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Creative Techniques & Technology for Music & Audio Production

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    Now at seven years and counting, the home of one of the world’s premier EDM festivals is the global music capital of New York City – right where it should be.

    In 2015, the famed event is going by the moniker Electric Zoo: Transformed, taking place on September 4-6 … Read More


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    The 5 Co-Hosts for the 2nd Annual Pensado Awards: Randy Jackson, Young Guru, Chris Lord-Alge, Sylvia Massy and Justin Meldal-Johnsen

    In the late 1950’s, the Hollywood Walk of Fame committee called on a select group of music executives to compile a list of recording industry personnel who had made a … Read More


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    Justin Colletti is back on the SonicScoop video blog, this time with some quick tips on getting the most out of your parallel compression technique.

    In the short video below, Justin reveals two of the most important factors in getting great results out of this technique, with the approach also … Read More


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    One of the leading names in pre-assembled acoustical treatment is now shipping their new and improved Sustain v2 Bamboo Sound Diffusors.

    Pictured L-R: Auralex’s family of Sustain™ v2 Bamboo Sound Diffusors. Auralex Sustain Lens™ v2, Sustain Prism™ v2, Sustain QuadraTec™ v2, Sustain Pyramid™ v2 and Sustain Metro™ v2.

    The … Read More


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    Neve 88RS MKII from Universal Audio

    Universal Audio’s emulation of the Neve 88RS channel strip was originally released in 2007, and has become a well loved tool in the UAD-2 toolkit.

    In recent years however, Universal Audio has adopted the practice of improving upon old plug-in code, creating even more … Read More


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    For most engineers, the ultimate goal is to be able to “feel” their way through a mix, and to do their work in a completely natural and intuitive way.

    Much like professional musicians, who often transcribe great solos with the hope that in time, that conscious effort will lead to … Read More


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    With summer drawing to a close, Avid is looking to heat up demand for Pro Tools.

    Pro Tools 12 graduates to 12.2, with lower pricing and more features.

    The company announced today that Pro Tools 12.2 has been launched, and with it lower prices across the board for the … Read More


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    Getting more for less is always appealing. Audio pros who have been considering the Sonnox Restore Suite now have that pleasant prospect at hand.

    Restore is available for a big discount through October 31st.

    Restore has now been released in 64-bit format, making it compatible with Pro Tools 11 & … Read More


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    This is a guest post by producer/songwriter Eyal Levi [The Black Dahlia Murder, Chelsea Grin, The Contortionist, Daath]. He has recently collaborated with Drumforge to create an all-new sample library, compatible with Kontakt and Trigger.

    #1: Think Like A Drummer

    One of the telltale signs of an amateur … Read More


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    iZotope announced at IBC 2015 that they will be bundling several of their current software products to produce the RX Post Production Suite that also includes the RX 5 Audio Editor, a significant new update to its RX Platform.

    iZotope’s new Post Production Suite is available now.

    The … Read More


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    Transaudio Group is now shipping the Drawmer 1978 Stereo FET Compressor, capturing vintage character with an extended tonal palette.

    The all analog rack-mount compressor comes equipped with the standard parameter set including threshold, ratio, attack, and release, but also includes a nice set of additional parameters.

    The Drawmer … Read More


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  • 09/11/15--09:43: New Gear Review: BAE 1073MPL
  • The BAE 1073 MPL

    1073. Among audio engineers, these numbers evoke reverence, tradition, and occasionally, lust.

    The presence of these classic modules in so many famous studios, along with the records made with them attest to the lasting appreciation for this fabled design.

    Vintage units are highly coveted, and internet … Read More


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    It’s not an appetite for destruction – this is a parallel for detection.

    It’s 5 in 1 with Waves’ new eMo D5.

    If we seem to speak cryptically, allow us to clarify: Waves Audio has launched the eMo D5 Dynamics plugin, which is the first plugin to use Waves’ … Read More


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    Behind every audio engineer, there’s an engineering exec like Larry Pendergrass.

    In July, Pendergrass was named SVP of Engineering at LOUD Technologies, and now he has a lot on his shoulders. There are six brands under the pro audio conglomerate’s corporate umbrella, including Mackie and Ampeg — two names that … Read More


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  • 09/15/15--08:36: The Best Way to Start a Mix?
  • Sometimes the worst way to to start a mix is at the beginning. What does that mean? Click below to find out as Justin Colletti offers a better way to start your mixes off right:

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    As we’re all aware Universal Audio is no stranger to the OS X environment. In fact, UA has traditionally made its Apollo interfaces specifically available for Mac over Thunderbolt – Until today!

    Windows users will now be able to harness the power of UAD Processing with the portable Apollo Twin Read More


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    At IBC 2015, HARMAN JBL Professional (yes, that is the full legal name) has announced a new modular referencing monitor system. The take from this system is that it can be scaled to any size room, and excels in the dialog range.

    First up in JBL’s new 7 Series … Read More


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    The Axis EQ plugin from Sly-Fi Digital

    Sly-Fi Digital, a newly founded digital arm of UBK Audio, launched last month with what seems like highly varied product line, especially when you consider the fact that they’ve only released three plugins to date.

    At first glance I was drawn … Read More


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    Much of audio engineering is about avoiding distortion. Outside of guitar sounds and tube saturation, “distortion” is often considered a dirty word.

    “Dirty” is all a matter of perspective though, and sometimes a little added grit can really accentuate your pristine sounds. Other times, a bit of overblown aggressiveness is … Read More


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    There’s no shortage of instant stardom machines to transfix kids and their devoted parents. From “America’s Got Talent” to “The Voice” – not to mention what a hot YouTube channel can do – fame today just looks so easy.

    Steven Beer is spreading essential knowledge across generations with his new … Read More


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