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Vol. 24, No. 4: December-January 2019
inspiration / Motivation
Recording Tips / Methods
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The Power To Release
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Home Studio Registry: Phil Keat
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Recording knowledge level
MIDI knowledge level
Commonly work (with)
More than 100
Highway Recording's primarily for my own use on projects with which I am involved. However, I do take outside projects that interest me. Mostly Alt. Rock, Emo, etc. Sometimes Hawaiian music.
1969 Martin D-35, 1997 Gibson Les Paul Special, 1976 Fender Telecaster Custom, 2005 Fender American Tele HH, Takamine EN10C Acoustic, Guild F4CE Acoustic.
E-mu Proteus MPS, Sequential Circuits Prophet 600
Yamaha TX81Z, E-mu ProCussion
Korg DDD-1 Roland MC-50
Focusrite ISA 428, Korg DRV 3000, Lexicon LXP-1 (2), Lexicon Alex, dbx compressors, de-esser and enhancer, Aphex Tubessence mic-pre and Aural Exciter
Soundelux iFet7, AKG C414B-ULS (2), Sennheiser 421, Shure SM-81 (2), SM-57's and 58's, AKG D3900 (3), Audix D6, Nakamichi CM-300 (3)...
Hard disk recorders
Roland VS-2480CD 24-track digital workstation with 3 VS8F-2 dual stereo effects cards 1 VS8F-3 Plug-in card with Antares Auto-Tune and Soundtoys SoundBlender. DIF-AT (ADAT/T-DIF) Interface. Akai DR8-HD
JBL 4410 and Event Studio Precision 8 Biamplified Direct Field Studio Monitors
See complete equipment list at the website.
Located on Mariner's Ridge in Honolulu, Hawaii.