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Renew Your Room Acoustics, Part 1: Waves and Pressure

The energy that we put into our listening rooms, home theaters, and professional recording studios comes in two main forms. We have waves of energy and we have rays. For purposes of this discussion and...

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137th AES Convention: G-Technology and Gobbler Partner For Streamlined Audio...

It’s no secret that the entertainment industry works daily with massive amounts of data. Some of those users prefer external drives, and some prefer cloud storage. Well, G-Technology, and Gobbler plan...

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Apogee Introduces New Ensemble

Apogee Electronics has announced their new Ensemble 30×34 Thunderbolt 2 audio interface for Mac-based studios. New Apogee Ensemble ($2,495). Click to enlarge. With this latest iteration, Apogee has...

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Is the Mastering Engineer Still Relevant?

A Neumann lathe, used to cut master discs for the production of vinyl records. Years ago, the term “Mastering Engineer” was a very literal one. The “M.E.” was simply the person responsible for creating...

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137th AES Convention: RTW Mastering Tools PlugIn Makes US Debut

RTW is a software developer with nearly 50 years of combined audio software and hardware under their belt. Based out of Cologne, Germany, they are officially introducing their RTW Mastering Tools...

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Chandler Limited Introduces REDD.47 Tube Preamp – Latest Addition to Abbey...

There’s the music that came out of Abbey Road, and then there’s the gear. The former is available to all the world, while the latter has been a pleasure reserved for the select few. Happily, one of the...

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SSL Debuts New Live L300 Compact Console, V2.5 Software

Small can be more: The Solid State Logic Live console line is the latest proof. That’s because SSL has just announced the new SSL Live L300 console, a compact addition to their live console lineup. It...

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137th AES in Review: What Happened in the Return to Los Angeles?

AES in LA rolls off the tongue nicely…and it sounds like the chorus of a breezy hit tune in the making. The Los Angeles Convention Center was the AES mothership for 2014. Anyone want to collaborate on...

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SoundToys Announces Soundtoys 5 – All 12 PlugIns Together As One Effects Rack

Since their start, CEO and lead designer, Ken Bogdanowicz, has envisioned SoundToys plugins to be able to sculpt audio together as a single unit. The release of SoundToys 5 realizes this plan with all...

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Gear Highlights from the 137th AES: 21 Picks to Power Your Studio

You know how we vibed off of the 137th AES. But what about the new tech that really tickles our fancy? While the massive breakthrough eluded us in 2014, there was plenty of evolutionary elements to...

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Antelope Audio Launches Satori – Analog Monitoring & Summing System

It’s everything Zen, once again, at Antelope Audio. The Om this time emits from Satori, a true analog monitoring and summing system just launched by Antelope. It builds on what the company started with...

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NYC Event: Brooklyn StompBox Exhibit – 10/25 & 10/26

Three times a charm – and four is just a little more. We refer to the 4th edition of the Brooklyn Stompbox Exhibit, going down at Williamsburg’s famed Main Drag Music. Brought to you by The Deli,...

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Composer Cribs: Goodpenny – Chelsea, New York City

In NYC, dream teams are the standard, and Goodpenny is one place you’ll find a full set of composing talent. Featuring David Wolfert, Andrew Hollander, and Lawrence Manchester, Goodpenny has some...

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An Assistant Engineer’s Guide to Assisting Engineers (and Producers)

So, you’ve finally made it! Congratulations. You’re no longer “the intern”. You won’t be getting everyone’s coffee, picking up lunch orders, vacuuming the live room, and doing other menial chores all...

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Studio Prodigy Master Class Series – Recording Engineer Jim Scott Hosts...

Studio Prodigy Master Class Series (SPMS) is a live attendance seminar where music industry professionals share their knowledge in major studios throughout Los Angeles. Past presenters include Eddie...

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How is U2 Still Together?

In U2’s 35-plus years of existence, no member has ever died, been fired, or left. The members of U2 have never gone on an “indefinite hiatus” or succumbed to splintering solo projects. On the contrary,...

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Audio Post Expansion: Heard City Constructing Brooklyn Facility in DUMBO

It was inevitable, but also curious that it took this long. Nevertheless, the wait is over. An established Manhattan audio post facility is expanding across the East River, with audio post production...

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Reloop Launches the Reloop NEON — Pad Controller for Serato, MIDI & DAW

NEON has launched – it marks Reloop’s first hardware controller for Serato. An official Serato accessory, this is for the DJ seeking plug and play tactile control over their effects in Serato software....

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AMS Neve Launches Genesys Black – Digitally Controlled Analog Console

We have you now: Announced during the 137th AES convention and on display at the Professional Audio Design booth, the AMS Neve Genesys Black is a digitally controlled analog console. Let’s clear up...

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New Room: Frequency Recording – White Plains, NY

We salute our bravest – those tough-as-nails audio warriors who must record at any cost. This is why we believe in rooms like Frequency Recording, a new take on founder Rich Fabrizio’s vision for a...

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