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Creative Techniques & Technology for Music & Audio Production

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    In the Wiki for Atlanta, you see it is considered an “alpha-” or “world city”, ranking 15th among world cities and sixth in the nation with a gross domestic product of $270 billion.

    Colin Leonard heads up SING Mastering in ATL.

    These are impressive statistics, and it’s logical that … Read More


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    When AlexB launches a new plugin – we listen.

    Nebula3 can house two new modeled classic units from AlexB.

    His latest editions start with the ORbital eQ, an “American classic all-purpose equalizer” which looks to be modeled after the acclaimed Orban 672a. Next is the ORbital Dynamics PluginRead More


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    A studio giant is getting his due, and then some, at the GRAMMY Awards in February.

    The legendary Nile Rodgers is about to add another accolade to his portfolio. (Photo Courtesy of The Recording Academy /Wireimage.com © 2014
    Photographed by: Dan MacMedan)

    The Recording Academy Producers & Engineers Wing (also … Read More


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    Guitar amp software has slowly been gaining popularity in the audio software industry. Considering the cost of what it actually replaces, it’s no wonder that consumers demand it.

    In that spirit, Positive Grid has just launched BIAS Desktop, a guitar-amp designer and modeler that offers up its own concept … Read More


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    Music isn’t perfect. It never was. And it never will be. By nature, people are flawed. Inadvertently, so is the music we create. But isn’t that what also makes it so amazing?

    Indescribable, intangible moments can often be found in our favorite recordings. Call it accidental, call it happenstance, or … Read More


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    This changing music business calls for a new way to navigate the landscape.

    A new series, “The Business of Music Seminars” (BMS) aims to make it easier for producers, engineers, artists, and entrepreneurs to know what’s happening now – and what’s coming next.

    BMS will debut Thursday, November … Read More


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    Like Uber and coffee makers, wireless monitor mixing is something we’ll wonder how we ever lived without.

    Can you see you with Qu-You?

    Sensing this, Allen & Heath has announced the addition of wireless personal mixing to its Qu series of compact mixers, via its free new Qu-You appRead More


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    When we first stumbled on to Lightening Boy Audio, they were developing stellar tube pedals. Since then, LBA has honed in on their design philosophy to release the Flux Bender Equalizer.

    At first glance, the Flux Bender is similar to a passive Pulteq EQP-1A. So where does LBA … Read More


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    The new M-5000 console from Roland is ideal for the live sound environment. With the included O.H.R.C.A. based architecture, the bounds of console routing remain limited only to its physical I/O.

    The Roland M-5000 complete with remote control via laptop or iPad.

    What Does O.H.R.C.A. Represent?

    “Open” “High Resolution” “Configurable… Read More

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    Call it an inner convergence. The latest music supervision service providers are bringing together more tools to help brands and content creators.

    A new NYC-based example is Able Baker. The firm is co-founded by two Executive Producers of Music/Music Supervisors, Peter Gannon and Jessica Dierauer, whose combined experience is … Read More


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    Adore analog? Dig digital only? Nothing blurs the audio lines like software emulations of hardware processors.

    Producers and engineers who are evolving their studios now have an embarrassment of emulations available to them. These are virtual versions of classic and/or rare boxes, and we need them because the real thing … Read More


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    Ready to get the picture? This new recorder goes with a DSLR camera like a peanut butter and chocolate converge in a Reese’s.

    Tascam’s DR-700 covers a wide array of production uses where compact recording is essential. Built in features include tripod mounts on top and bottom of the unit, … Read More


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    The newly available licensing plan for Pro Tools users is all about the long view.

    Pro Tools gets future-proofed with the newly available licensing plan.

    It’s complicated, and some of the details that Avid announced to the press yesterday are backdated, so this is one of those times where we’ll … Read More


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    A handful of documentaries released since the turn of the new century, from 2002’s Standing In the Shadows of Motown to 2013’s Muscle Shoals, have helped us put names and faces to the backing musicians that brought some of our favorite recordings to life. It can be surprising to learn … Read More


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    “Glyn Johns was there.” – Sir Paul McCartney

    All along, Glyn Johns has been contemplating this book tour.

    That only begins to tell the story of how important this engineer’s engineer is to recorded music. Imagine if your audio resume included The Rolling Stones, The Beatles, The Who, Led Zeppelin, … Read More


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    Catering to the growing ProTools 11 community, SSL is now offering their Duende plug-in collection in AAX Native 64-bit format. Users can celebrate with an intro price until November 25th

    The Duende Native collection from SSL.

    The Duende plug-in collection includes:

    EQ & Dynamics Channel Stereo Bus Compressor Drumstrip and… Read More

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    Dreamin’ California? If so, Orange County is coming on strong.

    Some interesting action is unfolding there, with a fresh wave of studios coming online in a market they see as overtalented and underserved. The latest is ReAmp Recording Studios, which is making a big statement about the region with … Read More


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    500 x 4 really adds up.

    Slate Digital has an attractive equation for engineers, producers, and mixers with the Virtual Mix Rack, a modular plugin system that brings a virtual 500 series straight into the DAW.

    The VMR is starting off with four tasty and authentic emulations of classic … Read More


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    What is the Proximity Effect?

    The proximity effect describes how bass frequencies build up when a microphone is brought very close to a sound source.  This effect frequently occurs when a vocalist moves around a lot while singing, varying their distance from the microphone diaphragm from phrase to phrase, or … Read More


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    Surround sound is becoming more ubiquitous than ever, but when it comes to music, stereo is still king. While up to 40% of American households now have surround sound systems, the penetration of stereo is high enough to consider it 100% for all practical purposes—once you take into account all … Read More


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