Jon Regen trusts Apogee for every stage of production for new „Stop Time“ album

Teaming up with producer Mitchell Froom (Paul McCartney, Elvis Costello), Jon Regen set out to create a soulful story through his beautiful, jazz-inspired piano melodies and sophisticated catchy lyrics in his recently released album, „Stop Time“. After having released two self-produced albums, Regen’s collaboration with Froom allowed him to elevate his songwriting to a whole new level. Apogee’s Symphony I/O was utilized at every step in the making of the album – from the first demo to the final mix.

Congratulations to the 57th Annual Grammy Nominees

We would like to congratulate the many Grammy nominees this year, many of whom we are proud to have as part of the Apogee family.  A special mention to a few of our Apogee users who have been nominated for the 57th Annual Grammy Awards:

Manny Marroquin (mixer)

  • Sia “Chandelier” – Record of the Year
  • Apogee AD/DA-16X User

Meghan Trainor (artist/songwriter)

  • “All About That Bass” – Record of the Year, Song of the Year
  • Apogee Duet User

David Greenbaum (engineer)

  • Beck “Morning Phase” – Album of the Year, Best Rock Album, Best Engineered Album (Non-Classical)
  • Apogee Ensemble and ONE User

Bob Ludwig (mastering engineer)

  • Beck “Morning Phase” – Album of the Year, Best Rock Album, Best Engineered Album (Non-Classical)
  • Apogee Symphony I/O User

David Greenbaum (engineer)

  • Beck “Blue Moon” – Best Rock Performance, Best Rock Song
  • Apogee Ensemble and ONE User

Bob Ludwig (mastering engineer)

Beyonce (artist/songwriter)

  • “Beyoncé” – Album of the Year, Best Urban Contemporary Album, Best Surround Sound Album
  • Apogee MiC User

Ryan Tedder (Producer/engineer)

  • Beyoncé “Beyoncé” – Album of the Year
  • Apogee Duet User

Ann Mincieli (engineer)

  • Beyoncé “Beyoncé” – Album of the Year
  • Apogee Symphony I/O, Quartet and Duet User

Mark „Spike“ Stent (mixer)

Leslie Brathwaite (mixer)

Ann Mincieli (engineer)

  • Pharrell Williams “Girl” – Album of the Year
  • Apogee Symphony I/O, Quartet and Duet User

Bob Ludwig (mastering engineer)

deadmou5 (artist)

  • „While (1<2)“ – Best Dance/Electronic Album
  • Apogee Ensemble User

Fredrik Källgren Wallin (artist)

  • Little Dragon „Nabuma Rubberband“ – Best Dance/Electronic Album
  • Apogee Quartet User

Ryan Adams (artist/songwriter)

  • “Gimme Something Good” – Best Rock Performance, Best Rock Song, Best Rock Album
  • Apogee Symphony I/O User

Charlie Benante  (artist)

Corey Taylor  (artist)

  • Slipknot “The Negative One” – Best Metal Performance
  • Apogee GiO User

Beyonce (artist/songwriter)

  • Beyoncé Featuring Jay Z “Drunk in Love” – Best R&B Performance, Best R&B Song
  • Apogee MiC User

Chick Corea (artist)

  • “Fingerprints” – Best Improvised Jazz Solo
  • Apogee Symphony I/O User

Chick Corea (artist)

  • “Trilogy” – Best Jazz Instrumental Album
  • Apogee Symphony I/O User

Bob Ludwig (mastering engineer)

John Hill