Yoad Nevo - Music Producer Video Feature
George Shilling visited Yoad Nevo with the camera crew in to find out about his carrer in programming, record production and his work with Waves creating new 'plug-in's' at Nevo Sound Studios.
We are delighted to feature Yoad in this exclusive video that runs 35 minutes, you will need a good broadband connection to view in HD full screen.
Special thanks to George Shilling for asking all of the questions!
Nevo Sound owner Yoad Nevo is an in-demand Producer, Mixer and Mastering Engineer with 25 years of impressive credits and credentials to his name, including work on albums from Pet Shop Boys to Duran Duran, Girls Aloud, Sugababes, Bryan Adams and many more.
For the past fifteen years Yoad has also been working for pro-audio leaders Waves Audio as a Senior Consultant and Plugin Designer, where he developed several registered patents in the field of digital signal processing, including Real Time Convolution and Stereo to Surround Algorithms, and has written the popular book 'Hit Record' (distributed by Hal Leonard worldwide).
The studio has state-of-the-art ‘musical’ acoustic treatment, a custom made 60/92 Neve 5116 Console, customized and installed by Malcolm Atkin of Air Studios; ATC monitoring; a fully loaded digital editing suite; a collection of new and vintage microphones; analogue and digital synths, from the quirky to the classic; walls of acoustic and electric guitars; basses; exotic stringed instruments; a variety of amps; a Yamaha Maple Custom drum kit and plenty of percussion instruments and sound-making toys. It has been called a ‘musician’s playground’, and was designed to provide a comfortable and inspiring environment for musicians and sound engineers alike. The studio is also fully surround capable and post-friendly with a large 72” screen.
Studio owner/Producer Yoad Nevo: "I really believe musicians and engineers want to work in a large room full of instruments full of analogue and digital gear, where everything is hooked up all the time. This is how inspired records happen."