Chris Lord Alge
Tom Lord Alge
Marc Costanzo, Len
Effanel Remote recording
Five Towns College
Fletcher (Mercenary Audio)
Full Sail School for the Recording Arts
Goo Goo Dolls
Carly Rae Jepsen
Mike Keating (Sting)
Gary Ladinsky - Design FX
Craig Melvin (Gloria Estefan)
Phil (the Butcher) Nicolo
Nikki Sixx (Motley Crue)
Nine Inch Nails – Trent Reznor
Jack Joseph Puig
Real World Studios
Red Hot Chilli Peppers
The Rolling Stones
Stone Temple Pilots
Paul Tennebekk (Norway's Midwest Audio)
Third Eye Blind
The Voyager Remote Truck in Paris
Joe Perry has 8 Distressors
A great engineer who bought one of the first Distressors, helping us finance production.
Tchad helped introduce us to LA Studios, and inspired us with his mixes and kind words.
An early adopter who introduced the Distressor to NYC. Electric Lady Studios
Producer Mixdown Engineer (Thanks for helpin us out with Fatso too, Brendan!)
One of our first Fatso users, top seed mix engineer, and all around stellar person.
First Sound company to use us large & live! Thanks Claire!
He and Tchad Blake helped put us on the map in LA
Paid for our first AES Appearance, and came up with EL8: You'll be "Elated".
Real World Studios
Mick bought one of the first Distressors in 1995. Congrats on your latest Grammy. Daft Punk,
A Perfect Circle, Ashes Divide
Kings of Leon, Tom Waits, Norah Jones, Melissa Etheridge,
This guy has been inspiring me since I was 12, and heard Hendrix. DD
Thanks for liking our Distressor before it was even finished, encouraging us onward.
Got one of the very first Distressors, and helped put us on the map.
Led Zeppelin – DVD Concert Set.
Tool, Red Hot Chilli Peppers, System of a Down
An inspiration, friend, and one of our very first users, introducing many folks to it in his studios.
Put the Lil FrEQ front-and-center on his live vocals.
John has been an inspiration and source of great feedback for many years.
John helped test the Distressor, and came up with the "Nuke" while engineering for Phil Ramone
Mary J Blige, Naughty by Nature, Janet Jackson
Live with Mike Keating.
The man with the most toys...
Nuke was created early on for use at Phils studio by engineer John Paterson
Thanks for turning Nashville on to Distressors back in 1996 at Woodland Studios.
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