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Follow Podcasting’s Path—or Blaze It Yourself

The exploding podcasting market is a great business opportunity for recording studios, engineers and other audio pros to provide their production services—or to start their own shows—but it takes more than audio gear and engineering skills to ride this...

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We need to talk about money…

By Dom Morley. Getting a great engineering gig can be hard, but sometimes getting paid for it at the end can be even harder. Grammy Award-winning engineer/producer Dom Morley shares his time-tested methods for getting what you deserve.

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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.

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The Aha Moment: Good People

“Hire good people and give them the space to thrive.” It seems obvious, but if you’re the boss, it’s not that easy to do. Peter Janis explores why.

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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...

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Real-World Review: ‘Listen Up!’

By Steve Harvey. This book by Grammy-winning producer, engineer and mixer Mark Howard and his brother, Chris Howard, is an album-by-album account of working with iconic artists such as Anthony Kiedis, Michael Stipe, Gord Downie and Bono.

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The METAlliance Report: Make the Most of Your Room

By Frank Filipetti. These days, any space can suddenly become a recording studio. If you’re working in an up-and-coming facility also known as the Guest Bedroom, Grammy-winning producer/engineer Frank Filipetti has smart, inexpensive and easy-to-implement ideas that will improve...

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The Psychology of Mixing

By Dom Morley. The Grammy Award-winning engineer and producer shares some thoughts on keeping an ear to your mix and an eye on yourself.

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Hearing It—Believing It

By Dennis Baxter. After talking to many of my colleagues, I will confidently say that if a sound mixer can reasonably hear immersive sound, they can mix it. The question is: How do we get there?

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Inside Podcasting: Who Are Podcasters?

By Chris Curran. Podcasting has exploded to become a mainstream media format, but most of its practitioners are audio engineering novices—an irony that’s creating new opportunities for pro audio manufacturers and engineers alike.

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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.

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