VIDEO: 5 New Podcast Studio Mics Under $200 for 2020
Looking for a new podcast microphone? Here’s five that are brand-new for 2020. Easy on the eyes, ears and wallet, they can get you started or help raise your audio game.
In-House Full Sail Band Releases COVID-19 Relief Single
Comprised of alumni or co-workers at Full Sail University, The Grouper Cheeks are donating proceeds of their first single to MusiCares.
Software Tech: Livestreaming in the Age of Pandemic
With venues closed and artists stuck at home, livestreamed performances have taken center stage during the pandemic; Craig Anderton shares how to join in.
Discovering the Sound of Hamilton with Adam Savage
FOH engineer Kevin McCoy shares with Adam Savage what it takes to mix the hit show 'Hamilton.'
Being The Sound Engineer For Slipknot In The Early 2000s
We stumbled across this good-natured comedy clip picturing a Slipknot soundcheck in the early 2000s, and naturally we had to share it.
Eye To The Past, Ear To The Future: How FAME Recording Studios Reinvented Studio B
"There was glory in this room that needed to be resurrected, but we also knew that every bit of the renovation process had to be done with the greatest care, in order to preserve the rich sound that makes...
The Aha Moment: Creating Discipline in the New Year
Former Radial CEO Peter Janis says, make a new year’s resolution to bring discipline to your business practices.
The METAlliance Report: Ed Cherney (1950-2019)—Someone Truly Special
METAlliance co-founder Elliot Scheiner pays tribute to his friend, recording legend Ed Cherney, who passed away in October.
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...
The METAlliance Report: How to Choose Your Next Studio Monitors
The legendary pros of the METAlliance—Ed Cherney, Chuck Ainlay, Al Schmitt, George Massenburg, Elliot Scheiner and Frank Filipetti—share their wide-ranging views about how to choose the right reference speakers for your recording space.
Software Tech: Will Your Hardware Rack Move to the Cloud?
Craig Anderton considers whether it's feasible to expect hardware processes to follow software processing into the cloud.
At AES: Being About Close Encounters on the Exhibit Floor (and with Howard Schwartz!)
By Tom Kenny. The editor of Mix shares the insights and inside info he’s gleaned from his travels on the AES show floor.