CL1B always on Kanye
On Kanye West's new release "Yeesus", the classic TUBE-TECH dynamics processor CL 1B plays an important role, as it was used on all vocal tracks throughout the album. In fact, Kanye West doesn't perform without his CL 1B in the vocal chain, be it live or in the studio.
The album was recorded in Paris where Jesper Bo Nielsen from Tube-Tech caught up with Kanye's sound engineer Noah Goldstein at the Audio Days.
Noah got the job only 6 years after graduating from Temple University in Philadelphia, and working in Electric Lady Studios with artists such as Arcade Fire, Steve Earle, Katy Perry and Danish act Kashmir. As well as mixing several tracks on Yeesus, Noah is responsible for Kayne's vocal recordings and for organizing all tracks for the new album, as well as for live use