BerkleeNYC Cross-Connects with TSL Network Solution
Diversified married TSL’s GTP-V1virtual control processor and Virtual Panels into a solution that TSL has dubbed IP-Cross Connect at BerkleeNYC.
Pirate Sees Self-Service Studio Market for the Taking
Having conquered the UK, Pirate aims to build 4,000 unattended, self-service studios across North America by 2024.
Miami Beach Studios Adds Symphonic Acoustics Speakers
Miami Beach Recording Studios co-owner Pablo Reynoso had Symphonic Acoustics install a custom-built set of 2X8V monitors with matching 12-inch subs.
High School Preps Students for Music Careers with SSL Desks
Hudson County Schools of Technology’s County Prep High School program is readying students for music industry careers at its new facility.
With Engineer’s Encouragement, Idea Comes to Market
Grammy-nominated engineer, equipment manufacturer and audio educator Greg Wurth was given a Flock Audio prototype Patch system to critique; he never gave it back.
Grammy Engineering and Production Winners Announced
The Recording Academy announced the winners of the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards in an audience-free show that reflected some of the events of the past year and the coronavirus pandemic.
Emily Lazar Launches Music Industry Equity, Inclusion Initiative
Emily Lazar, Grammy Award-winning founder of The Lodge mastering and mixing facility in Manhattan, has introduced We Are Moving the Needle, a new initiative to bring equity and inclusion to the music industry.
Music, Etc. – Lee Ritenour: Turning Devastation into Dreamcatcher
Lee Ritenour lost 100 guitars, 40 amps and his studio to a fire; now he’s back with his first true solo album, Dreamcatcher.
Repairing Spoken-Word Recordings with iZotope Rx 8 Advanced – A Real-World Review
Producer/engineer Rob Tavaglione explains how he repairs spoken-word recordings with iZotope Rx 8 Advanced in this real-world review.
Elliot Mazer, Legendary Producer/Engineer, Dead at 79
Legendary producer/engineer Elliot Mazer, best-known for his work with Neil Young, Janis Joplin and others, died of a heart attack in his San Francisco home on Sunday, February 7, 2021.
U.K. Producer Eddie Serafica Installs PMC Monitors
Eddie Serafica, Grammy Award-winning producer, has installed a pair of PMC monitors in his project studio.
Recording Live to Vinyl to Zoom at Welcome to 1979
Nashville’s Welcome to 1979 studio overcame technical challenges to bring its ‘Direct to Vinyl’ recording summit online.
The Lost Treasure of Joe Meek’s Tea Chest Tapes
Legendary UK producer Joe Meek left behind nearly 1,900 tapes when he committed suicide in the 1960s. After sitting in storage for 50-plus years, the ‘lost’ tapes are being digitized in a mammoth 18-month project, saving unheard early work...
Studio Spotlight: Noise Nest Invests in the Future
Inspired by pro skateboarder Rob Dyrdek’s now-defunct Fantasy Factory, producer/entrepreneur Nick Gross developed a small songwriting facility into Noise Nest, a sleek, new studio complex in Hollywood.
Peek Inside Phish Bassist Mike Gordon’s Home Studio
Phish’s Mike Gordon has put his Vermont home on the market, providing a glimpse of his awesome attic recording studio.