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Roots Console Sound:
Ray LaMontagne’s "Part of the Light," recorded on his Tree Audio Roots Gen II 16 Channel recording console.
Shawn James's song, "When I'm Gone." Recorded with a Roots Gen I 8 channel at Jimmy Messer's studio in LA
Emile Haynie produced with Florence and the Machine, "Hunger," using his Tree Audio Roots 16 channel recording console.
Nebula Rosa's album Bengala was recorded on the Roots Gen I 16 channel console at Neutral Sound in New Orleans
Malachi Henry and the Lights album Upon the Shoals, recorded on two Tree Audio Roots Jrs at Cinematic Art & Sound in Oceanside, California
Cissy Street's funky groove on the Tree Audio Roots Gen I console at Mikrokosm Recording Studios in Lyon, France.
Producer Chris Schlarb's “Music for Bus Stops” by Psychic Temple, recorded entirely on a Tree Audio Roots Gen I 8 channel console, live at All Welcome Records in Inglewood, CA. No overdubs. No edits. 11 piece ensemble.
Gurls "Run Boy, Run" (the entire album) was mixed on the Roots Gen II 8 channel console at Propeller Music Division in Norway; produced by Kåre Chr. Vestrheim. Kåre told us it was recorded live in two days.
Recorded with a Tree Audio Roots Gen I 8 channel, Archive Nova Rec Session filmed at Mikrokosm Recording Studio in Lyon, France.
Black Coffee," by Gina Osorno & The Dreamers, recorded on a Tree Audio Roots Gen I 16 channel console at Emotion Studio in México.
Branch Channel Strip Sound:
Congratulations to Producer Ryan Hewitt for #1 Country Album, Little Big Town's Nightfall. Tree Audio is honored to be involved. Ryan used his Tree Audio Branch channel strip. Listen.
Ryan Hewitt produced The Lumineers "Ophelia" using his Tree Audio Branch channel strip. Ryan said the Branch was used on every song and "the sound is plainly audible in the mix. Barely used any processing in the mix."
Ryan also used his Tree Audio Branch on Harry Connick Jr's "True Love: A Celebration of Cole Porter "
Coastal Clouds debut album, produced by Billy Mohler with his Tree Audio Branch channel strips. Billy told us, "I used my Tree Audio Branches on lead vocals, bass, all guitars and drum overheads, L/R."
Sophia Pfister's album, "Birdcage," mastered at Studio City Sound . Tom Weir used his Tree Audio Branch channel strip.
Ché Buford, playing violin recorded with a Tree Audio Branch channel strip at Praxis Studios in Brooklyn.
Rustic Overtones, recorded at Ryan Ordway's A Day in This Life Studios, using his Tree Audio Branch II channel strip
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