/New Wave movement of the 1980s. His music received international airplay, including by the highly influential Jon Peel at BBC Radio, and he collaborated with the founders of the Detroit Techno scene. Continue reading

  • Producer's Corner with Michael Beinhorn


    Michael Beinhorn started his professional career as a musician, playing keyboards in Bill Laswell's Material during the 1980s. He got a chance to work with Herbie Hancock, producing Hancock's Future Shock album, which contained the massive hit single "Rockit," long regarded one of hip hop's seminal hits. In 2004, Beinhorn received a Grammy Nomination for "Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical" for his work on Fuel's 2003 album, Natural Selection. Continue reading

  • Vintage King Details The Neve 1073LB

    The Neve 1073 is one of the most famous mic pres in the world and the 1073LB picks up right where it left off. Manufactured to the exact specifications of the classic model, the 1073LB brings together the magic of old with the convenience of new technology. Continue reading

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