Lewitt User Supa Dups


Lewitt User Supa DupsArtist:
Supa Dups, Grammy Award winning producer

Lewitt Gear:
LCT940 and DGT 650

Lewitt quote:
"As a producer I always want the best performance and best sound from the artists I record. I always try to choose the best tools so the choices I make inspire the best performances. Because of that, I use the Lewitt LCT940 as my choice of vocal mics. I can get a beautiful warm tube expressiveness or an incredibly articulated in-you-face FET sound- or anything in-between. No other mic in the world does that but Lewitt and Lewitt does it well.

The Lewitt LCT940 mic is amazing. I had it up against the U87, the Sony 800G, and the Brauner. The Lewitt won the shootout.
Supa Dups, producer with such artists as  Drake, John Legend, Eminem, Bruno Mars, Mary J. Blige, Rihanna, Akon and more.

"I just used the Lewitt DGT650 USB mic. Normally I would have to plug in a bunch of stuff. I just plugged the DGT650 into my iPhone I recorded all instruments through the Lewitt (into my phone) except for the drum samples. I used the Lewitt as a sound card for electric guitars, the Lewitt mic for acoustic guitars. The DGT 650 is good enough to make a record with.  I know- I make lots of great records. I am surprised by how clean it is and the quality of the mic."

Supa Dups talks about Lewitt:
I choose Lewitt because engineers Charles Wakeman and Gennaro Schiano love those mics. I do a lot of work out of Circle House Studios in Miami. Also, this great band, currently touring with Justin Timberlake, Common Kings, brags about how much they love them for live use and in the studio.

Why are you fans of Lewitt?

Because they have sound and great features.

Which is your favorite Lewitt mic?
Ha ha – the one I own! The LCT940 , The DGT 650 mic, however, I am looking to try a bunch more- especially the kick mic and the pencil condensers.

"As a producer I always want the best performance and best sound from the artists I record. I always try to choose the best tools so the choices I make inspire the best performances. Because of that, I use the Lewitt LCT940 as my choice of vocal mics. I can get a beautiful warm tube expressiveness or an incredibly articulated in-you-face FET sound- or anything in-between. No other mic in the world does that but Lewitt and Lewitt does it well. Plus the vocalists love the way the tube light up."
Supa Dups, producer with such artists as  Drake, John Legend,   Eminem, Bruno Mars, Mary J. Blige, Rihanna, , Akon and more

Supa Dups and Lewitt DGT650 USB recording mic on YouTube:
http://youtu.be/yb05dyGY6x8


Biography:
(Dwayne Chin-Quee) born in Kingston, Jamaica better known as Supa Dups, is a Jamaican record producer, a drummer, and DJ/selector based in Miami, Florida. He is a member of the Black Chiney sound system and part of the duo D.A. & the Supa Dups with Chester French lead vocalist D.A. Wallach. His father is a second generation Chinese Jamaican, and his mother is of Chinese, German, and African descent.

Supa Dups has been quickly becoming one of the most sought after Writer/Producers around.

In 2004, Supa Dups appeared on Nina Sky's album by producing their hit record 'Turnin' Me On'. Later that year he appeared on Beanie Man & Capleton's albums. In 2005, his releases only increased as he produced on Akon's album, David Banner's album, Rihanna's album & Pitbull's album. He then went on to produce 2 singles off of Collie Buddz' album, followed by Estelle's single 'Come Over' ft. Sean Paul.

In 2008 he produced multiple songs on John Legend's album and Kardinal Offishall's album.

He went on to produce Mary J. Blige's worldwide single 'Each Tear' that charted around the world, with remixes in many different countries. He appeared on Bruno Mars' album 'Doo-Wops & Hooligans' as the only guest producer with the songs 'Our First Time' & 'Liquor Store Blues' ft. Damian Marley.

In February 2011, he won his first Grammy with his production of 'W.T.P.' on Eminem's Recovery album.
Supa Dups earned his second Grammy nomination "Album Of The Year" for Bruno Mars 'Doo-Wops & Hooligans' set to be held at The Staples Center in Los Angeles on February 12,2012.

In 2012, he produced minor parts of Snoop Lion's album Reincarnated alongside Major Lazer.

Websites:
http://blackchiney.com
https://twitter.com/SupaDups
http://instagram.com/SupaDups

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