Focusing on mixing and production with David Wrench
Thursday, 28 March 2019
The Welsh music producer and mixer’s portfolio includes a diverse range of artists from Frank Ocean to Weval.
Following up on recent news about Dr. Werner Vogels at ADE TECH and the introduction of focus streams, we're back with the first program update for this year's ADE Sound Lab. No matter how much talent you may have, and how original your songs are, you still need to find yourself a producer, preferably a very good one, and someone who can master a track brilliantly in order to have a chance of scoring a hit. Which is why this year's ADE Sound Lab is going to focus on the fine arts of production, mastering and sound engineering.
Last year Luca Pretolesi demonstrated how he mastered David Guetta’s ‘Goodbye. The first speaker we are delighted to announce for 2019 is Welsh producer/mixer David Wrench. Based in London, Wrench has worked with some of the world’s most innovative and influential artists including ex-Talking Heads singer and composer David Byrne, The xx, Frank Ocean, Caribou, Sampha, Goldfrapp, Let’s Eat Grandma and Weval. His work regularly garners awards and nominations e.g Grammy’s, Mercury Music Prize, Brit Awards and MPG Award.
Wrench has worked on chart-topping albums in both the UK and the US, and also recently released his own artist project ‘audiobooks’ - debut album ’Now (in a minute!).
ADE Sound Lab
ADE Sound Lab features intimate and revealing talks with major figures from the electronic scene, with formats such as ADE MusicTalks, The Record Bag Of... and Studio XL. In previous years the program welcomed the likes of Antal, Colin Benders, Jameszoo, Jayda G, KSHMR, Lena Willikens, Martin Garrix, Nina Kraviz, Nile Rodgers, Octave One, Orbital, Philip Glass, Richie Hawtin, Rebekah and Xosar among many others.
ADE Sound Lab also features the annual Demolition panel with moderator and DJ Dave Clarke alongside a panel of top DJ talent, demo pitches and audiovisual installations, plus a broad range of hardware and software brands to try out. Stay tuned for more news on this year's program, subscribe to our newsletter to get the latest updates.