Known for his innovative spirit and broad musical scope, world-renown saxophonist Branford Marsalis is equally at home on the stages of the world’s greatest jazz clubs and classical halls. His recording career as a leader encompasses twelve jazz albums, two classical albums, and two Buckshot LeFonque pop releases for Sony Music. His final recording for Columbia Records, Contemporary Jazz, which has been hailed as his greatest work to date, garnered the saxophonist’s third Grammy Award.
”We record live whenever possible. No overdubs if we can avoid it. I am a big fan of gobos, and my sound engineer, Rob Hunter, had found a few from an old church, so we were using those. They worked, but they were heavy and difficult to carry around with us.”
”Rob heard about Auralex Acoustics and checked it out on the web”, says Branford. ”He came across the MAX-Wall, so we picked up a few to try. They are marvelous- easy to store, easy to move from session to session. We get high quality recordings every time, without the expense of setting up complicated sound control in every venue. We are now big fans of Auralex and will always use your products whenever we record.”