Road To Vinyl

  • Finishing The Master And Cutting A Record On The Road To Vinyl

    The final installment of Universal Audio's Road To Vinyl finds us heading to The Bakery in Los Angeles, California. The famed mastering facility, which is located at Sony Picture Studios, is owned and operated by renowned engineer Eric Boulanger who has worked with Green Day, Colbie Caillat, Hozier and many more.

    While we were at The Bakery, Boulanger mastered the track, "Hold Your Hand To The Fire" by The War on Peace, exclusively using plug-ins from Universal Audio. Afterward, he takes the final track and heads to The Bakery's in-house lathe to cut straight to vinyl. Continue reading

  • Vintage King And Universal Audio On The Road To Vinyl

    In our new three-part series, Road To Vinyl, Vintage King and Universal Audio are teaming up for a unique look at the process of making a record. You'll watch as the best engineers and producers in the game work exclusively with Universal Audio Apollo interfaces and UAD-2 plug-ins to record, mix and master The War on Peace's "Hold Your Hand To The Fire."

    Part One on the Road To Vinyl finds us at the Chicago Recording Company, home to sessions for albums by Chance The Rapper, Lady Gaga, Smashing Pumpkins and many more. World-class engineer Marc Daniel Nelson (Jason Mraz/Colbie Caillat) walks you through his entire recording process, including the UAD-2 plug-ins that he uses on each instrument.  Continue reading

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