Had an amazing time working on this song with our friend and great producer, Chris Kuffner. Secret Someones and Jukebox the Ghost picked a brilliant cover and brought their own take on it! Here’s a behind the scenes look at what we do at Grand Street, enjoy!
Grand Street Recording is proud to announce that this year is starting off great! Ken Rich and Jake Lummus have received Grammy-nominations for their work on Brady Rymer’s kids album, Just Say Hi. As Brady put it, we’re over the moon :)
Teddy, Brooke, Rob, James, Linda, Richard, Muna, Jack, Kami, Zak and Paulina made a record. We are really happy to have been a part of it. Engineering by Ken Rich, assisted by Jake Lummus.
We feel honored to have tracked a number of tunes on Angus & Julia Stone’s latest release, produced by none other than Rick Rubin. Features a phenomenal band with Matt Johnson on drums and percussion, Rob Calder bass, and Jon Solo on keys.
Ingrid Michaelson just released her latest album, Lights Out, and it’s awesome. Drums with the incredible Elliot Jacobson, vocals with the amazing women Ingrid Michaelson, Bess Rogers, Allie Moss, Wendy Parr, Hannah Winkler and Lelia Broussard. All tracked here in our live room…We’re super happy to have been a part of this project – such great people and talented musicians!
These guys have been making waves with their silent album Sleepify, an ingenious way of funding their next tour via Spotify plays with blank tracks you play overnight. Check out this video of the music they’ll be playing for lucky streamers.
Check out more of Vulpeck here
Here’s Diane Birch covering a Nine Inch Nails tune at Grand Street, put together with the help of Tomek Miernowski and video director Rudolf Bekker.
The fruit of everyone’s labor. Take a listen and enjoy!
Check out some of the latest additions to our ever-expanding microphone collection;
This microphone, originally introduced under the Western Electric badge in the late ’30s, has a clever way of producing multiple pickup patterns – 3 in this case.
1 – Ribbon element (figure 8)
2 – Dynamic element (omnidirectional)
3 – Combine 1 & 2 to get Cardioid
If you haven’t seen one of these before and are asking, “is that a speaker?” The answer is: yup, sure is. An original Yamaha NS-10 woofer wired to an XLR cable, and suspended in a custom shock mount system. The aptly titled nickname “subkick” comes from what you hear and what it’s used on.
AKG “Echolette” D12
Keeping with the low end vibe, this is a vintage AKG “Echolette” D12. The only difference between this microphone and a regular AKG D12E is that the Echolette line was sold in eastern Europe – that’s it. The same capsule, transformer and dimensions. These microphones are renown for their charismatic low end response on all things bass. Rock!
|We just recently finished up revamping our ‘Outboard Plugin’ collections. This is our “lo-fi” mic collection. Microphones from Astatic, Turner, Electro-voice, Shure and Western Electric. Plug ‘em into anything and be ready for a good time!|
Summer’s coming to a close and some projects we’ve been lucky to have here have wrapped up some videos. The two below feature some great musicians having lots of fun, including members of Vulfpeck Theo Katzman, Jack Stratton, Joey Dosik, Joe Dart and 1/2 the musical duo known as Talkfine – Clark Baxtresser.