Rod Mitchell (Atomic Shadow)


Rod Mitchell's classical abstract electronic music project, Atomic Shadow, began with the album Project One, which was released in 2009. Before that Mitchell spent half a lifetime drumming in jazz, country and rock bands in the Southern California music scene of the 70s and 80s. He relocated to Utah in 1985 and continued to play a busy schedule of local gigs. He began a small electronic music studio in 2003, but soon discovered that he was better at making unusual sounds than writing conventional songs. In 2009, with some inspiration from the late Stephen Howell (HollowSun), he found his true calling and began Atomic Shadow. Atomic Shadow takes inspiration from the classic electronic music artists of the mid 20th century, but applies his own unique sense of texture, timing and composition. No method of sound generation is out of bounds. Hardware and software are both on the menu in yesterday's world of tomorrow.

Rod Mitchell (Atomic Shadow)

 

Favorite PSP Plug-ins:
PSP Spring Box: "There is not much that conjures the Mid Century vibe like a spring reverb and PSP SpringBox is there best there is."
PSP 2445 EMT: "I love the PSP 2445 for the way it can add depth to a track without clutter.”
PSP Nexcellence: “The new PSP Nexcellence spring reverb is hand's down my favorite reverb of all time. It perfectly captures the lush sound of a hardware necklace reverbs. It's just beautiful."
PSP Echo: “PSP Echo is another big part of my sound. It gives me all of the fun and sound of a real tape echo unit with none of the suffering. No broken tape loops, or cleaning and adjusting heads. Top notch.”
PSP N2O: "PSP N2O has been my number one secret sound design tool for the last four albums. When I have a sound that needs "something", but I'm not sure what, it's time to open up PSP N2O. It's modular approach provides maximum flexibility and no end of happy accidents can result from experimentation.”


More about Rod:
www.atomicshadow.com
www.facebook.com/AtomicShadow
www.twitter.com/AtomicShadow
www.soundcloud.com/myatomicshadow/the-innovation-lab

 

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