2015 marks the tenth anniversary of Rupert Neve Designs, and we’re celebrating with a big giveaway.
The Shanghai Symphony Orchestra has a stunningly beautiful new home, complete with four Rupert Neve Designs 5088 consoles.
Jamie Wellwarth, FOH engineer for Jane’s Addiction, tells us how he uses the RNDI Active Transformer Direct Interface in his on-stage setup.
Matt Johnson is a fairly quiet guy, but exudes tremendous energy. He’s humble beyond belief, yet over the years has been the studio and touring drummer for artists like Jeff Buckley (yes, he played on ‘Grace’), St. Vincent, Rufus Wainwright, Elysian Fields, Duncan Sheik, and Angus & Julia Stone.
Built by Bill Putnam over 40 years ago, Coast is a legendary part of the SF music scene. With the original live room untouched, the control room was outfitted with a Rupert Neve Designs 5088 console in 2012, and the studio resumed operation – and vastly expanded its business.
Rupert Neve Designs is extremely honored to have earned two TEC Award nominations this year, bringing RND’s total number of nominations to twelve since the company’s inception in 2005.
Two studios, one on each coast of the USA. Each has a 5088 in their main room, but each needed a second setup to accommodate their growing workload. What to do for their second room?
At the 2014 AES conference in Los Angeles, Rupert Neve Designs is proud to present a Limited Edition 5088 mixing console, built in the style of the company’s 2014 TEC Award-nominated Shelford Series.
Reinhold Bogner and Mr. Rupert Neve have teamed up to produce superb audio-effects pedals that serve up rich, buttery tones, ultra-dynamic response and a stunning three-dimensional sound quality inspired by the classic mixing consoles of the 1960’s.
The esteemed Musicians Institute in Hollywood, California has a brand new tool for its incoming students: a 16-channel 5088 console. Jonathan Newkirk, MI’s Program Chair for Audio Engineering, recently sat down with us for an interview in Los Angeles.
During the 2014 Summer NAMM show in Nashville, we had a bit of a party at a very unique studio. Co-hosted with Moog and sE Electronics, the location was WELCOME TO 1979 – a studio that instantly transports you back to a bygone era of record production with no computer screen over the console, tape machines aplenty, and lots of wooden walls.
Jamie Wellwarth, FOH engineer (Fitz & The Tantrums, The Continental Club in Austin) and Sales Manager for Nomad Sound in Austin, TX, was recently on tour with Jimmie Vaughan. We sat down with him for a few minutes at the famous B.B. King Blues Club in Times Square, NYC, for a brief chat about his Master Buss Processor.
At 69 years old, Rod Stewart is still selling out arenas worldwide. We recently had a chance to check out a live show of his at the iconic Madison Square Garden in New York City, and caught up with his FOH engineer Lars Brogaard, who has worked with Rod for 29 years.
On Saturday, April 19th at Third Man Records in Nashville, Jack White attempted to record the “World’s Fastest Studio-to-Store Record” in honor of International Record Store Day.