Radio One - Tracks Mixed by Alan
16th June 2016
Alan Moulder is Britain's premier alternative rock producer/engineer working prolifically in the UK and USA since the 1980's. Alan has been at the helm of some of rock music's most iconic records. His production, engineering and mixing credits include Nine Inch Nails, The Killers, The Smashing Pumpkins, Foo Fighters, Them Crooked Vultures, My Bloody Valentine, The Jesus and Mary Chain, Arctic Monkeys, Led Zeppelin, Death Cab for Cutie, White Lies, Foals and Royal Blood.
16th June 2016
3rd June 2016
So far this year...
Mixed tracks for Frightened Rabbit and Joywave.
Mixed albums for Twin Atlantic, Crobot and Two Door Cinema Club.
17th February 2016
FOALS win BEST ALBUM for 'What Went Down'.
31st December 2015
First trip of the year was to Las Vegas to mix tracks for Brandon Flowers solo album. Next stop, San Francisco to mix a solo album for Ronnie Vannucci.
Back in London, Alan has been busy mixing albums for Foals, Editors, Silversun Pickups, Plague Vendor, The Joy Formidable, Amber Coffman, Bear Hands and tracks for Frightened Rabbit.
12th June 2015
'What Went Down' 4th Album by Foals. Mixed by Alan.
Pre Order from 16th June
Official release date 28th August 2015.
The Assault & Battery complex contains studios like no other. Custom tailored to the highest tracking and mixing needs by Alan and his long time collaborative partner Flood, you get a sense of the passion and expertise these studios were built on the moment you step inside.
With an atmosphere that makes you feel instantly at home, Assault & Battery 1 is bursting with individuality and an unrivalled dedication to technical precision and accuracy. The studio contains an exceptional spec compiled by Alan and Flood throughout their careers, including a pristine 72 Channel SSL G+ SL4000 once owned by Trent Reznor, a huge range of outboard including many rare and popular compressors, mic pres, reverbs and effects processors, and a Protools HD 192 rig loaded with an unbelievable number of plug-ins. There is also access to a lavish choice of guitars and amps, complemented by Alan's epic collection of pedals.
The studio is also complemented by a large overdub booth, great for recording guitars and vocals. However it is also popularly used as a 'B Studio' for editing, and even a chill-out lounge. Alan swears by Assault & Battery 1 and mixes the majority of his projects in this studio.
Assault & Battery 2 is tracking heaven. Upon stepping into the live room, preconceptions of studios having to be dark and dingy enviroments are blown away by a vast high-ceiling and day-lit area that will cater for both large bands and even small orchestras. To the side lie two large isolation booths; the first being a bright room ideal for getting exciting drum sounds whilst the other houses a great vintage keyboard collection, featuring a Roland system 700 modular systems along with a wealth of other rare analogue delights. The latest addition to the studio comes in the form of a Grotrian Steinweg Concert Grand Piano.
The control room is centred around a trusty Neve VR60, Protools HD3 Accel running on an Intel 8-core mac, Quested monitors and disco ball. Enhancing the spec further is Alan and Flood's outstanding selection of microphones, mic amps and outboard, plus an arsenal of backline comprising a beautiful collection of guitars, amps and pedals. The studio's unstoppable formula of spacious recording spaces and awesome equipment selections has been masterminded by two of the world's most respected and influential producers.
Alan is managed by Karen Ciccone. Please contact Karen using the form below. Thank you.