While the performance is pinnacle, having the ability to accurately and truthfully capture music is why artists trust audio engineers. Racks of preamps cannot create art but are critical to the reproduction of the art that is produced in the studio. I strive to provide quality equipment in a comfortable atmosphere.
Brad Thibodeaux is a seasoned composer, performer, and producer. After touring with CT metal act Ark of the Covenant (Facedown Records) he opened up Auburn Recording Studios. The Narragansett location opened in 2014 and has been pumping out music since. In addition to the studio, Brad also performs bass locally in several jazz, latin, and reggae combos.
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Interview with Auburn Recording Studios
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: I run ProTools 12 and Logic X as DAWs. I have a variety of preamps from Art, Focusrite, JoeMeek, Presonus, and Universal Audio. In addition to vintage amps I run most reamped guitars and basses through the Axe FX Ultra or Softube amp simulators. I like to mix and master in the box with plugins from Avid, Izotope, SoundToys, Universal Audio, and Waves.
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: Brian Hood is a major influence in my work ethic. Mixing engineers like Matthews Weiss and Graham Cochrane are also influential.
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: Typically I am with an artist from day 1. We sit down and discuss the goal and vision of the project, then track and edit each part. After everything is put down and edited I mix and master the songs.