We are not cool hip or whatever
Just best of the best
Igor Zorin was born 13.06.1967 in Moscow. He’s started playing piano at 6 years old in music school. Vladimir Ulianov was born 01.12.1966 in Novosibirsk. He’s begun playing violin at 6 years old in music school. At 8 he’s moved to Moscow and got into the same school class with Igor. At the age of 14 he’s started first to play classic guitar and then electro guitar. Since 1983 Igor and Vladimir play in different groups as a keyboard and guitar player and begin first experiments with multi track recording. Because of lack of opportunity to use modern technology at that time we had have to invent some of them from scratch. We had soldered down a couple of multi track recorders, learning to put on tape drums bass guitars. Inventing drumloops by gluing tapes in loops. At the same time we had learned to play various musical instruments. In 1989 we’ve bought our first synthesizer Korg Poly 800. Later same year we’ve managed to get our first drum machine Alesis HR-16. In 1991 in Berlin, Germany we’ve bought Korg M1. In 1993 we’ve compose and recorded soundtrack for a feature film “Dreams” (director Karen Shachnazarov nowadays director of Mosfilm). At the same period of time was bought our first PC 386. Since that time we’ve assembled and installed more then 60 computers for some of the leading Moscow’s studios and musicians. In 1994 we open our first recording studio in collaboration with small recording label called “Marx”. In 1995 we’ open another studio called “Talant Records” in collaboration with “Corvette Sound” (label run by V.Gubin). Everything was closed after 1998’s crisis. In 1999 first in Moscow we’re buying Mackie d8b and open our own studio “Focused Song Studio”.
To be continued
No. It’s too expensive for us to provide work for other musician.
Though we can. Honestly.
ADAT MOTU 2408 1224
Tannoy System 12 DMT2
Hafler pro 2400
Aphex Exciter Expressors Massenburg MDW (plug-in for D8b)
Tube-Tech PE-1C Program Equalizer
Drawmer ADX 100
Lexicon PCM 80 MPXs Vortex
Neumann U87 TLM170
K2500, E-Synch, Waldorf Q, Matrix 6, Korg M-1
Cubase Midex 8 many more
No I would like to