By Clive Young. Music teacher-turned-Grammy winning engineer Jack Renner co-founded Telarc in 1977.
By Steve Harvey. You might imagine that, as frontman, principal songwriter and sole original member of Sum 41, Deryck Whibley would have better things to do than get into the weeds regarding the creation of the band’s latest album. But as the producer, engineer and mixer of the project, he is more than happy to talk shop.
By Steve Harvey. The electronic dance music scene has exploded in Las Vegas over the past decade in the city’s resorts and clubs. No newcomer to the genre, Studio DMI has long specialized in EDM, and now has moved to a new multiroom complex specially designed to meet the needs of the field’s most prominent practitioners.
By Jacques Sonyieux. Whether you know him as Miami Steve from Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band, Silvio Dante from The Sopranos or as the leader of Little Steven and the Disciples of Soul, you’ll find Steven Van Zandt has a lot to say about working in analog, respecting musical roots and finding that “intangible element.”
Faced with mixing the new archival release, "Originals," engineer Niko Bolas had to find the best way to honor the material, including taking the results to Bernie Grundman Mastering, where many Prince albums were previously mastered.
Extensive tape restoration leads to new archival set.
From recording live sound to podcasting, the company’s gear of choice has kept busy.
By Steve Harvey. Music producers, engineers, composers and musicians who identify as women will now be included in NYC Women’s Fund for Media, Music and Theatre's content creation grant program.
The three themed events will be held at his new facility in Santa Barbara, CA.
Once home to dozens of studios and music industry businesses, Nashville’s Music Row put the city on the map—and is now in danger of being wiped off the earth.
By Steve Harvey. From its humble beginnings as a 4-track mobile recording studio in the back of musician Chuck Surack’s Volkswagen Samba bus in 1979, Sweetwater Sound has become a juggernaut, morphing into the largest online pro audio and MI equipment retailer in the United States.
By Steve Harvey. Organizations representing musicians, songwriters, publishers and record labels in the United States recently launched an interactive website that analyzes the economic and cultural impact of the music industry on each individual state.
A massive Meyer Sound immersive system was used for the documentary’s premiere.
By Chuck Ainlay. METAlliance co-founder and multiple Grammy-winning producer/engineer Chuck Ainlay discusses what the art in engineering is and can be, offering suggestions on how to develop one’s engineering chops while finding inspiration along the way.
By Steve Harvey. In April, Billie Eilish’s debut album entered the Billboard 200 at number one. Finneas O’Connell—her co-writer, producer, older brother and an artist in his own right—discusses recording the sonically adventurous collection at their family home.
New scholarship supports students in later semesters of Music Production & Engineering program.
The annual event supports A Place Called Home in South Central Los Angeles.