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John W. Andrews's Studio Details

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Web site: jwamusic.tripod.com

Main purpose: Commercial work
Secondary purpose: Composition

Recording knowledge level: High
MIDI knowledge level: High

Typically work (with): Other musicians
Completed songs/demos/jingles: More than 100

Future plans: Currently working with Michael Houlihan on a new Gary Selness solo release.

Guitars: Gibson Les Paul Studio & SG Standard, Fender Stratocaster & Telecaster, Martin XC1T, Lindert electric, Fender Jazz bass, Ibanez BB455 5-string bass, Ovation acoustic/electric, Takamine 12 string, Yamaha classical, Epiphone 6 string acoustic
Keyboards: Yamaha KX88, Roland Juno 106 & D-5, Casio Privia PX-320, Fender Rhodes 54, Farfisa organ, Crumar Performer, ElectroComp Synthesizer, Rudolf spinet piano.
Sound modules: E-mu Proteus/1, Proteus/2, Proteus 2000 & Pro/cussion, Korg 03R/W, Roland P-330, Yamaha TG55, Peavey Spectrum Bass, Alesis DM Pro, Nanopiano, Nanosynth, Nanobass, Ensoniq Midibug.
Percussion: Gretsch Catalina Birch 7 piece acoustic drum kit, Roland Octapad II & snare pad, e-pedal, Alesis DM Pro, E-mu Pro/cussion, Korg DDD-1, various percussion instruments including cowbells, tambourines, egg shakers, maracas, chimes, etc.

Effects: Korg A1, Alesis XT, XT:c, Wedge (3), Roland Space Echo RE-101, Fostex 3180 reverb, more.
Microphones: AKG C-414-XLS(2), D112, 12D & D1000E, Mojave MA-200 tube, Audio-Technica 4033 & 4047sv, BLUE Blueberry, Sennheiser MD441 & MD421(4), Shure SM81(2), 330 Ribbon, SM7, SM57(4), SM58(2), SH55, Electrovoice PL20, RE16, Oktava MK-012-01 (2),Crown PZM(2), more
Mixer: Mackie 32-8 & 24-E (56 mic inputs), Sonar VS-700S mixer/controller, Behringer Eurorack UB802
Tape decks: Tascam 85-16B (1" 16 track), 38 (1/2" 8 track), 22-2 (1/4" 2 track), DA-30 (DAT) Teac A2340 (1/4" 4 track), Teac, Sony & Denon cassette decks, RCA, JVC and Sanyo VHS decks.
Monitoring system: JBL 4425`s, Alesis Monitor 1`s, Auratone cubes, QSC 1400 and Kenwood amps. Behringer PowerPlay headphone amp. AKG, Sony, Sennheiser, etc headphones.

Computers: Five computers networked. Various CD & DVD burners, multiple hard drives (more than 10 TB), MOTU 24i/o 24x24, 2408mk3 8x8 & MIDI Express 128, Canopus ADVC-300 and ATI video capture. Toshiba 42" monitor, 5 Acer 20".
Music software: Cakewalk Sonar 8.5, Native Instruments Komplete Classics, Syntrillium Cool Edit Pro, Antares Auto-Tune 4, Izotope Ozone 3 Mastering, Sound Quest Midi Quest, Sound Forge, Cakewalk Pyro 2003 & 5, Sony Movie Studio, more.
Other equipment: Universal Audio Solo 610 & 110 (2), Focusrite ISA 428, Sytek MPX-4A, Grace Design m101 (2), DBX 160XT, 166, 163X (2), 263X, 463X, Symetrix 525, 522 & 425, Kawai Q-80 sequencer, Digital Music MX-8, JL Cooper PPS-2, Aphex Aural Exciter 204, Line 6 Floor POD, BBE 822 Sonic Maximizer, Ibanez GE3101 equalizer (2), Countryman Direct Box, Akai 2-track selector, 6 patchbays, 20 channel snake. JL Cooper PPS-2. Also Ampeg, Marshall, Vox and Sunn guitar amps.

Comments: Want to converse? I enjoy talking shop, e-mail me. Credits include NBC's Saturday Night Live, 1996 Olympics Committee, City Of Seattle, DSM Producers, Southern California Edison, TCI's Northwest Week. ASCAP member.

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