Date: December 21st, 2009
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Grammy-nominated tracking and mixing engineer Dylan “3-D” Dresdow uses Source-Live while working with the Black Eyed Peas, and their latest album ‘The E.N.D.’ has received a Grammy nomination for the Album Of The Year.
Grammy nominated tracking and mixing engineer Dylan “3-D” Dresdow uses Source-Live while working with the Black Eyed Peas, and their latest album ‘The E.N.D.’ has received a Grammy nomination for the Album Of The Year.
Dylan was recently featured in an article in Sound on Sound and talks here about using Source-Live:
“Will.i.am is travelling quite a lot – one day he’s with Oprah Winfrey, the next with Bill Clinton – so instead of sending him MP3 mixes I can use Source Element’s Source-Live. It’s a plug-in that broadcasts audio over the Internet. Let’s say Will was sitting in a green room before doing an interview with Oprah, and there’s a change he wants me to do. I send him a link, and he clicks on it, puts in his password, and he can listen to the mix, hopefully on a decent set of speakers or headphones. It’s a fantastic plug-in that now I use very often, especially when I’m doing unattended mix sessions. With artists that are often on the road, it’s impossible for them to always be in the room with you. Source-Live sounds very good, and to me, this type of technology is the future. It’s a Godsend for international collaboration”.
Dylan’s other Grammy nominated projects include The Black Eyed Peas ‘I Gotta Feeling’, for Record of the Year and Best Pop Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocals, ‘Boom Boom Pow’, for Best Dance Recording and Best Short Form Music Video, and Flo Rida’s R.O.O.T.S for Best Rap Album.
Read the full article here at Sound on Sound.