Sound explorer dedicate
Thanks to his current studies and personal interest, his knowledge regarding audio production and engineering is advanced. He is developing great recording and mixing skills by using different production methods, achieved with everyday practice and by listening to music mixed by professionals. Working on projects based on recordings made within or outside the studio, aiming to capture the sound of the surrounding environment and use it as element of the composition. This is helping him to learn the acoustics of different situations and how to use them as tool to achieve the best result possible while recreating space during mixing.
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Axel Drioli has been awesome from beginning to end, well recorded tracks at first and amazing job on the final mixes! Looking forward to collaborate with him again on the next
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Keep up the good work & will see you soon
Interview with Axel Drioli
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: If I have to produce everything: - Pre production, arrangement and possible mic placement - Recording session comprehensive detailed planning - Editing, Vocal Comp, planning mixing session - Creative and clear Mixing - Mastering
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: I don't have music boundaries and no limitations, I really like groovy and psychedelic sounds
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: I am an interpreter for the artist, my goal is to make his idea coming to life using both technical and creative skills
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: As SAE’s student I have access 24h/7 to high-end audio equipment not easy to find in conventional and home studios. The studios that I have access to right now are: Studio 3 – Recording Studio The core is the SSL AWS900 24-channels console, Logic Pro X and Pro Tools as operative DAWs and the following outboard units: 2 x Neve 8801 Channel Strip Neve 2254 Limiter and Compressor SPL GOLDMIKE MK2 tube mic pre-amp Lexicon MPX500 Reverb Unit TC Electronic M300 FXs Unit SMPro OC8R Compressor Alesis MIDIVerb 4 Studio 4 – Recording Studio The core is the Neve Custom 75 32-channels console, Logic Pro X and Pro Tools as operative DAWs and the following outboard units: Lexicon MPX550 Focusrite Octopre dbX 166XL Studio 9 – Mixing Studio The core is the SSL Duality 24-channels console, Logic Pro X and Pro Tools as operative DAWs and the following outboard units: Neve 8801 Channel Strip Neve 2254 Limiter and Compressor Cartec Audio EQ-Pre-2A Lexicon MPX500 Yamaha REV500 Alesis MIDIVerb 4 dbX 166XS Studio 5 - Post Production 5.1 studio Studio equipped with a Digidesign Icon D-Control, digital DAW-controlled console. Here the workflow speeds up!