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Creative Techniques & Technology for Music & Audio Production

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    Since creating the Workhorse 500 series module rack and mixer, Radial Engineering has been making waves with their innovative contributions to the 500 market and they continue to take the reins with the release of the PreMax Channel Strip.

    The channel strip does contain some bare essentials as well … Read More

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    MaxSynths, a plugin developer based out of Milan, Italy, has released a multi-function processing plugin specifically designed to work with vocal sources.

    The plugin functions as a compressor with saturation, four-band EQ and a room emulator. Convenience and ease of use were two key elements with the development of … Read More

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    Guaranteed exposure for your music and a chance to record at one of NYC’s best new recording studios – it’s a can’t-lose scenario.

    What could you do with a day at SweetSounds Studios?

    We refer to the #ivegotsweetsounds contest that’s just been launched by SweetSounds, the highly vibey new … Read More

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    “Every penny that I’ve ever made went back into audio gear.”

    Joe Barresi‘s passion for his work is palpable, and not just in the rows of guitars, amps or stacks of gear you see around his studio in Pasadena. It’s in the way he describes his approach and his … Read More

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    Microphone manufacturer JZ Microphones would probably never preach style over substance – that said, there’s a uniquely appealing aesthetic to the gear that’s being created by this Latvian outfit.

    The latest microphone to come out of ZJ Microphones is the J1, a lower-priced alternative to systems like their well-received … Read More

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    The first in a series about transitioning to Pro Tools 11, by Zach Hancock, Chief Engineer at Downtown Music Studios.

    It’s hard to imagine a more passionate group than the pro audio community.  Even harder to imagine is a more polarizing figure than Avid’s Pro Tools.  Love it … Read More

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    With Electro-Harmonix’ wide array of guitar pedals, it’s great to know that they can consistently produce original pedals that are surprisingly functional. Their latest addition is the 8 Step Program. Unlike standard pedals that are meant to function specifically with guitars or bass instruments, this pedal will certainly have … Read More

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    Spark44, the ad agency behind the new F-Type luxury sports car from Jaguar, tapped LA/NYC-based music house HiFi Project for their new commercial, “Biggest Want”.

    According to HiFi Creative Director Paul Robb (Information Society, South Park), the location-rich commercial takes visual cues from classic James Bond films – … Read More

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    The first in a series of live sound interviews and spotlights by audio engineer Jon Lurie.

    Ryan John’s live sound clients include Robin Thicke and Mayer Hawthorne.

    Learning to Fly

    In 2002, Charlie Smith started playing electric guitar in an alternative rock band, which, by 2013, has performed in nearly … Read More

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    Relay is the Line 6 solution for wireless musical performance. Although Line 6 does have other wireless microphones, the Relay V75-SC is the first to be released under the Relay brand, previously only seen with their wireless guitar solutions.

    The new microphone has exceptional dynamic range and bit depth to … Read More

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    By now, many studio owners have probably heard about the rise of class action lawsuits against businesses that rely on illegal unpaid internships.

    In late 2012, Charlie Rose’s for-profit production company was the first to settle such a claim, paying out $250,000 in back minimum wages that it had failed … Read More

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    Is this the ever-elusive optimum low end we’ve all been waiting for?

    It’s too early to tell, but it certainly looks like a hot lead in COSMOS, the newest plugin from LA-based developer Nomad Factory. Using harmonic enhancement as opposed to EQ, its mission is to bring clarity … Read More

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    Wavesfactory first released the original TrackSpacer back in November 2012 where it saw tremendous success from providing a solution for a problem that every mixing engineer has experienced – creating space for an audio source.

    TrackSpacer 2.0 accomplishes this by subracting an audio source’s primary frequencies from another audio source … Read More

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    This is much more than a sample library – this sounds big, literally.

    StormDrum 3 — it’s going to be a big hit.

    One of the mightiest percussion-based virtual instruments that we’ve come across is ready to launch from EASTWEST, in the form of Quantum Leap Stormdrum 3 (SD3)Read More

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    Music producers know a return trip is never guaranteed.

    David Kahne rides on with James McCartney.

    That’s true even for audio experts like David Kahne, whose production discography is a who’s who across the artistic spectrum, including Tony Bennett, Fishbone, Sublime, Sir Paul McCartney, The Read More

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    Snapshot captures sessions with Edie Brickell/Steve Gadd, Matthew Dear, Passion Pit, The Big Sleep, The Roots, and more!

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    There have certainly been some down years in recent recording biz history, but 2011 was not one of them.

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    Across the river, at Big Blue Meenie in Jersey City – “indie rock manifestation” Suit of Lights tracked and mixed the follow-up to their last studio record, Bacteria, with producer Joe Darone (The Fiendz), recording engineer Chris “Noz” Marinaccio and mixers Tim “Rumblefish” Gilles & Matt “Dasher” Messenger.

    According to

    The post Session Buzz: Who’s Recording In & Around NYC — A Monthly Report appeared first on SonicScoop.

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    And, as covered this month in the New York Times, Farmelo produced and mixed a new album by 85-year-old jazz pianist Boyd Lee Dunlop which was tracked at Soundscape in Buffalo by Jimi Calabrese, mixed at The Farm and mastered at The Magic Shop by Jessica Thompson

    “An old friend

    The post Session Buzz: The Year in NYC Recording appeared first on SonicScoop.

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