Tree Audio Sound Samples

1) Check out this rocking tune recorded with a Tree Audio Roots console at Retro 56 Studio - https://www.facebook.com/TreeAudio/videos/1191867620834972/

2) Layman Drug Company in Nashville, recording Patrick Droney through their Tree Audio 16 channel original Roots console and ribbon mics, captured on an iPhone. Sounds Great!
https://www.instagram.com/p/BWalKgmD_xL/?tagged=treeaudio

3) Kim Lenz sounds amazing! All vocals for her upcoming album were recorded on her original Tree Audio 8-channel Roots recording console. https://www.instagram.com/p/BUSdCTkj_hN/

4) Tree Audio Slideshow accompanied by Psychic Temple's music, recorded entirely on a Tree Audio Roots console: "Music for Bus Stops" from the album "Psychic Temple Plays Music For Airports." Recorded live at All Welcome Records in Inglewood, CA. No overdubs. No edits. 11 piece ensemble. https://youtu.be/Zw2baPTnV5g

5) Take a listen to this great sounding music recorded on one of the Tree Audio Roots recording consoles. https://ddhorns.bandcamp.com/releases
Danny T. Levin - trumpet
David Moyer - tenor saxophone
JP Maramba - bass
Blake Straus - guitar
Michael Villiers - drums


6) Mixed on the first Tree Audio Roots 16 channel console by Engineer/Producer Greg Wurth: Tracii Gun's and the League of Gentlemen "Everything Everything" https://youtu.be/nZbF4qaVMVU

7) Check out this sexy song recorded on one of our Tree Audio Roots consoles. Thanks, Sergio Aguilar, for sharing this beautiful song called "Black Coffee," by Gina Osorno & The Dreamers. A funky jazz version of Burke and Websters Black Coffee Vocals: Gina Osorno
Guitar: Alberto Palomo
Double Bass : Hugo Aguilar
Drums: Mizael Manrique
Recorded : Emotion Studio México, DF.
https://soundcloud.com/…/black-coffee-cover-by-gina-osorno-…



 

Branch sample: The Lumineers' "Ophelia" -
Tree Audio's Branch single channel strip used on every song on The Lumineers new album. Ryan Hewitt, Engineer/Mixer/Producer, who worked on the album said "the sound is plainly audible in the mix. Barely used any processing in the mix!"

 

Branch sample: Simpkin Project's "Born Out of Freedom"