News and Events

  • An Evening With Brendan O'Brien Presented by ADAM Audio And Vintage King Los Angeles

    ADAM Audio and Vintage King are teaming together for a special evening with producer, engineer and mixer Brendan O'Brien on Wednesday, June 6, 2018 at 6:30 PM. Brendan launched his career working with the Black Crowes on their Shake Your Money Maker album and has gone on to work with artists like Bruce Springsteen, AC/DC, Bob Dylan and Neil Young.

    During the event, Brendan will be deconstructing a mix from a recent session and showing off how he achieved the final results in Pro Tools. Throughout his presentation, he will talk about his workflow in the studio, the choices he made in the mix and his overall vision for the project. Continue reading

  • Best Magazines for Recording and Mixing Tips

    Things move fast in the world of audio production. If you stop to catch your breath you may get left behind. One of the best ways to keep up with the ever-changing landscape of the audio industry is by subscribing to trade magazines, which are written specifically for audio engineers like you.

    A few weeks back, we covered books on recording and mixing, but today we'll be looking at some of the most popular audio trade magazines in circulation. Don’t worry, they have digital versions too. Now, go read something and learn before your next session!

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  • First Listen: Neumann U67 Reissue

    When it comes to top quality microphones, every engineer in the business knows and loves Neumann mics, especially the U67. That's why it was particularly exciting when the brand announced at Winter NAMM 2018 that they would be releasing a historically accurate U67 reissue, the first of its kind since the original was discontinued.

    What sets the U67 apart from any other microphone in the Neumann family is it’s ability to capture an insane amount of low end. The proximity effect of the U67 is more prominent than any other model Neumann offers and is a favorite to many engineers for capturing an intimate vocal performance. Continue reading

  • Shani Gandhi Talks Recording Organic Sounding Guitar Tracks

    Shani Gandhi is an Australian music producer/engineer based in Nashville, Tennessee. Although she started as an assistant for legendary engineer Gary Paczosa, they’ve been working side by side for the past several years, splitting recording and mixing duties equally.

    Best known in the Americana and folk genres, Shani has worked on sessions with artists like Alison Krauss, Parker Millsap and Pony Bradshaw. In 2017, she received a Grammy Award for Best Folk Album for her role as an engineer on Sarah Jarosz’s Undercurrent. The same year, she and Gary were both nominated for the Grammy Award for Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical. Continue reading

  • Sony C-100 Launch Party At Vintage King Los Angeles

    Join Sony at Vintage King Los Angeles for the launch party of the brand new C-100 Hi-Res Condenser Microphone on May 12th from 6:30 to 8:30 PM. The C-100 is a two-way condenser microphone that features extended frequency response from 20 Hz up to 50 kHz and is perfect for recording vocals, instruments and much more.

    Sony’s Professional Audio Product Manager Andy Munitz will be on hand discussing what makes the C-100 an important new release and detailing the ideal uses for the microphone in the studio. In addition, the Vintage King Los Angeles team will be demoing this new condenser microphone on vocals and acoustic guitar. Continue reading

  • Marc Urselli Talks Mixing And ADAM Audio At Vintage King Nashville

    ADAM Audio and Vintage King Nashville are teaming together to present a special evening with producer, engineer and mixer Marc Urselli. A long-time studio veteran, Marc has worked with some of the biggest artists in the world including U2, Foo Fighters, Lou Reed and Nick Cave.

    During the event, Marc will be deconstructing a mix from a recent session and showing off how he achieved the final results in Pro Tools. He will be discussing his workflow, the vision he had for the track and the decisions he made for the mix. Continue reading

  • Vintage King Returns To NAB In Las Vegas

    NAB, the ultimate event for media and content creation, will take place at the Las Vegas Convention Center April 10-12 and Vintage King will be there. Join us for an incredible opportunity to see the latest offerings for broadcast, post-production and digital media professionals.

    For the 2018 NAB Show, we've beefed up our booth and are featuring more gear than ever before. We will be exhibiting at Booth #N7125 in the North Hall and showcasing new products from our some our fantastic partners. Continue reading

  • The Road To Vinyl Rolls Onto Mixing In Part Two

    If you're just joining us, the Road To Vinyl is a three-part series in partnership with Universal Audio where we are following the recording, mixing and mastering process of the War on Peace's "Hold Your Hand To The Fire." In the first installment, world-class producer and engineer Marc Daniel Nelson (Jason Mraz/Colbie Caillat) tracked the band exclusively using Universal Audio hardware and plug-ins.

    The second video in the Road To Vinyl series is now live and finds Mark working on the mix in the hallowed halls of the Chicago Recording Company. Throughout the mixing session, Mark will once again only be using Universal Audio plug-ins. Follow along to see the mixing process in action and see what plug-ins Mark uses on synths, drums, guitars and vocals.  Continue reading

  • The Evolution of the Eventide Harmonizer

    In the early 1980s, New Wave music was all the rage. It blended the explosive, edgy sound of punk rock with the computerized sounds of electronic drum machines and synthesizers. Artists used digital effects to achieve futuristic, otherworldly sounds — many of which were created with the Eventide H910 Harmonizer.

    Eventide has continued to build on the Harmonizer in the years since and with the H9000 now available for pre-order, we wanted to take a more in-depth look at what this piece of gear has done for the music world. Continue on to learn more about the history of the Eventide Harmonizer and the hot new features included on the H9000. Continue reading

  • Finding The Beat With The Moog DFAM Drum Synthesizer

    The DFAM is a killer new semi-modular synthesizer from the masters at Moog. As the first addition to the Mother-32 family, this semi-modular 8-step synthesizer is capable of getting incredible sounds, even without any patch cables.

    Whether you're well versed in the world of synthesizers or not, getting perfect percussion sounds from the DFAM is beyond easy. The DFAM features three unique envelopes and a 24 point modular patchbay that allows you to expand upon your sound and connect with the Mother-32.  Continue reading

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