Alessandro Camnasio interview
March 27, 2018

DRONAR Metal and Glass – Behind the Sounds

Regular readers of our blog will already be familiar with Alessandro Camnasio and his incredible sound design work on Gothic Instruments‘ DRONAR and SCULPTOR series of tools. His sound design has also been used in countless Hollywood movie trailers including Transformers, Captain America, THOR and many others. This week, Gothic Instruments released the eighthinstalment in their DRONAR series, so we thought we’d catch up with the man who’s played a huge part…

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December 10, 2015

We talk to Metal Guitar Gods 3’s Keith Merrow and Ola Englund

  Following the release of the mosh worthy, Metal Guitar Gods 3 EZmix Pack, we took a break from head-banging to ask the hugely talented metal media managing, tech savvy Keith Merrow and masterclass running, guitar shredding Ola Englund all about their involvement, and what to expect. We also chat about Keith’s most recent EP release, and Ola’s work with Swedish metal band ‘The Haunted’. Read on to find out more!

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Time+Space Vocal Guide
October 24, 2013

The Time+Space Guide to Vocal Samples, Instruments and Effects Plugins

Whatever type of music you produce, the chances are you have, or will, incorporate vocals at some stage. From haunting operatic vocals that dramatically heighten a movie scene to the stirring hypnotic African tribal chants of a ceremonial spectacle. From that catchy vocal hook that firmly embeds itself in the minds and ears of listeners to mesmerising vocals without words in the style of Bjork or Sigur Ros. It can…

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December 6, 2012

Producer/Engineer Andy Sneap on using Ozone 5 and recording with Toontrack

Until recently, I only really knew Andy Sneap as the crazed-looking bloke on the cover of the Toontrack Metal Machine EZX. Then, during a visit to Sweden for Toontrack’s Metal Month launch a few weeks ago, I was fortunate enough to meet the man himself. We got talking during an epic game of bowling with the Toontrack team (Andy came last by the way (sorry Andy, couldn’t resist)) – and…

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