Mojave Audio’s Amalia Delgado and Dusty Wakeman
Burbank, CA (June 2, 2014)—Mojave Audio has debuted its online media library featuring a collection of audio samples and video tutorials, examples and session overviews.
The new online media library from Mojave Audio, a company founded by David Royer, who is known for his work with ribbon microphones, provides a reference for learning about miking techniques and the Mojave Audio microphones used to capture any given sound or music source.
Visitors can search by Artist, Engineer, Instrument and several additional categories to find audio samples and the microphone choices used to capture that sound or performance. Meanwhile, the library’s videos include a look at the actual session where the recording took place, discussions about techniques, a look at microphone placement and more.
Highlights include sessions with Ross Hogarth/Kenny Aronoff; Jim Lauderdale/Randy Kohrs; Miles Mosley; Yana Reznik; and voice-over artist Charles Kahlenberg.
Dusty Wakeman, president of Mojave Audio, commented, “In recent years, we’ve been very fortunate to have our products used by leading engineers and artists the world over, and many of these recordings have been made available to us for educational purposes. Similarly, our ‘Pop Up Studio’ at various industry events has been another terrific source for both audio and video recordings. The sum total of audio and video materials in the media library represents, to the best of my knowledge, one of the most comprehensive collections of samples, tips, and tricks available from any equipment manufacturer.”