Ghost-Engineering Meek Mill’s ‘Quarantine Pack’ EP
Platinum-selling rapper Meek Mill thrives recording in an in-person setting, but the pandemic made that impossible. His longtime engineer Anthony Cruz shares how they overcame the challenge, kept the energy up remotely and tracked the recent Quarantine Pack EP....
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?
Grammy Engineering and Production Winners Announced
The Recording Academy announced the winners of the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards in an audience-free show that reflected some of the events of the past year and the coronavirus pandemic.
COVID-19 Relief Package Will Help Pro Audio Industry
Congress’ new $900 Billion COVID-19 Relief Package, expected to pass this week, includes the Save Our Stages Act, plus gig worker benefits, a revived Small Business PPP and more.
How the ‘Freakonomics Radio’ Podcast Got Organized
The podcast, based on the hugely successful ‘Freakonomics’ books, stays on track thanks to its highly organized workflow.
Audio Op-Ed: Live Sound Has Answers for Other Markets
Half-formed hybrid plans due to COVID-19 are everywhere; Live Sound and AV can help make them whole, says Graham Hendry of Renkus-Heinz.
How One College is Holding Real-Time Remote Rehearsals
Moody Bible Institute’s vocal and instrumental programs faced having to rehearse with players remotely separated. Professor David Gauger found a solution.
Inside the Workflow of Stitcher’s ‘All American: Tiger Woods’ Podcast
A well-oiled workflow paved the way for Stitcher's golf podcast, 'All American: Tiger Woods,' to stay on track after the pandemic forced the production team to work remotely.
‘Dead Eyes’ Podcast Team Focuses on the ‘X’ Factor
Why the hit narrative comedy podcast 'Dead Eyes' values the perfect take over technical purity.
Providing Socially Distanced Concert Sound in Belgium
The Studio 100 Pop-Up Theatre in Belgium usually hosts 2,000 spectators, but is now holding concerts for 200 spread across the same space.
Podcast Explores Yorkville Sound’s Ventilator Production During Pandemic
The latest episode of the Yorkville Sound Podcast focuses on how the manufacturer responded to the COVID-19 pandemic by pivoting to build ventilators.
Scientists Hold Concerts to Determine How to Bring Shows Back
Researchers in Germany recently held three concerts in a single day to investigate how the coronavirus is likely transmitted in group settings. The team hopes to use the data gleaned from the event to create guidelines for governmental agencies...
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.'
Live Sound Showcase: Live Sound Livens Up the NBA Bubble
Faced with the threat of an idle summer during the pandemic, tour sound provider Firehouse Productions realized the NBA Bubble would need immersive crowd sounds at games before the NBA did. Now what seemed like a wild idea is...