Black Box HG-2 – Why Dave Pensado uses it on Every Mix! Download it: https://goo.gl/SWt5zh A faithful emulation of the original hardware from Black Box, the plugin version can take your stems and mixes to a new level with its exacting reproduction of the sound and sonic behavior found in the sweet tubes and creamy transformers contained within. Dave Pensado’s Artist Page: https://www.plugin-alliance.com/en/artist/dave-pensado.html — Customize your plugin bundle: http://bit.ly/2CkgVbv Sign up to receive special discounts: http://bit.ly/2QWOwfr Follow us on Facebook: http://bit.ly/2CQUhZn Follow us on Instagram: http://bit.ly/2Pzvmfs
Dave is joined by Dave Malekpour of Augspurger to discuss 6 things you need to know about studio monitors. Subscribe to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_c… Please ‘Like’ and ‘Follow’: http://twitter.com/pensadosplace http://facebook.com/pensadosplace http://instagram.com/pensadosplace
Dave covers Eventide’s SP2016 plugin; the reinvention of one of Dave’s favorites. Tune in as he highlights various features to get the most out of this awesome plugin. Check out Eventide’s SP2016 Plugin here: http://bit.ly/2q871SJ Subscribe to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_c… Please ‘Like’ and ‘Follow’: http://twitter.com/pensadosplace http://facebook.com/pensadosplace http://instagram.com/pensadosplace
This week we sit down with David Bowie Producer / Engineer / Mixer Mario McNulty for the 387th episode of Pensado’s Place! Bio: Producer/engineer/mixer/collaborator Mario J. McNulty began his career in NYC 16 years ago working for Philip Glass at his studio, Looking Glass. Within a year, Mario became a freelance engineer/mixer working for David Bowie and Tony Visconti. In 2008, Mario won his first Grammy Award recording Angelique Kidjo’s star-studded release, Djin Djin. Little did he know when he left Phoenix to come to NewYork that it would take a little less than 7 years to reach such lofty [More]
Our own Dave Malekpour visits legendary mix engineer and educator Dave Pensado to discuss the Augspurger monitor system at his Fab Factory Studios in Los Angeles, CA. Other artists and producers using Augspurger monitors include Snoop Dogg, Dr. Dre, Future, Rafa Sardina, Rick Simpson, and more. For more about Augspurger monitor systems, visit https://www.proaudiodesign.com/collections/augspurger.
We took a new approach for this week’s episode, as Herb interviews Dave on his new book, Recording Vocals with Dave Pensado. And later, Dave takes on Dave in an exclusive Batter’s Box that is not to be missed. You’re at The Place! Get your copy of Dave’s book, “Recording Vocals With Dave Pensado”: https://amzn.to/2xY54fp Pensado Fall Free For All – 9/21 to 10/26 3 Weekly Winners Announced Every Week for FOUR Weeks! Enter Now: http://bit.ly/PensadoFall CONGRATULATIONS to our Week 1 Winners: Bos Bosley (Queensland) Joel Duran (Sweden) Megan Larsen (Los Angeles) ITL: Mixing with Total Studio 2 Max Special [More]
The Fall Free 4 All Sweepstakes has officially arrived! Enter here: http://bit.ly/PensadoFall Brought to you by Warm Audio and Groove 3 Inc. with prizing provided by Sonarworks, iZotope, Eventide, Leapwing Audio, TASCAM, and IK Multimedia, as well as Warm Audio, Groove3 and yours truly ;). The #FallFree4All begins TODAY thru October 26th, 2018. EVERY person who enters will receive a 30-Day All Access Pass to exceptional instructional videos by your favorite audio pros provided by Groove3! THREE weekly winners will be announced every week for FOUR weeks. The Grand Prize winner will be announced at the end of the contest. [More]
Dave is joined by Daniel Rowland from LANDR as he demonstrates how to use LANDR in an unconventional, yet very helpful way. LANDR can be used for film cues, mix referencing, to improve demos, and more. Tune in as Dave demonstrates how he uses it to mix drums! Try this technique and access LANDR here: http://join.landr.com/en-pt/pensado/ Get your copy of The Pensado Papers: http://bit.ly/ThePensadoPapers Subscribe to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=pensadosplace Please ‘Like’ and ‘Follow’: http://instagram.com/pensadosplace http://twitter.com/pensadosplace http://facebook.com/pensadosplace
Ready to improve the sound of your mixes fast? Click the link below to download your free eBook, “35 Mixing Mistakes You Don’t Know You’re Making…” https://behindthespeakers.com/35-mixing-mistakes — Images used in video: Michael Jackson – https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Michael_jackson_1992.jpg Christina Aguilera – https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Christina_Aguilera_in_2016.jpg Beyoncé – https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Beyonce.jpg Elton John – https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Elton_John_in_Norway_4.jpg
This week I was at Dave Pensado’s studio where he was mixing a song I produced. In this video I answer a question that Dave asked me during the session – How did I get my stereo mix track so LOUD? (See music copyright notice below) Share this video: https://youtu.be/-vUp57Z64DE Subscribe to my channel for pro music industry advice and music production tips: https://www.youtube.com/user/spasmotik?sub_confirmation=1 PRODUCTION WORK INQUIRIES: http://treyvittetoe.com/index.html All music in this video written by Trey Vittetoe/Thiele/Schock/Beem/Smith (Extremely Corrosive Music/Admin by Irving Music, Inc. BMI) © 2017 Do not use without written permission Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/trey.vittetoe Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/subatomik6/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Trey_Vittetoe