Mix Like Chuck Ainlay

Toontrack introduces the Chuck Ainlay EZmix Pack      25/05/11

Mix Like Chuck Ainlay


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Willie Nelson, Dixie Chicks, Dire Straits and Travis Tritt - to name but a few - all trust the same mix engineer to embellish their songs with that million dollar shimmer. As we here at Toontrack add EZmix to that list of clients, we are humbled and proud to welcome to the EZmix line one of todays most in demand engineers, Grammy® award-winning and a true music industry great: Chuck Ainlay.
Chuck Ainlay EZmix Pack comes with a large variety of presets and will be applicable on any audio reference as well as work for any genre of music. Or as Chuck puts it: "I decided to craft something that everybody needs, like a great vocal reverb with delay, a way of making a bass drum really punch through a track or a mix bus preset to get optimum gain on your mix".
Chucks impressing and almost three decade long career has allowed him to work with some of the worlds biggest recording artists, spanning over the whole gamut of genres and styles, from country to pop via rock and bluegrass as well as engineer in excess of 200 albums, many of them Grammy® award-winning and/or certified multi-platinum, platinum or gold. On top of that, he was voted 96 and 97 "Engineer of the Year" by the Nashville Music Association, nominated for the prestigious TEC award from Mix Magazine two years running as well as being named "Engineer with the most Top Ten Hits" by Nashville's own Music Row Magazine. Needless to say, Chucks track record speaks for itself.
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