How Talkhouse Built a Podcast Production Process COVID-19 Can’t Break
When ‘Talkhouse’ host and producer Elia Einhorn got COVID-19, it put the popular podcast’s workflow to the test. The workflow won.
‘Wrongful Conviction’ Adapts to Life on the Inside
By Jim Beaugez. We’re all experiencing social isolation, but for this podcast team, changing how it produces the show is only part of the experience.
Apollo Masters Fire May Bottleneck Vinyl Record Production
A catastrophic fire at Apollo Masters, North America’s sole supplier of lacquer vinyl mastering blanks, is widely expected to setback the Vinyl Revival.
Finneas on Producing Billie Eilish’s Hit Album in his Bedroom
Finneas O’Connell—Billie Eilish's co-writer, producer, older brother and an artist in his own right—discusses recording her sonically adventurous debut at their family home.
United Studio Technologies UT FET47 Microphone Announced
The UT FET47 microphone will be the first product to be released by newly founded pro audio manufacturer United Studio Technologies.
Stitcher’s Flexible New Facility
By Steve Harvey. Podcast network Stitcher recently moved into its new headquarters in Midtown Manhattan, building out a 2,000-square-foot production complex comprising three studios, two edit rooms and two iso booths designed in concert with WSDG Walters-Storyk Design Group.
Jeff Alexander, Former Sennheiser Executive, Dead at 56
Former Sennheiser sales executive Jeff Alexander died on Monday, December 17, 2018.
At AES: The Show Floor Shuffle—A Peek at New Products
Mix Editor in Chief Tom Kenny guest posts about his travels across the AES Convention.
An Interview with Wolfgang Fraissenet on Neumann’s 90th Anniversary
We’re live from the Audio Engineering Society show in NYC talking to Neumann about their 90th anniversary.
Music, Etc.: The Luxembourg Signal – Field of Vision
By Jacques Sonyieux. Transatlantic act The Luxembourg Signal spill what it was like recording their latest album across the ocean.
View from the Top: Wolfgang Fraissinet, Sennheiser Electronic
Wolfgang Fraissinet has worked for Neumann since 1990, yet his involvement in music and sound has been a lifelong journey.