By Rich Tozzoli. The company describes this mastering plug-in as a “unique multiband limiter, human-ear EQ and powerful audio maximizer” that will increase the loudness of your mix while maintaining or improving its dynamic perception.
By Rich Tozzoli. Dig into Universal Audio’s new software emulation of the classic Empirical Labs EL8 Distressor.
Audionamix has introduced XTRAX STEMS, reportedly the first fully-automatic stem creator.
d&b audiotechnik has updated its R1 Remote control software with a new feature: Array verification, which was created to help avoid cabling mistakes in both mobile and permanent loudspeaker applications.
Eventide debuted its legendary H3000 Ultra-Harmonizer effects processor back in 1986, and more than 30 years later, it’s still an integral part of the modern audio landscape. With that in mind, the new Eventide H3000 LIVE plug-in is with the V1.5 upgrade to Yamaha’s flagship RIVAGE PM10 live sound console.
Sound designer and feature film supervising sound editor Scott Gershin, who recently joined Technicolor as its director of sound editorial, has installed Nugen Audio's Loudness Toolkit 2 and Halo Upmix plug-ins.
Multi-Grammy-winner Paul "Pablo" Stennett, who has worked with Ziggy Marley, Willie Nelson, Raphael Saadiq, Chaka Chan, Diana King, Pink and Jimmy Cliff, has switched from Mackie's 8*Bus analog mixer to the company’s DL32R 32-channel rack-mount digital desk.
Mastering engineer Brian Lucey of Magic Garden Mastering in Los Angeles worked on Ringo Starr: The Lifetime of Peace & Love Tribute Concert, a fundraiser for The David Lynch Foundation, and now a release on Communion Records.
Clear Lake Recording Studios has hosted dozens of acts in its Studio A over the years, like No Doubt, Anthrax, Talking Heads, Ice-T, Melissa Etheridge, Backstreet Boys and Chaka Khan, to name just a few. Many have spent time working in its George Augspurger-designed Studio A, which in recent times now sports S3X-H monitors from ADAM Audio.
Atlanta-based production sound mixer Chris Durfy is currently at work on Stranger Things, a new supernatural original drama series for Netflix, starring Winona Ryder, with a collection of Lectrosonics Digital Hybrid Wireless technology.
The nominations for the 88th annual Academy Awards were announced this morning, including the nomations for Sound Editing and Sound Mixing. The nominee lists for the two categories were virtually identical, with four films nominated for both awards.
UK pro audio supplier HHB Communications provided engineer Anthony Long, owner of The Darkroom with a variety of equipment as part of a studio overhaul for the noted facility, which has existed under a variety of names since 1974.
In 1977, age 11, future mix engineer John Rodd snuck out of the house to see Star Wars; now he’s part of the Star Wars universe, having mixed and mastered Gordy Haab’s original score for the EA Star Wars: Battlefront videogame.
Guitarist Billy Morrison, known for his work with Billy Idol, Ozzy Osbourne and Royal Machines with Dave Navarro, has adopted a “modern vintage” combination of the BAE Audio 1073 preamplifier and 10DC compressor as his go-to signal chain.
Producer/engineer Matteo Marciano has worked around the world on different pop, rock, metal, hip-hop, R&B, funk, electronic and orchestral music projects, but he’s made a name for himself in music-for-picture work, with credits like the mix of triple-platinum single “Cups” by Anna Kendrick, Frozen, Despicable Me 2 and Turbo, among others. These days, all of his mixes have been sent through Metric Halo’s ChannelStrip plug-in.
Songwriting team Richard Rudolph, executive producer, engineer/producer Adam Berg and songwriter/vocal coach Redd Carter have mastered Natalie Zenn’s new album by at Bernie Grundman's with mastering engineer Paul Grundman.
After raising money through GoFundMe, Morgan Mallory headed to Hybrid Studios, where his debut studio album, Manifesto, was recorded, mixed and produced by Grammy Award-winning producer/engineer Philip Allen and mastered by Hybrid's Billy Klein.