You can rent the studio either with or without a sound engineer (after introduction). With an engineer you save precious time with setting up, routing, mixing. its also possible to rent single machines on a daily basis. You will find photos and videos of the gear over here: equipment. feel free to ask for a complete eqipment list. If you are interested in mixing and premastering your projects check out mixing & premastering. for tailored rates CONTACT me!
THIS WILL TAKE A WHILE… RENT GEAR HERE: I had the chance to grab an all-time fav from an Emu collector 30 minutes away from home. The EMU EMULATOR TWO with an PLUS expansion (double tap 0 and ascess second bank). Beside the fact, that he got rid of one of his EII´s i was able to check out the sound of ALL of the EMULATORS (incl. Filters) at his home studio. I was very impressed by the sound of the Emulator I but i liked the versatility of the EII better….read more
Those great sounding 70’s preamps from the former GDR broadcasting with discrete design and transformers were found on a local fleamarket. Now they needed recycled wooden housings (dia boxes) powersupplies und XLR inputs/outputs. Not the most versatile preamp (no low cut,48V) but perfect for dynamic mics. Really pleased with the coloured tone and the huge amplification of 70dB!!
Hier ist das Interview aus dem Synthesizer-Magazin SYNmag vom März/April 2013. Words: Elmar von Cramon Fotos: David Pinzer, Jacob Korn (Studiobilder) Related articles UV Funk 011: Best Of 2012 (uncannyvalley.de)
„Dresden has quite a lot going thru it in terms of electronic music. In particular its the label Uncanny Valley that really sticks out from the pack. One of their most notable producers is the multi-media-artist Jacob Korn…“ Thx to the slices team for the nice interview. More Slices features: www.electronicbeats.net/tv/slices