Here are some tracks from Greg Drummond‘s debut CD, The Walking Man.
You can hear the Creamer on vocals, string instruments, percussion, bass, drum overheads.
Track “Stand” is all Creamer. Engineered by Claude Laforest at Maximus Sound, PoCo, BC.
Producer/Engineer Junshuo Hou, along with his partner Jiefu Wang, wrote and produced “Trip”, sung by Marc LaFrance. The vocals were recorded with a Neumann U87 through Creamer Plus using a Triode/SS setting, no EQ used. A Distressor was used for a bit of compression. Recorded, produced and mixed at Liquid Tension Music, mastered at Sonic Farm Mastering.
Marc LaFrance – Trip
The same production team released ”Love is more than a word”, written and performed by a young talented guitarist/singer Sean Zhang. Creamer is on vocals, guitars, strings and drum overheads.
Jason specifically asked for a warm mastering treatment without too much compression or coloring.
Sean Zhang – Love is more than a word
Schecter Elite 5 string Bass plugged direct into C+. Apogee converters.
2di4 will sound the same as C+ in SS mode, both Triode and Pentode.
“3″= triode, “5″= pentode tube mode. “SS”= solid state output.
“Fe” and “NiFe” are output transformer choices.
Producer/engineer Ben Huntus recorded the band “The River & The Road” at the Blue Wave studio. The song is called “Straw, Brick & Wood”.
Creamer Plus is on the 4 drum mics, and that is all he used on the kit. M-160′s on OH’s, SM57 on snare, Fet U47 on Kick. Please see the video: