Using ProTools Ultimate’s cloud sync, this song was tracked live, simultaneously in two locations – Victoria Records in Monterrey Mexico, and Boris’ studio in Miami, Florida. Gilberto Santa Rosa’s vocals are recorded on our V13 tube microphone. We are proud to be a part of this incredible technological feat! From Raniero – “Among the select microphone list chosen, the spotlight lies over the Neumann u87 (Felipe Pelaez), Vanguard Audio Labs V13 (Gilberto Santa Rosa), two stereo pair AKG C12 (Acoustic Guitars), and Neumann M150, u47 FET, and KM184 (String Section).” That’s some nice company we’re keeping. Full press release below:
“Felipe Peláez presents his new videoclip “Señora” one of his most cherished songs from the album “Ponle Actitud”.
A ballad by Wilfran Castillo that even before being released as single had already set streaming records and sales on the digital platforms.
Featuring “El Caballero de La Salsa” Gilberto Santa Rosa, this songs dresses up this Latin Fusion album of traditional Colombian Vallenato origins to the highest musical standards, which had already been recognized worldwide by having been nominated to the 61st Grammy awards in the Tropical Latin category.
Music video directed by Cruz Lee & Jorge Martinez, features how this musical piece was recorded. Produced by Raniero Palm & Victoria Kühnewith the idea of conceiving this song just as a live classical music ensemble performance.
Considered by many prestigious audio publications one of the most technologically advanced Recording Studios in the region: Victoria Records in Monterrey Mexico supported this recording process with the latest audio technology in the world: Pro Tools Ultimate by Avid version 12.5, allowing to record real time to the cloud in two separate facilities, in different Countries at the same time.
Due to Gilberto Santa Rosa’s previous commitments in the U.S. Award winning Engineers Boris Milan & Rolando Alejandro were in charge of recording the vocals while Jose Martinez provided video documentation. All of this while in Victoria Records Dani Baron (also lead guitarist), Guillermo Lefeld, James Joubran, Luis Alejandro Bermudez, Rubén Salas, and all the crew at Victoria Records were in charge of achieving the best technical and musical results to tape.
Among the select microphone list chosen, the spotlight lies over the Neumann u87 (Felipe Pelaez), Vanguard Audio Labs V13 (Gilberto Santa Rosa), two stereo pair AKG C12 (Acoustic Guitars), and Neumann M150, u47 FET, and KM184 (String Section)
Final Mixing by Orlando DiPietro in Il Mondo Records in Ciudad de Mexico, and mastering by Antonio Baglio in Miami Mastering.
Arranged by Dani Baron (Guitars), Raniero Palm (Producer and Conductor), and Jesus David Medina (Violinist Concertino). This musical masterpiece unwinds from a verse and chorus performed on guitar serenading a love confession into a surprising Violoncello melodic motive announcing the orquestal string section by VSRE Venezuelan Strings Recording Ensemble further developing the melodic motive until a half step modulation presents the violin solo. Then a reduction Coda orchetral passage by the Violoncello farewells the song into conclusion.
These beautiful arrangements invite the listener to flying towards a space that without a doubt takes our breath away.”