‘Producer Jack Douglas, engineer Warren Huart on Aerosmith’s next album’
When Aerosmith release a new album this year – their first since 2004’s Honkin’ On Bobo, and their first collection of fresh material since 2001’s Just Push Play – longtime fans are hoping that it will mark a return to the mean, raunchy, riff-oriented, blues-rock sound the group mined on the ’70s classics Get Your Wings, Toys In The Attic and Rocks.
‘Aerosmith And Producer Jack Douglas Use Endless Analog’s CLASP On Sessions For Upcoming Album’
NASHVILLE, TN, October 6, 2011 – Excitement among fans is electric at the news that Aerosmith is hard at work on their 14th studio album, set to be released in May 2012. It is a testament to the band’s legacy as one of the greatest bands in the world that each new Aerosmith album release is still such a huge event. Fans have been clamoring for a new set of material since 2001’s Just Push Play and 2004’s bluesy covers album Honkin’ on Bobo, and the sessions for the new record are rendering something very special – something that producer Jack Douglas is calling “raw” and “nasty.” Aerosmith’s decision to again collaborate with Douglas, who helmed sessions for the band’s classic 1970s LP’s Get Your Wings, Toys in the Attic and Rocks, indicates that the band is trying to capture an old-school, classic vibe on the new set. Helping Douglas, engineer Warren Huart and the band achieve the right sound is Endless Analog ‘s CLASP™ (Closed Loop Analog Signal Processor) system, which uniquely integrates analog tape into the digital audio workstation environment.
‘Aerosmith clasp ‘raw and angry’ return to studio…’
Set for release in May 2012, Aerosmith’s latest studio album is being billed as ‘a testament to one of the greatest bands in the world’. Fans that have been kept hungry for new material since 2001’s Just Push Play and 2004’s bluesy covers album Honkin’ on Bobo, are set to be rewarded with a 14th album that producer Jack Douglas is describing as ‘raw’ and ‘nasty’. Aerosmith’s decision to renew their collaboration with Douglas, who helmed sessions for Get Your Wings, Toys in the Attic and Rocksin suggests a return to an old-school sound. Helping Douglas, engineer Warren Huart and the band achieve the right sound is Endless Analog’s Clasp.
‘Warren Huart, the Fray, And API Go Number One…’
Jessup, Maryland – March 2009: Both engineer/producer Warren Huart and the popular group The Fray were no strangers to the great API sound when they purchased one of the first API 1608 small-frame analog consoles back in 2008 to record their second album entitled The Fray. This record has done nearly the impossible for most follow-ups: it went gold in five weeks and debuted number one on the Billboard record charts.
‘Interview: Warren Huart On the Evolving Roles of Music Producers and Engineers…’
Warren Huart’s passion for music developed at a very early age, when his father introduced him to jazz and classical music. Upon discovering rock and roll, he naturally gravitated to orchestral sounds and complex compositions; the works of ELO and Queen were influential for him as a listener, then a musician, and eventually in his work as a producer and engineer.
‘Producer Warren Huart: “Great production is being able to be focused”…’
I fell in love with music far too young,” says Warren Huart. “Most kids start identifying with bands in their early teens. I became opinionated about music when I was 6 years old.” The childhood passion served him well.
‘Brendan James – Brendan James…’
Aiding in delivering Brendan James’ maturation as both writer and performer is producer Warren Huart (The Fray, Howie Day), a skilled collaborator who obviously has a special gift in assembling uptempo mainstream pop tracks for mass consumption without sacrificing the earnest and serious-minded artistic center of each.
‘Interview with Michael Dean…’
Warren Huart rocks. He’s an excellent recording producer and musician working in Los Angeles. He’s another friend who made me like living here more when I first moved to town. A good friend, goes the extra mile for anyone around him.