In this video Kanye West is seen at 1:22 with a MPC 2000XL in the studio, whi... more
In this video Kanye West is seen at 1:22 with a MPC 2000XL in the studio, while making "Through the Wire".
At 2:58 in this interview, Kanye West says “whatever tools I need to get that... more
At 2:58 in this interview, Kanye West says “whatever tools I need to get that point across, to get that sound across but, I was blessed to have grown up playing the EPS-16+”.
In this photo, Kanye West is seen using an Akai MPK49. more
In this photo, Kanye West is seen using an Akai MPK49.
A Roland VS-1880 is mentioned in [this article](https://musicianstools.wordpr... more
A Roland VS-1880 is mentioned in this article as one of the main music making tools Kanye uses.
The dynamics processor that has been used for Kanye's vocals throughout the r... more
The dynamics processor that has been used for Kanye's vocals throughout the recording as well as for all his live performances is the Tube-Tech CL-1B.
We are very pleased to have an artist of this importance on our users list - and much more so because Mr. West normally doesn't want to have his name connected to any specific piece of gear. In this case, however, he has agreed, and, in all modesty, we see that as a very important recognition of the Tube-Tech sound.
Kanye West’s sound engineer is Noah Goldstein, who got the gig only 6 years after graduating from Temple University in Philadelphia, working in Electric Lady Studios with artists such as Arcade Fire, Steve Earle, Katy Perry and Danish act Kashmir in the meantime. Noah is responsible for all Kanye's vocal recordings and for a main part of the mixing and organizing Kanye's tracks for his records, as well as for live use.
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The item can be seen in the pic
Kanye West's rider states that "The hotel must provide a Genelecs 1031a speak... more
Kanye West's rider states that "The hotel must provide a Genelecs 1031a speaker in the room"
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