Damien Gerard Studios Takes First Origin Down Under
Damien Gerard Studios became Australia’s first client for the new Solid State Logic Origin after relocating to West Gosford in New South Wales
Mackie MP-360 & MP-460 In-Ear Monitors — A Real-World Review
Recording pro Fela Davis puts two different models of Mackie IEMs — the MP-360 and the MP-460 — to the test in the studio, and comes away impressed.
Flexible Engineering Helps ‘Story Pirates’ Sail to 20M Downloads
Unconventional recording and editing approaches have helped the ‘Story Pirates’ Podcast keep its ships aligned.
The Mix Consultancy: Are Modular Synths Useful to Mix Engineers?
Modular synths are all the rage; Grammy-winning engineer Dom Morley looks at how they can fit into modern mixing.
REAL-WORLD REVIEW: Avid Pro Tools Carbon Production System
Producer/composer Rich Tozzoli has been putting Avid's new Pro Tools | Carbon to the test and says it's "a creative game changer."
Dirac Live Room Calibration/Correction – A Real-World Review
Purpose-built rooms with ideal acoustic treatments may not need room correction software, but all the rest do. Producer/studio owner Rob Tavaglione takes a look at the latest entrant in the field, Dirac Live, and finds it may be the...
Top Guitar Miking Tips—How to Capture a Roaring Guitar Amp
Recording guitars so that they still sound big on small speakers isn’t easy. Here’s guitar miking advice from the pros, sharing how they’ve miked the likes of Alex Lifeson (Rush), Ace Frehley (Kiss) and other guitar legends.
TransAudio Group Introduces the New MUTEC REF10 SE120
MUTEC Improves Upon Its Industry-Leading REF10 Audiophile 10 MHz Reference Master Clock with an Advanced Oven-Controlled Quartz Oscillator LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – NOVEMBER 2020: TransAudio Group, the U.S. distributor of the world’s finest high-end professional audio recording equipment, is...
Bettermaker Unveils Very-Limited Edition Darthlimiter
Celebrating the Sale of 1,000 Mastering Limiters, Bettermaker Comes Up with the Very Cool-Looking, Very Awesome-Sounding, Very-Limited-Edition Darthlimiter LAS VEGAS, NEVADA: Borrowing a certain heavy-breaking, distance-choking intergalactic villain’s timeless style, the very-limited-edition Darthlimiter celebrates 1,000 Bettermaker Mastering Limiter units...
Can a Neumann TLM 103 or AKG C 451 EB Mic Record an Entire Band?
If these two proven, classic condenser mics were the only choices, could they mic a whole band? How do they directly compare to each other with a neutral signal path, no signal processing, no pre-conceptions and no hype? Reviewer...
Eventide ShimmerVerb Plug-In — A Real-World Review
Producer/composer Rich Tozzoli puts the Eventide Shimmerverb plug-in to the test and finds it "opens up a whole new world."
Explosion, Fire Destroys Blue Sprocket Sound Studio
A massive explosion rocked a shopping mall in Harrisonburg, VA on Saturday, Oct. 17, destroying a number of businesses in the ensuing fire, including Blue Sprocket Sound recording studio.
Peek Inside the Private Studio of Herman’s Hermits’ Keith Hopwood
1960s rock star Keith Hopwood of Herman’s Hermits has put his sprawling UK estate—and two-floor, amply appointed barn studio—on the market.
SMPTE Hollywood Section’s “Ask a Hollywood Expert” to Feature Mastering Engineer Jett Galindo
SMPTE Hollywood will feature mastering engineer and vinyl cutter Jett Galindo in the next edition of its webinar series Career Advice: Ask a Hollywood Expert.
Podcast Audio Compression—How and Why with ‘Eric Krasno Plus One’
‘Eric Krasno Plus One’ producer Matt Dwyer dishes on his tight audio game—“It's a lot different than producing music….”
Daking Adds Jensen Transformers in the New Comp IIT Minimal-Parameter/Maximum-Sound Compressor
LAS VEGAS NEVADA: TransAudio Group, the U.S. distributor of Geoff Daking’s beautiful-sounding analog processors and other high-end professional recording equipment, is pleased to announce the release of the Daking Comp IIT. The release follows closely on the heels of...
The METAlliance Report: Sound Aesthetics – It’s Written in Stone
Multiple GRAMMY winner Frank Filipetti uses a rock-solid analogy to look at the different approaches to sound design.