Brit nominated, multi-platinum selling producer Sunny has recently upgraded his Studio to mix Jesy Nelson and Little Mix’ number 1 best-selling album ‘Confetti’.
Sunny is based at West London’s famous Ealing Studios and has been upgrading his studio equipment, choosing the Adam S3XV monitor speakers for main monitoring duties and the Neumann U87 microphone and Avalon 737 channel strip for vocal recordings.
ADAM Audio monitors have earned a worldwide reputation as the preeminent tool for sound engineers based on technological innovations and on-going research and development.
The Avalon VT-737SP features a combination of tube preamplifiers, opto-compressor, sweep equalizer, output level and VU metering in a 2U space.
Sunny has been a long-term user of Universal Audio products and was naturally drawn to the Apollo X16 to provide the number of inputs and outputs that was required and to provide DSP for excellent range of Universal Audio plugins.
To compliment his existing equipment and the new additions to the Studio; Sunny also acquired the SSL Fusion giving a range of analogue colouration tools and the SSL UF8 Fader Controller, providing hands on tactile control of the DAW and plugins.
The Bettermaker Darthlimiter was chosen for the mix buss as it offers a 100% analogue signal path, plugin recall and automation within projects, frequency dependent saturation, MS processing, enhanced metering section and a large LED touchscreen minimising clutter on your main studio screen.
The Dangerous Music BAX EQ was chosen as it the leverages the famous Baxandall EQ curves, features; stepped controls for accuracy and repeatability, a broad Q-shelving for a natural and crucially – an open transparent sound.
The ‘Confetti’ album by Jesy Nelson and Little Mix features a number of long term Kazbar Clients, including; Tre Jean-Marie, Kamille, Paul Norris and Maegan Cottone.
Home Recording Studio Equipment upgrade
In addition, Kazbar Systems supplied Sunny with his home recording studio facility – a recent addition to his set-up was a pair of Genelec 8020A active monitor speakers.