MIX - September 2015 - Warner Bros. Sound

MIX - September 2015 - Warner Bros. Sound



This month, MIX presents our special Sound for Film issue. Our cover feature tells the story behind the expansion of Warner Bros. Sound to three exceptional studios across the globe: Burbank, New York City, and London. We learn about the technical details and who is behind the massive sound for each facility.

Next, producer/engineer Mark Linett discusses his role as technical consultant on the forthcoming Brian Wilson biopic, Love & Mercy. While producer/engineer Craig Parker Adams discusses recording the Alvin Brothers' album Lost Time


The Live section features a tour profile on Willie Nelson and Alison Krauss. And this month's Classic Track tells the story behind Glen Campbell's huge hit, "Rhinestone Cowboy." Also, check out our guides to software tools for sound design and portable recorders.


The September issue's Regional section focuses on the Pacific Northwest, and features news about Robert Lang Studios' new infamous SSL, the opening of The Hallowed Halls, and Bear Creek's new Tree House Studio.


Additionally, we have session news from London Bridge Studio, Orbit Audio, Cloud City Sound, Supernatural Sound, Electrokitty, Dead Aunt Thelma's Studio, and Black Diamond Recording Studio.


Plus reviews:

iZotope Ozone 6.1 Advanced

Apogee Ensemble Thunderbolt

UAD-2 Plug-ins: Neve 88R, Softube Marshall Amp