Sound designer and YouTube sensation Diego Stocco has let us in on something really cool: he's been using all API equipment to capture the unique sounds he uses in his projects, including the new DTS sound signature! For the DTS project, Diego specifically used a 10-slot lunchbox® filled with four 512c preamps, two 550b EQs and four 527 compressors to record the sounds of water balloons being burst by a golf club and lentils and barley being dropped and swirled around in milk. According to Diego, his 527s were particularly helpful catching the milk and lentil concoction's "deep" sound. To hear the sound signature for yourself and to see a behind-the-scenes look at Diego's recording process click here. For more information on Diego, visit his website.