Avid gets Inside Abbey Road

Inside Abbey Road takes viewers through Grammy-nominated producer Greg Wells' creative decisions as he records and mixes emerging UK band Strangefruit’s new song, using an Avid Pro Tools HDX system.
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Episode six of Avid’s Inside Abbey Road series is now available to watch online.
Inside Abbey Road is a web-based documentary series set inside the legendary London recording studio. In the series, Grammy-nominated producer Greg Wells (Adele/Rufus Wainwright/Pharrell Williams/Katy Perry) records and mixes emerging UK band Strangefruit’s new song, using an Avid Pro Tools HDX system. In episode 6, Wells begins mixing the song Tell Me. Viewers can get a peek at his actual Pro Tools session as he shapes the vocal tracks, discover what he listens for, get tips for dealing with vocal issues, find out why he loves Clip Gain and VCAs, and see how he brings out the best nuances of the performance. Throughout the entire documentary, viewers will get a rare inside look at the creative decisions made in pre-production and hear recording tips and advice from Wells about improving every aspect of a project, from tracking to the final mix. http://apps.avid.com/insideabbeyroad/



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