Prolific NYC DJ and producer Nick Hook invites Dubspot curriculum director and synth guru Chris Petti to test drive Novation’s Bass Station II analog synthesizer in Nick’s Brooklyn studio.
In this video, Nick Hook and Dubspot’s Chris Petti test drive Novation’s Bass Station II analog monophonic synthesizer that was released last month. Nick also offers some production tips and insight about using the compact analog synth on the road and in his studio.
Nick Hook is a New York City-based DJ, producer, and musician who performs in the group Cubic Zirconia, and has collaborated with an impressive list of talented artists including Drop The Lime, Hudson Mohawke, Machinedrum, Doc Daneeka, Vin Sol, Matrixxman, RL Grime, and Salva. Most recently he recorded El-P and Killer Mike’s Run The Jewels project. Nick Hook is multi-talented artist and producer, and one of the City’s best kept secrets.
You can grab Nick Hook’s Without You EP via Scion A/V here. Keep up with him on SoundCloud and Twitter. Read his weekly tips, tricks, and advice column Hi, Doctor Nick! in XLR8R - better yet, ask him a question!