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Creative Techniques & Technology for Music & Audio Production

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    The best way to deal with a troublesome noise is to avoid recording it in the first place. In a controlled environment, like a recording studio or a film set, you’re blessed with a quiet space, clean power and revealing monitors, so that isn’t too difficult to do.

    But these … Read More


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    Audio post’s footprint continues to loom larger in Brooklyn. The latest developments are at the Williamsburg collective Fall On Your Sword (FOYS), which has firmly established itself as a full-service audio production and post facility with its latest moves.

    Ryan M. Price is mixin’ pretty at FOYS.

    Chief among them … Read More


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    The smallest audio interfaces are packing in more features than ever.

    Line 6 has joined the small-space race with its new Sonic Port guitar system for iPod touch, iPhone and iPad. Although Line 6 has guitarists squarely in its sights for the diminutive audio interface, it has enough I/O connectivity … Read More


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    If sound is a part of your world, there’s a can’t-miss public art installation in NYC for the next two weeks.

    Look, and especially listen, at T.I.N.Y. in NYC, through June 16th.

    One of the world’s most accomplished sound designers, Walter Werzowa of Hollywood music production house Musikvergnuegen, has … Read More


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    On the most recent album I was mixing , I really discovered some incredible uses for the Decapitator, a saturation plug made by SoundToys.

    SoundToys had me at EchoBoy which was another go-to plug that I still use every day. The thing that sets their plugs apart from … Read More


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    The hardware manufacturer, Elysia, is known for boutique quality analogue audio tools and their latest endeavor follows that Class-A path with the xfilter 500. This flexible EQ’s compact frame is equipped with a slew of features that could make it a lasting addition to any pro audio facility.… Read More


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    TC-Helicon is widely known for specializing in creative vocal tools mostly in the stompbox format. Their latest release follows suit with the Harmony Singer. This pedal is about the size of a standard stompbox and features vocal processing effects and harmonizer that can be controlled directly from the user’s … Read More


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    In the last decade, as Manny Marroquin has been cranking out mixes for a growing client-base of pop stars, something has been stirring in the pop music world that is now in full effect. Sonically and stylistically, pop music has been hybridizing with artists embracing wide-ranging influences and sounds, mixing … Read More


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    If you’re not familiar with Harrison Consoles, here’s a quick history lesson: Bruce Swedien made Michael Jackson’s Thriller and BAD on a Harrison console. Paul Simon’s Graceland and sound for countless feature films have been mixed on Harrison consoles. And now, with its newly updated proprietary open-source DAW, Mixbus Read More


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    I’ve been a fan of PSP’s versatile, user-friendly plugins for a while.  I think it’s safe to say that at Mason Jar Music, we’ve used the PSP OldTimer compressor on almost every song we’ve mixed.

    PSP manages to pair incredibly high-quality processing with simple and thoughtful, yet powerful user … Read More


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    Back when I entered the audio program at SUNY Purchase around the turn of the millennium, a bachelor’s degree in “Studio Production” still seemed like something of a novel concept. Since then, enrollments for both 4-year and short-term programs in this once-niche market appear to have exploded nationwide.

    Occasionally, engineers … Read More


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    Big voices in intimate rooms are a powerful combination. That’s exactly what’s on the way for NYC’s sonic thrill seekers on Thursday, June 13th, when the Love Machine Project celebrates its EP release at the East Village venue DROM at 7 PM.

    The Love Machine Project officially goes public in … Read More


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    IK Multimedia just did their fellow musicians a solid by releasing their iRig HD.

    Behold, the iRig HD in all its sleek glory.

    For those of us who do not require an A/D instrument interface that comes with a bunch of extras, the iRig may be the new go-to … Read More


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    Plogue is an indie audio software developer based out of Montreal, Quebec, Canada. They present some creative options to the audio world and their new Chipcrusher plugin is no exception. Chipcrusher takes any incoming audio source and using DAC encoding, the plugin plays it back in a variety of retro … Read More


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    There’s one less limitation on Avid’s AAX format.

    Sonnox’ Oxford Limiter has arrived for AAX.

    In other words, Sonnox announced it has launched the Oxford Limiter plugin for AAX. It is available in the Pro Tools HD-HDX + Native version for 295 Euro, or $382.41 at current exchange rates. The … Read More


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    Rob Harari is facing a very different kind of student body.

    Standing in front of the newly minted music studio at the Stevens Institute of Technology – College of Arts and Letters (CAL) in Hoboken, Harari – the Technical Director of the CAL Music & Technology Program and an Associate … Read More


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    It’s comforting to know there are so many classic pieces of gear still to be emulated.

    The latest beloved hardware to go into the box is a classic Abbey Road mastering EQ that migrated into the mix phase for the engineers there – the Waves RS56 Universal Tone Control a.k.a … Read More


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    ALTADENA, CA: Monday morning at 11am is a great time to maneuver around L.A. The freeways leading in and out of the city are abnormally empty, rocketing me from downtown to Pasadena in under 20 minutes. From there it’s about another ten minutes straight up into the hills of Altadena.… Read More


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    What’s the true sound of summer? There are many muses on these warm nights, but here in NYC we heed the siren call of SteveStock.

    SteveStock is about to start…

    Hosted and curated by the plugged-in entertainment attorney Steven Beer, SteveStock brings a great live music lineup plus powerful … Read More


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    What differentiates the Northside Festival? James C. McKinley of The New York Times gets to the heart of why this Brooklyn music gathering, which begins today, is different. Read the full article here.

    Get the topside view of Northside.

    Artists performing as part of this year’s Northside Festival include … Read More


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