Engineer/producer Greg Collins and Kiss are using Endless Analog‚Äôs CLASP System to record the band‚Äôs next album.
Commenting on the use of CLASP during the sessions, band leader/producer Paul Stanley stated, ‚ÄúCLASP allows us to go ‚Äòback to analog‚Äô for all the warmth and classic sonic characteristics but with all the convenience and advantages of Pro Tools. It's a no brainer and you just can't lose with CLASP. I'm a believer."
Collins also recalls how nice it was to keep things moving. ‚ÄúThere was zero downtime needed for transferring the tracks into Pro Tools. The band is so tight and well-rehearsed, and it‚Äôs so great to just start a session and knock out a song in two or three takes. A few punch-ins and the track is pretty much there. It‚Äôs so efficient; it just keeps the creativity and performance going. And the band loves the sound. Honestly, every time the guys walked in the control room for playback, everybody was so impressed ‚Äì they said, ‚ÄòIt sounds even better than last time, and we loved what it sounded like last time.‚Äô‚Äù
If you'd like to see CLASP in action, call or email KMR to arrange your demonstration.