Burlington, MA (December 11, 2017)—Grammy Award-winners Maroon 5 and their engineer Noah Passovoy made use of Avid Pro Tools and its cloud collaboration technology to create their latest studio album, Red Pill Blues.
The schedules and commitments of the band and other creative contributors made recording Red Pill Blues together in the same room at the same time virtually impossible. While the studio was based in Los Angeles, band members and their collaborators were in different locations around the world.
With that in mind, producer, sound engineer and seasoned Pro Tools user Passovoy used Avid Cloud Collaboration for Pro Tools to record with band members no matter where they were, allowing them to record, edit and share tracks in real time.
“The speed with which you’re able to send things around with Pro Tools makes a more organic way to create songs,” said Passovoy. “Multiple producers, writers and artists can’t always be in the same city at the same time. Avid’s cloud collaboration technology has allowed this to happen. Without it, we couldn’t have done it.”