Manley''s CORE Enables Remote Collaboration
Sep 25, 2014 3:55 PM
HOLLYWOOD, CALIF.� Manley Labels recently enlisted several musicians to demonstrate how its CORE channel strip enables musicians to collaborate remotely.
Drummer Kenny Aronoff (John Mellencamp, Elton John, Bob Seeger) to demonstrate the new Manley CORE at his Uncommon Studios in North Hollywood, Calif. The drums are part of a new track, �I've Been Waiting All My Life,� composed by bassist/producer James Lomenzo. Guitarist Devon Pangle (Asking Alexandra, John Fogerty) tracked his Les Paul through another CORE at Wood Works Studio in Burbank, with Lomenzo recording his bass through the CORE at his own Monster House Productions Reck Room in Hollywood. Singer Chas West (Bonham, Tribe of Gypsies, Foreigner) cut a vocal track at Lomenzo's other Monster House Productions studio in Studio City, also via the Manley CORE.
The CORE combines the Class A Preamp circuitry found in the Manley VoxBox, dual mono and mono microphone preamplifiers. It also integrates Manley''s compression, limiting and equalization circuitries into a integrated package that delivers the company''s sonic signature. The CORE also includes an intuitive, feature-rich front panel.