Music, Etc.: Ranky Tanky — Gullah, Good Time and a Grammy Win
Based around the rhythms and culture of Gullah-Geechee, Ranky Tanky’s 2019 album "Good Time" won this year’s Grammy for Best Regional Roots Album.
Men Still Dominate the Music Industry, Report Finds
The third annual USC Annenberg Inclusion Initiative reports, men still greatly outnumber women in the upper reaches of the music industry, particularly behind the glass.
30 Berklee alumni and faculty nominated for Grammy Awards
For the second year in a row, David “Swagg R’Celious” Harris received a nomination in the Album of the Year category
Grammy Pros Share How to Overcome Recording Obstacles
Top pros weighed in on topics ranging from “demoitis” to the role of the producer.
P&E Wing Sets All-Star Engineering Panel for Summer NAMM
Panel of top engineers to share insights and advice at Summer NAMM
Jack Renner, Grammy-Winning Engineer/Label Founder, Dead at 84
By Clive Young. Music teacher-turned-Grammy winning engineer Jack Renner co-founded Telarc in 1977.
Book Review: Al Schmitt On the Record—The Magic Behind the Music
Arguably the most successful engineer ever, Al Schmitt has worked with everyone from Duke Ellington to Dr. Dre—and now he's written an autobiography to tell the tale and share what he's learned along the way.
Recent studies show women in music and audio are underrepresented
The USC Annenberg Inclusion Initiative's analysis of Billboard charts and Grammy nominations have revealed that women in music and audio are being marginalised
Consumed with Music Consumption
By Clive Young. While public accolades recognizing talent and hard work are fulfilling, for many creatives in the industry, whether they’re artists, producers, engineers or something else, their greatest, most gratifying award is something that the rest of the...
Calvin Harris, Greg Kurstin and Blake Mills among 2018 Grammy nominees
Find out which producers have picked up 2018 Grammy nominations