The Screen aka #egocrutch
The Sound of API #realtones#realmusic#realaudio .
Thank you Micheal Block and Dave Johnson for all the years working on that All Audio Spaceship ya had at Tounge and Groove Studios 444 N 3rd st..Philadelphia
I learned so much about music working with Api Mic pre tones..
Repost from @thisisapiaudio
Butler University recently installed an API 1608 console for its Recording Industry Studies program. "The API 1608 easily met all of our criteria at an affordable price point," says Mark Harris, Technical Services Coordinator at Butler's College of Communications. "From what we have seen and heard in the brief time that our students have been using the API 1608, having a high quality console makes it easier for them to concentrate on making better recordings and getting better mixes. It’s no wonder that all of the professionals that we consulted with recommended API for our control room."
@danmalschmusic @undercarriage @dylanava
#repost of an awesome piece by @preston_hanna. He wrote up this detailed working description of #Calypso . These tips also apply to Meta-Terrania btw. The opacity just strikes back much more in Calypso. Thanks Preston! "Always begin working calypso in a reducing flame, after a core heat has been achieved, a more aggressive neutral flame can be used. Heating too aggressively with too much oxygen present will cause a film to develop on the surface at the edge of the puddle. For some seals one will need to use an aggressive flame.
To avoid buildup, while using an aggressive flame, switch back to a reducing flame and flash the area near the edge of the puddle keeping it hot but still cool enough to maintain structure. If any film does develop, a coating of soot followed by a slow heating until completely molten can totally reverse any surface issues.
If calypso is heated hot enough it will become completely translucent, a flame strike can bring the opacity back if desired." --- 🌋moltenaura.com🌋