WILL KNOX is a singer-songwriter from London. At 18 he moved to the US where he studied at Berklee College of Music, and spent several years in New York City.
Daniel1001 •Friday, August 18, 2023
CloverdaleStudios •Monday, December 30, 2019
I found this eye-opening. The examples of "vocal focus" were evident. I'm not sure if those settings would remain the same after drums, bass, etc. were added. It would wonderful to see George and Fab do a mix with more instruments! So much to learn!
guillaume92 •Tuesday, February 19, 2019
Wow… I say it again, this site is a pot of gold; thx guys!
Zavala •Thursday, January 17, 2019
This is pretty much a Sanken Mic commercial. Do it, but teach science, yes, if OVER again, instead of teaching " I love this mic"..
Juan J. Bermúdez •Thursday, October 18, 2018
Hi Fab, I loved the video and I was very surprised. What happens is that I see that in the video George uses the EQ to reach that sound that he has in his head and that sounds very good, as if he was already mixed. Then I find another video where Al Schmitt does not use eq when recording and looking for another microphone or another position. Honestly what is your opinion about it? Thanks Juan
cjperez •Tuesday, November 29, 2016
Just wow... it's an inspiration to watch these guys work... Great Information.
richieconwaymusic •Tuesday, November 29, 2016
Wow. That is the acoustic sound I've been looking for. So warm, full, 3D and clear. My mouth is watering.
darrendrums •Wednesday, March 23, 2016
Fantastic insight into the process, thank you for sharing. Are there any plans to do more videos with Mr Massenburg?
RemyAnnDavid •Wednesday, November 25, 2015
It's always great to see this kind of instructional video with George Massenburg and Fab DuPont. They are the best! And I love the sound of that vintage Neve console! Where can I get one of those? I used to have one, just like that but then... I needed the money so, I sold it. This looks a little like it. Wish I had four limiters built into my console like that? I've heard those are real nice sounding.
So why isn't George Massenburg using GML equipment? Why is he using that old Neve? Doesn't his equipment sound better? Couldn't he find a better studio control room than this?
lematrix •Monday, September 7, 2015
Fabulous Fab •Thursday, July 23, 2015
@PSW: pureMix on the treadmill. Amazing. I wish I had that kind of willpower. We'll make sure we pick enough songs @120bpm to support your routine.
PSW •Tuesday, July 14, 2015
Awesome stuff, Fab.
I watch the vids early in the morning while I'm on the treadmill at the gym, sometimes.
Very often, your sense of humor has me, literally, laughing out loud.
People look at me kinda funny, but I just tell 'em, "yo, back off; I'm watchin' Fab Dupont!!!...".
They scurry away mumbling desperate apologies!
Love this site. Money well spent!
bdunn315 •Wednesday, April 1, 2015
watching the patience and meticulous nature in which he created space for the vocal be starting at the guitar EQ first is a great lesson. I love watching these old school guys.
Pomper •Monday, March 9, 2015
Hi! I was wondering if there is a way to get rid of some of that guitar string scratching noise ,other than eq-ing it out later? Thanks.
P.S. Great song Will!Looking forward to new album
Chewiesound •Thursday, January 8, 2015
Génial Fab de voir George a l'oeuvre. Je suis l'un de c plus grand fan, Un génie dans la constance de son travail , rien n'est laisser au hasard avec lui. On sais que l'on est dans la cour des grands lorsque que l'on peu compter George Massenburg dans ses amis :) Bravo Fab et merci de nous avoir fait partager et longue vie à Flux Studio.