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Chuck Zwicky

Mixing Engineer, Producer

ZMix

“In keeping with my attempt to be period correct, I knew I had to use the Eventide H910 to deepen the sound of that snare drum, employing a technique first popularized on David Bowie’s 1977 album “Low.” Alas, I didn’t have an actual hardware H910 so I turned to the Eventide H910 plugin that was released a few years ago.”

Bio

Chuck Zwicky has been described as equal parts audio expert and scientist. He’s built studios, designed plug-ins and recorded, mixed and mastered hit records. His credits include Prince, The Rembrandts, Reggie Watts, Soul Asylum, Nine Inch Nails, the Jonas Brothers and more. A long time Eventide user, Chuck took over our blog where he talked to us about the living, breathing quality of sound.

Listen to Chuck on Gear Club Podcast:

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Gear

Mixing Engineer, Producer

ZMix

Bio

Chuck Zwicky has been described as equal parts audio expert and scientist. He’s built studios, designed plug-ins and recorded, mixed and mastered hit records. His credits include Prince, The Rembrandts, Reggie Watts, Soul Asylum, Nine Inch Nails, the Jonas Brothers and more. A long time Eventide user, Chuck took over our blog where he talked to us about the living, breathing quality of sound.

Listen to Chuck on Gear Club Podcast:

Links

Gear

“In keeping with my attempt to be period correct, I knew I had to use the Eventide H910 to deepen the sound of that snare drum, employing a technique first popularized on David Bowie’s 1977 album “Low.” Alas, I didn’t have an actual hardware H910 so I turned to the Eventide H910 plugin that was released a few years ago.”