Three Dog Night drummer and Berklee Trained Audio Engineer
Studio designed by Lou Clark Sonic-space.com.
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Interview with RDS Recorders
Q: What's the biggest misconception about what you do?
A: It's easy!
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: Originality while staying within the stylistic boundaries of a clients song
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: RDS was designed by Lou Clark at sonic-space.com. The studio has a live tracking room, ISO booth and Control room. At the center of the studio is the SSL AWS Delta Console. Lynx Aurora converters clocked to Big Ben external clock. Control room monitors are Soffit mounted Adam S5VAMK2's, JBL LSR 4300's and Yamaha NS-10's for near field monitoring. The headphone monitoring is handled by the HEAR headphone system. The following selection of vintage and non vintage microphone are available in the mic closet. Neumann U-47 Neumann U-87 Neumann KM 184's Royer 121 Ribbon Peluso TR14 Ribbon AGK D112 AKG 414’s AKG C430’s Sennheiser MD 421’s Shure KSM 32’s Shure Ksm109’s Shure SM 57’s Shure Beta 52 Shure SM-81’s
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: CLA, Mark Endert, Ross Hogarth on the mixing side. Gavin Lurssen, Jonathan Wyner on the mastering side. Drummers Chris Coleman, Vinnie Colaiuta, etc
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: Master Quality Drum Track. Record production from pre production to final product. I do a lot of mixing