Flashing light Kacimi's new album comes out on October 30, entirely analog recording by Christian Hierro back to mono facebook. I'm proud of this second collaboration with Alexis Kacimi, the great sidi of pop club records website. For this recording I basically used the Emmons, no-frills, bio, live in the tube amp with just a little diamond delay and compressor input.
Protools HD up to 24/192.
Antelope discrete 8 DAW interface.
Oram Trident préamp compressor.
Akg 414, Schoeps mic.
Custom K amp with PF 350 (350w) 12" & PF400 (400w) 15" - AKG 414 axis 15" - SM57 out axis 12" phase inversée - Diamond Memory lane.Jr delay Analog Anasound "The brute" spring reverb.
Final tracks can be provided in the following formats:
- 8,16,24,32 bits.
- 44,100 Hz, 48,000 Hz, 96,000 Hz, 192,000 Hz.
- 2.1 to 7.1 & sub
Note: The worldwide CD and digital standard is 44,100 Hz. This means that for every second, there are 44,100 samples played. The higher the sample rate (the number of "snapshots" of sound taken per second), the more precise the analysis and encoding of music into digital data will be. The sample rate affects the range of audio frequency from the lowest to the highest tonal value that can be stored.