In our ongoing series looking at the A-Z of Waves, we come to K for Kramer, the legendary producer/engineer Eddie Kramer.
For over five decades he has painted the rock landscape with his aural and visual brush working with some of music history’s biggest names: The Rolling Stones, David Bowie, Bad Company and The Beatles, just to name a few. Still, Kramer is best known for three long-term associations; Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin and Kiss. He not only produced and engineered music for these legendary artists that continue to influence rock musicians and producers of our times, but he also has set standards for rock production today.
Here are 4 free tutorials on Waves Kramer plug-ins....
Using The Waves Eddie Kramer Bass Channel Plugin on A DI Bass
In this free video tutorial, Paul Drew demonstrates how to use the fantastic Eddie Kramer Bass Channel Plug-in on a DI bass to let it cut through the mix.
How To Use The Waves Eddie Kramer Vocal Plug-in
In this free video tutorial, Paul Drew demonstrates the fantastic Waves Eddie Kramer Vocal Plug-in on a lead vocal.
Use Waves Kramer Master Tape On A Parallel Mix Buss
In this free video tutorial Russ tries using the Waves Kramer Master Tape plug-in on a parallel mix buss on drums and bass. Often this technique is used with compressors, but Russ decides to see what happens when using it with tape compression and saturation. Find out how to set it up and listen to the results.
Video - Using The Waves Kramer HLS Channel To Add Weight To Drums
In this free video tutorial, Paul Drew uses the Waves Kramer HLS channel to add weight to a drum part. Developed in association with legendary producer/engineer Eddie Kramer, the HLS Channel was meticulously modelled on a Helios mixing console just like the one he used in historic sessions at London’s acclaimed Olympic Studios.