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The Ballad of Tommy LiPuma – Book Review

The new book, 'The Ballad of Tommy LiPuma,' features household names, mobsters, poor life choices, big laughs and, most of all, a lifetime’s worth of insight and advice on what it takes to be a world-class record producer.

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Recording Car-To-Car to Outwit the Pandemic

Working from home because of the pandemic, audio post engineer Frank Verderosa had to record a voiceover artist but didn't want to use his personal studio because of social distancing. Then he found an unlikely solution....

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When Will the Gigs Come Back?

The segment of pro audio most visibly hit by the pandemic has been the sound reinforcement industry, with thousands of live sound pros out of work overnight, with no gigs ahead for the foreseeable future due to tours put...

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Chasin’ The Dream

One busted truck driver recently discovered that the cab of a semi is no place for mobile recording.

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Software Tech: MIDI 2.0 Comes Into Focus

Additional aspects of the MIDI 2.0 spec have fallen into place, and the first pieces of gear with elements of MIDI 2.0 are working their way out of R&D and into the real world.

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Software Tech: Amp Sims Go Pro

Craig Anderton explores how amp sims are winning over the normally conservative world of pro guitar players, both in the studio and for live performance.

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A Voice-O-Graph Blast from the Past

Songbyrd Music House and Record Café is home to one of the last surviving Voice-O-Graph booths—a 1940s vending machine that recorded customers to a vinyl record, cut right on the spot.

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Music’s Unluckiest Night

Producer/engineer Morten Lindberg has a career total of 28 Grammy nominations and 0 wins—the unluckiest streak in Grammy history. Will he finally win in 2020?

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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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The Aha Moment: Make It Easy!

Former CEO of Radial Engineering Peter Janis explores why companies have to make life easy for the client, even if it’s hard to do.

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