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Clive Young

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AES: Back in the New York Groove

By Clive Young. With classes packed, an exhibit floor filled with the latest gear and a beat-heavy keynote address by hip-hop pioneer Grandmaster Flash, the AES Convention opened in style in October.

Live

NYC’s ArTecHouse Gets Immersive Underground

By Clive Young. ArTecHouse, a new permanent digital art installation space, opened in September at New York City’s Chelsea Market, where its careening, AI-fueled visuals are emboldened by a sizable 30.1 immersive audio system.

Blogs

From the Editor: Excitement Builds for AES

By Clive Young. Every AES show delivers new surprises, people, gear and experiences, and this year’s edition, taking place Oct. 16–19 at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York City, will be no exception.

Blogs

Should the South’s First Studio Be Saved?

By Clive Young. The site where the first country music hit was recorded stands at the center of a legal battle in Atlanta that pits local preservationists against a major resort developer. At stake is nothing less than a...

Business

View from the Top: Jan Glasband, Equi=Tech

By Clive Young. In 2017, Equi=Tech faced a perfect storm of challenges, including the death of founder Martin Glasband. Now with his sister Jan leading a determined team of pros, the company is moving forward in new directions.

Blogs

On Adopting Technology

By Clive Young. The process of getting to tomorrow’s technologies and standards is usually messy, with wrong yet logical turns and, conversely, insightful leaps of faith—which means the adoption of new technology is often a very human process.

Recording

$70,000 of Gear Stolen from Producer Tucker Martine

By Clive Young. Thieves stole vintage mics, amps and guitars from Grammy-nominated producer/engineer Tucker Martine's nearly completed studio. Now efforts are underway to help Martine, who's worked with R.E.M., Death Cab for Cutie, The Decemberists and others, recover.

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