Inside Nicky Romero's stunning Protocol Recording studios
Writer Danny Turner takes readers into Nicky Romero's Protocol Recording Studios, asking the famed producer about everything from what system he works off of to his Solid State Logic AWS 948 and hard and soft synths and more. Find out why this project was a dream come true for Romero and what he'll be using it for.This article originally appeared on Music Radar
EDM star discusses his brand new studio complex and the gear that powers his productions.
A driving force behind the burgeoning EDM scene, DJ/producer Nicky Romero was propelled into the limelight following his bootleg of David Guetta’s 2009 hit When Love Takes Over.
While the duo collaborated, Romero became resident of Guetta’s FMIF Ibiza club nights and enjoyed huge success with Beatport rompers Toulouse, Symphonica and Legacy, and the UK No.1 hit I Could Be the One in collaboration with Avicii.
Founding owner of Protocol Records, which has hosted releases from a catalogue of high-profile EDM producers including Calvin Harris and Hardwell, Romero has expanded his empire with Protocol Recording Studios. The amazing studio complex, based in Veenendaal, Utrecht, hosts Romero’s own studio alongside writing rooms and production studios for artists based on his label, and Protocol Radio.
We had a look inside the new complex to see how it’s all coming along...
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