Nicky Romero Describes His Elaborate Studio
In this article from Music Radar, we explore the studio setup of Dutch DJ Nicky Romero, from his radio studio to his very own SSL console.
Explaining his use of in the box applications, he explains:
“I use Serum a lot and Sylenth. Then there’s Massive, which is an easy tool to get nice thick, fat-sounding sounds like bass and mid-bass. I always use a lot of UAD software; the Brainworx stuff is doing great and of course my own software, Kickstart, for kick drums.”
Something we really found cool with Nicky Romero’s workflow is that he takes advantage of not only his extensive hardware gear, but his software origins as well. Read the full article for more.