28 Jul 2022

Mixing With Joe Chiccarelli

GRAMMY-nominated Engineer Marc DeSisto on using the new T-RackS Vocal Strip

We caught up with GRAMMY-nominated Engineer Marc DeSisto (U2, Stevie Nicks, Don Henley) who's been using the new T-RackS Joe Chiccarelli Vocal Strip.

Here's what he has to say on the parallel processing powerhouse:

The fidelity it brought out on my lead vocal track was outstanding. Gain and musical compression forever. I love the concept of the compression, echo and drive.

Very flexible and so many ways to use the plug-in. The heavy parallel is $$$$$!

One thing for sure is my mixes will sound better.

GRAMMY-nominated Engineer Marc DeSisto

About Marc DeSisto

After working extensively as an engineer in his hometown of Boston, Marc DeSisto moved to Los Angeles in 1985 where he worked as a staff engineer at Sound Castle Studio before taking on a staff position at the famed A&M Studio in Hollywood.

He has worked with and learned from a number of great producers and engineers including Jimmy Iovine, Shelly Yakus, Danny Kortchmar and Mike Shipley.

During this time, he assisted on records for artists such as Pink Floyd ("Momentary Lapse of Reason") and Tom Petty ("Let Me Up") and engineered on seminal records such as U2's "Rattle and Hum" and Don Henley's "The End Of The Innocence."

Marc was nominated for a GRAMMY Award for "Best Rock Album" for his work with Melissa Etheridge on the album "Breakdown."

You can learn more about Marc DeSisto's work HERE.

Learn more about Joe Chiccarelli Vocal Strip HERE.


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Joe Chiccarelli Vocal Strip



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