Shindig Delivers Soundtrack to “Got Milk?” Revival
Shindig Music + Sound created a catchy hip-hop track to help introduce a new generation of milk drinkers to the iconic “got milk?” tagline.
Music Etc. – Chuck Prophet, ‘The Land That Time Forgot’
Steve Harvey talks with guitarist, singer, producer and raconteur Chuck Prophet about the meandering path that led to the former Green on Red guitarist's latest solo project, 'The Land That Time Forgot.'
Studio Bonsai Sprouts From Focusrite Hub
Six-time Grammy-nominated record producer, engineer, mixer and remixer, songwriter and programmer Damian Taylor has built out a Dante-networked setup at Studio Bonsai, located at his home in L.A.’s Frogtown neighborhood, centered on Focusrite components.
Hard Rock Producer/Engineer Martin Birch, Dead at 71
Martin Birch, who recorded more than 60 albums for Iron Maiden, Deep Purple, Black Sabbath, Fleetwood Mac and others, has died.
An Upside to Lockdown: Recording Immersive Nature Sounds
Henrik Oppermann, creative director at immersive content specialist Sonosphere, has been building up the company’s immersive sound library by collecting everyday nature sounds in his native Hessen, Germany, using his new 3-D microphone rig.
Missed Opportunity Returns to Rob Burrell
Early in his career, Grammy-winning mix engineer Rob Burrell had to choose between making records and making movies. Now, having recently outfitted his Nashville home studio with a 11.1.4 Dolby Atmos mix environment, he’s taking on documentaries and Netflix...
The Gear of Damian Lillard’s Mini-Studio Inside the NBA Bubble; Hear His Tracks
NBA all-star Damian Lillard has been recording as rapper Dame D.O.L.L.A. while in the NBA Bubble, resulting in the appropriately titled mixtape, Live From The Bubble. Let's I.D. the gear he used to make those tracks.
Special Report: Studios Reopen Cautiously Around U.S.
Studios are looking to carefully reopen and get back on track, even as the COVID-19 pandemic stages a resurgence.
COVID-19 Guidelines for Safe Audio Production Released in UK
Trade group AudioUK has released a 15-page document with COVID-19 guidelines for safe audio production during the pandemic.
Remastering Classic Grateful Dead for New 14-LP Set
Mastering engineer Chris Bellman worked with the original stereo master tapes at Bernie Grundman Mastering for the new 14-LP VMP Anthology: The Story of the Grateful Dead set.
Missing In Alaska’s Sound Puts Listeners in the Search
The intricate sound design of Missing In Alaska takes the investigative podcast from the icy shores of Alaska to the deserts of Arizona. Here's how they did it.
Home Studios Finally Legal in Nashville Metro Area
The long fight to reverse Nashville Metro Council’s 1998 residential zoning ordinance that made it illegal for residence-based recording studios and other businesses to serve clients on the property has ended.
Reverse Engineering: ‘Song Exploder’ Podcast Puts the Pieces Back Together
Popular artists take apart their tracks on "Song Exploder," revealing to host Hrishikesh Hirway and his podcast team what it takes to create a great recording.
Richards Readies Road Return with ADAM Audio
U.K. guitarist Dan Richards, formerly a touring musician with One Direction and now musical director for such rising artists as Anna Clendening, Loren Gray and Emma Zander, recently acquired a pair of ADAM Audio A7X monitors as he settles...
Sweetwater Studios Captures Nick D’Virgilio with DPA
When Sweetwater Studios captured tracks for Nick D’Virgilio's new album using DPA mics, the mics were small but the album was Inivisible.