MacBook Pro, Cockos Reaper, iZotope and Waves Plugins, XLN Audio Addictive Drums, PreSonus Studio interface, Toft Audio designs ATB8 console, Warm Audio, Behringer Composer Pro-XL Compressor, Demeter RV-1D Real Spring Reverb, TEAC A-3340 4-Track, Shure SM58 with Dr. Alien Smith Dirtbox, Bumblebee Pro Audio RM-5 (DIY), Sennheiser e609, Wasaphone MKII, Arturia MicroBrute, Korg MS-20 Mini, Moog Minitaur, 1971 Fender Mustang Guitar, Fender ’65 Twin Reverb amplifier, JHS Colour Box Preamp Pedal, Pearl Masters Retrospec drums, Chad Smith Signature snare, Paiste and Sabian cymbals, Genelec 8030C and Adam T5V monitors, Sennheiser HD280 Pro headphones.
“Going Nowhere” is a retro-synth rock song. Shane did it all at his home studio. Dan Porter did the mastering.
Reviewed By Marty Peters
Tackling such an identifiable “Period” genre can be tricky, particularly one that is nearly four decades old. That said, Shane has nailed it. The tight arrangement, strong performances and clear vision make “Going Nowhere” a full-force success!
Well done, sir!
Shane Hoose, email@example.com