What’s It Like to Mix for 4,000 Fans in a Pandemic?
As the U.S. gets vaccinated, concerts are starting to come back—but what’s it like to mix for 4,000 fans during a pandemic?
Recording NPR’s ‘Tiny Desk Concert’ Podcast at ‘Home’
Audio engineer Josh Rogosin keeps NPR's "Tiny Desk Concert" podcast series alive during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Avid Pro Tools 2020.11’s New Features – A Real-World Review
Avid’s new Pro Tools 2020.11 has a number of new, fresh features; producer/composer Rich Tozzoli shares how they work and fit into his daily workflow.
Avid Pro Tools Carbon Production System – A Real-World Review
Producer/composer Rich Tozzoli has been putting Avid's new Pro Tools | Carbon to the test and says it's "a creative game changer."
Driving Podcast Sound Design: ‘The Alarmist’ Makes Noise
Judicious use of music and sound beds adds an extra layer of comedy and commentary to history podcast The Alarmist.
Creative Editing is Key to ‘Conan O’Brien Needs a Friend’ Podcast
A variety of audio editing tricks help audio producer Matt Gourley ensure that the 'Conan O'Brien Needs A Friend' podcast keeps the laughs coming.
The Dave Ramsey Show Rethinks Its Podcast Workflow
The Dave Ramsey Show is Apple’s fourth most popular podcast—so why is its behind-the-scenes team retraining on audio production processes?
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.
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.
AvidPlay App Adds DIY Dolby Atmos Music Distribution
Artists can now post tracks in Dolby Atmos format to streaming services Amazon Music and Tidal using the AvidPlay distribution platform.
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.
The Cinematic Sound Design of ‘Disgraceland’ and ’27 Club’
Berklee assistant professor of music production/engineering by day, rock n’ roll podcast producer by night, Matthew Beaudoin brings the audio might to ‘Disgraceland’ and ’27 Club.’
Live on KEXP Podcast Blurs the Lines Between Live and Studio Recording
When engineer Kevin Suggs records a live session for Seattle’s KEXP, that becomes the raw materials for podcasts, radio broadcasts, streaming and other formats.
Avid’s Coronavirus Response: Aiding Users During Pandemic
Avid postpones announcing new products to place increased focus on supporting customers now faced with working from home.
‘Embrace the AI revolution’: The growing role of AI in audio workflows
"It’s no secret that AI is quickly becoming a vital cog in the machine"
Avid pulls out of NAB, cancels Avid Connect over Coronavirus outbreak
Avid’s new product introductions will take place online in April; Avid and ACA will host regional Connect events after public safety is assured
Avid promotes Kathy-Anne McManus to chief customer experience officer
McManus was previously SVP of global customer solutions and services