Sound engineer ditches the boom and embraces evolving wireless technology on Stanley Kubrick film sets, among others.
Left to his own devices, Richard Devine creates the sounds of your devices.
By Clive Young. The R&B megaproducer's Virginia Beach studio complex is up for sale, along with its gear.
By Steve Harvey. Hyde Street Studios launches annex facility in San Francisco.
By Steve Harvey. Stephen Marsh has been a top mastering engineer for decades and is still handling everything from soundtracks to singles, but recently his sideline—servicing and restoring Studer A80 tape machines—has grown to become 40 percent of his work.
Capitol Studios enters the growing online mastering market.
By Christopher Walsh. A key member of the Boston music scene for decades, Q Division co-founder Mike Denneen has passed.
By Clive Young. Elvis called the six-time Grammy nominee the "best engineer anywhere as far as I'm concerned."
By Clive Young. Ottmar Liebert rose to fame in the 1990s with his swoon-worthy ‘nouveau flamenco’ acoustic guitar music; in the years since, he’s amassed four Grammy nominations and 38 gold and platinum album certifications in the U.S. alone. Now he’s selling the custom home and detached private studio that he’s owned since 1992.
By Steve Harvey. “Place affects what you create,” says Hamlin, who has been a touring and studio musician for the past 15 years.
By Steve Harvey. When Bill Chrysler isn’t on the road behind a monitor console for Maroon 5, John Mayer, Christina Aguilera and others, he can be found behind a studio console at his facility, Third Coast Recording Company.
By Steve Harvey. The use of headphones for pro-level critical listening applications has increased in an effort to ensure that media translates to the medium in the best way possible.
Gaira Musica Local Studios now calls the desk its own.
Women’s Audio Mission brought together top women in pro audio to share knowledge and training in its inaugural conference, WAM @ Capitol.