By Lisa Johnston. The Archiving and Restoration track at this year's AES has become a venue for sharing best practices, key information and more.
By Lisa Johnston. Who carries the responsibility of properly archiving masters—the engineer, the label or the artist?
By Katie Makal. The AES Diversity and Inclusion Committee met yesterday to discuss goals and accomplishments as part of the organization's efforts to better represent all segments of the pro audio community.
Unanimously passing the House and Senate, the Act was signed into law October 11.
The crumbling home—and home studio—of Jazz greats John and Alice Coltrane has been rescued and named a National Treasure, but the work has only begun.
By Clive Young. Legendary recording engineer Geoff Emerick died in Los Angeles Tuesday, October 2, of an apparent heart attack. The four-time Grammy winner recorded The Beatles from 1966 through their dissolution in 1970, contributing to albums like Revolver, Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, The Beatles (AKA The White Album) and Abbey Road, and additionally worked with dozens of well-known acts in the decades that followed. He was 72.
By Clive Young. David Bowie, MGMT, Duncan Sheik, Suzanne Vega, Dar Williams, Donna Lewis and dozens of others recorded at this converted 1902 train station.
By Craig Anderton. Whether NKS has value depends on how you plan to use it, and what updates may be forthcoming.
By Steve Harvey. Grammy-winner Dave Collins has been mastering music you know by heart since the 1980s, and now has completed a new facility with two rooms, the other being used by Craig Bauer, another Grammy winner whose Chicago-based Hinge Studio was Kanye West’s home base in the 1990s.
By Steve Harvey. Music fans perhaps know Hopkins better as a founding member of the multi-Grammy Award-winning Zac Brown Band.
Event to honor the late recording engineer through education.