Los Angeles, CA (December 4, 2019) — Producer and mixer Alvin Wee, who cut his teeth working with composers and record producers in Los Angeles on film projects such as Kung Fu Panda, Kingsman and Eddie the Eagle, has been using a Nugen Audio Producer bundle and Halo Upmix when mixing and mastering.
“The Producer software has been incredibly useful for me,” said Wee. “I love the Stereoizer; it’s my go to plug-in that I use on all my mixes and checks. It allows me to control all the low-end and make sure that a recording doesn’t get too wobbly or crazy. I can even make the high-end feel wider and more exciting. It works really well and is very intuitive. The Visualizer tool included in the bundle is also excellent as its meters are tremendous in helping me see what I’m doing.”
Additionally, Nugen’s Halo Upmix allows Wee to fine-tune his surround mixes: “When it comes to mixing for film, Halo Upmix is the single most helpful tool I have in my arsenal. Composers and directors may not always have the ability, time or resources to capture in surround when they write or shoot, but Halo Upmix helps me add the breadth and width that’s expected of a big cinematic production. It allows me to match recorded and sample tracks to make sure they fit in the same physical space.”
According to Wee, “Nugen provides tools that do precisely what they say they’re going to do; and they are easy to use. In my business, there is a lot of hurry up and wait because balancing schedules is very challenging. Sometimes a record label will need something a lot sooner than originally planned and my Nugen plug-ins are incredibly helpful in making sure I can get projects done on a moment’s notice if necessary.”
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