Los Angeles, CA— A dynamic collision of seasoned musical talent with a palatable passion for performing, rising singer/songwriter duo Alexander Jean have been bringing their unique blend of rich, memorable songwriting and warm vocal interplay to music lovers across the world since their first single Roses and Violets made its way to up the iTunes and Billboard Digital charts in 2015. When pandemic lockdowns cancelled the duo’s touring plans and forced them to begin recording their music at home, they embraced the isolation as an opportunity to return to the raw, live feel that ultimately drew them together, with a stronger focus than ever on their intuitive harmonizing and acoustic instrumentation. Realizing that they didn’t want to sacrifice studio-quality sound in these home recordings, Alexander Jean have made the Mojave Audio MA-1000DS tube microphone an essential part of their signal chain to ensure that they had all the richness and detail they needed to bring their music to life.
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