Exponential Audio’s Artist Spotlight is turning into a Who’s Who of the professional audio industry and the latest addition is Andy Bradfield, who knows a thing or two about what a great reverb should sound like, having spent many years working at the iconic Townhouse Studios. It was in the live room at Townhouse where the now famous non-linear, or as some like to say, the ‘Phil Collins’ drum sound was born. For all his work in some of the top studios and with an impressive canon of work on over 270 projects that stretches back nearly thirty years, it would be forgivable if Andy wanted to boast, but that’s not Bradfield’s style, he is down to earth and chatty, a safe pair of hands - perhaps that’s why he is trusted to mix the albums of many top producers.
Andy goes onto talk to the team at Exponential Audio about how he started when he was given a mono tape recorder for Christmas, then helping at a local studio before being offered a job at the then new Olympic Studios.
Read the rest of this story at the growing Artist Spotlight section of the Exponential Audio site and find out what he thinks of reverb, how to use it effectively and much more.