Mark Howard & David Travers-Smith win Producer of the Year at the Canadian Folk Music Awards for Bright Morning Stars (The Wailin’ Jennys) using the GP2 BL99 Preamp.
Mark Howard is a Canadian record producer, engineer, and mixer. He has worked with many artists including Bob Dylan, Tom Waits, Lucinda Williams, Willie Nelson, Marianne Faithful, Emmylou Harris, U2, Peter Gabriel, The Neville Brothers, and The Tragically Hip.
Neil Young has made his share of experimental albums, but his latest might be the most extreme, thanks to Daniel Lanois’ revolutionary approach to live dub mixing.
“Dan and I each have our rigs, and when I make records I bring my own rig. Like him, I have an IZ Radar 24 and my preamps are the GP2 BL990s, which were designed by Dan’s brother Bob. He made them 20 years ago, and there’s finally a company manufacturing them. These two pieces of gear are my main rig, and then I have a Tascam DM3200 digital desk when I travel abroad, which is an amazing piece of kit.”
Hamilton Conservation Authority and September Seventh Entertainment Limited are pleased to announce the final details for the 2011 Greenbelt Harvest Picnic which takes place Saturday August 27th at Christie Lake Conservation Area in Dundas, Ontario.
Please visit the picnic where many of the musicians will be using GP2 products including the very best in audio cables.