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Old 07-01-2015, 11:12 AM
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Default Failure - "The Heart is a Monster"

The new record is out from the highly acclaimed indie rock band "Failure". Its leader is Ken Andrews who just did a recent webinar with us in November about mixing with HDX and the S3 control surface.

He produced and mixed the record entirely in the box with Pro Tools HDX and IMHO sounds massive. Check it out...

He also mixed Paramore's hit record last year. Here's an article he did around that time explaining some of his techniques and favorite plug-ins:

Here's a link to the S3 webinar he did:

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