2015 was a turning point for Uptown, because we finally saw what new technologies in music are capable of. Just a couple of years before that, reamping of instruments was considered a special place in sound recording, but suddenly even such a mixture of analog and digital effects gave way to emulation and effects. Today, you no longer need to spend a fortune on creating a recording studio – everything is available as part of home recording.
The use of all modern technologies in sound recording is the basis of the production of our tracks.
Gathering a full concert hall today is much easier than before – the main thing is to have cool music that can hook the listener.
High-quality recording of the performance is the most important thing. Because many more people will see it than have come to the concert.
In 2019, under the Uptown brand, the album Grunge Gods was released, in which classic rock hits of the 90s were rerecorded. For recording, we used all the latest technologies to make the songs sound much better, and, according to the audience, we managed to achieve this.
This was another notable milestone in the history of the project – this time we were not inspired by the classics, we improved it.
Uptown Music Projects always adheres to the principle that absolutely everything is possible. In the modern high-tech world, new opportunities for self-realization appear every year. Whether it’s a new plug-in for emulating guitar amps, or new programs for mixing, we are always in the trend of the music technology market to constantly improve our creative capabilities.
This is the goal of the project – to use new technologies to maximize the horizons of creativity.
We will not only help make your track the way you always wanted, but also teach you better recording and production techniques.
In today’s world, quality content is the main indicator of an artist’s work. Whether it’s a video, a website or a good track – it all works for the musician and brings recognition among his audience.
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