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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...

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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...

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MilkBoy’s Unique Ecosystem Grows

A quarter century after composer Jamie Lokoff and producer/engineer Tommy Joyner partnered on MilkBoy, the operation has grown to encompass a top studio, two popular bars and an audio post subsidiary.

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Tiny Telephone Hangs It Up in San Francisco

Tiny Telephone has been a mainstay of the San Francisco indie music scene for 22 years, but owner John Vanderslice is bringing things to a close this July, as he gets ready to sell off priceless gear to pay...

Recording

Studio Showcase: June Audio Returns to Utah

After 20 years away, June Audio has returned to Provo, UT, with a newly built, Wes Lachot-designed multiroom facility housing EDM production suites, live rooms and a considerable collection of instruments, backline and accessories.

Recording

Audible Opens Studios in Paris

The state-of-the-art studio space is home to a multi-cast recording studio and multiple recording booths for podcast recording or solo narration.

Blogs

Should the South’s First Studio Be Saved?

By Clive Young. The site where the first country music hit was recorded stands at the center of a legal battle in Atlanta that pits local preservationists against a major resort developer. At stake is nothing less than a...

Recording

Henszey Sound Gets Immersed in Immersive

By Steve Harvey. As momentum builds behind immersive music releases, Dave Henszey has opened Henszey Sound, a recording and mixing facility overlooking Universal City in Los Angeles that is fully outfitted for Dolby Atmos and stereo work.

Business

Studio Design Shifts with the Times

By Steve Harvey. Studio designers are finding less work at commercial music recording studios, and an increasing emphasis on the education market, audio post-production houses, podcast studios and home-based production rooms.

Recording

Leesta Vall’s Fast-Paced Lathe

By Steve Harvey. Brooklyn’s Leesta Vall Sound Recordings has cut more than 700 sessions live to vinyl using a mix of modern and vintage gear, including an ancient Presto K8 portable vinyl record lathe.

Recording

In Search of the Perfect Signal Chain

By Steve Harvey. Maor Appelbaum’s mastering desk is an ever-changing patchwork of old and new gear, with units swapped in and out in his eternal quest for something newer, better or just different.

Recording

Gold Diggers Reinvents the Destination Studio

By Steve Harvey. Nestled in East Hollywood at a notorious site, Gold Diggers has opened as a boutique hotel, club and music recording facility masterminded by L.A. nightlife impresario Dave Neupert and Kingsize Soundlabs' Dave Trumfio.

Recording

Dave Way Shows the Way It’s Done

By Steve Harvey. Multiple Grammy-winning engineer and producer Dave Way, who has worked with nearly everyone (only a slight exaggeration), chats about working on the latest 7Horse project and his home-based Waystation Studio.

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