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Creative Techniques & Technology for Music & Audio Production

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    While the 55thAnnual GRAMMY Awards show was all lights, camera, action (as it should be), it’s good to see the less-extroverted producers, engineers, mixers, and remixers get their due.

    Producers produced some winners at the 55th Annual GRAMMY Awards.

    Below are the awards highlights from last night’s shindig at the … Read More

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    When last we saw our heroes, Lightning Boy Audio, they had just unleashed the Bolt Bender, an intriguing Tube EQ pedal with a passive Baxandall circuit and its own optional subtractive EQ “sidecar.”

    The followup is the latest addition to its pedal FX line, the Lightning Boy tube Read More

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    For a minute, it looked like Avid had dropped the drama.

    Will the change in leadership mean a chance in direction?

    Everyone who visited their booth at NAMM a couple of weeks ago saw reassuring signs, as a wave of Avid-shirted workers manned all four sides of their mega-booth. The … Read More

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    The “Get Happy” spot that Volkswagen premiered during last week’s Super Bowl XVLII had no shortage of controversy: people had differing opinions about the protagonist from Minnesota who spoke (almost) like a Jamaican expatriate.

    One component of the commercial that everyone could get behind, however, was Jimmy Cliff’s delicious rendition … Read More

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    It used to be the dream music biz gig was A&R for a major label. Those jobs are certainly becoming scarcer, but the coveted paid occupation of finding new music talent, and helping it to be heard, is alive and well – if you know where to locate it.

    Chrstian … Read More

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    There are three fewer founding partners in the ownership mix at audioEngine.

    audioEngine has consolidated its ownership under founding partner Bob Giammarco.

    Via a post on the audio post-production facility’s Website last month, audioEngine announced that founder Bob Giammarco had acquired the company, which has studios both in … Read More

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    HOLLYWOODOcean Way Recording – the legendary Bill Putnam-designed Hollywood studio where Frank Sinatra, Ray Charles and Radiohead have recorded – has new owners as of this week.

    Sunset Gower + Ocean Way: already neighbors

    Hudson Pacific Properties, Inc., the owners of the adjacent Sunset Gower/Sunset Bronson soundstages has … Read More

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    Towards the end of Dave Grohl’s directorial debut, the rock documentary Sound City, drummer Mick Fleetwood warns us about “the downside” to all the technological advances that have so changed the face of music production: That they might lead a person into “thinking that ‘I can do this all … Read More

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    The original music competition has just intensified on both coasts, courtesy of new moves by Comma Music.

    Comma’s NYC staff (l-r): Lauren Pecorella, Matt Kelly, and Michael Paoletta

    An original music house and library founded in 2001 by the prolific composers Larry Pecorella and Bryan Rheude, Comma Music … Read More

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    Incase you missed this gem back at NAMM, the Epitome from electro-harmonix combines three of the company’s most iconic pedals into one excellent effects pedal. The Epitome is a combination of the Micro POG, the Stereo Electric Mistress and finally, the Holy Grail Plus reverb.

    Is this the trifecta pedal-enthusiasts … Read More

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    Feeling Super Bowl ad withdrawal? Any time of year is good for a recharge of the uncontested Ultimate TV Event of the Western World.

    Did this Super Bowl take Sonic Branding to a next level?

    Here’s a fresh addition to the multitude of Super Bowl ad lists: Stephen Arnold Music, … Read More

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    Two EQs are better than one, especially when they’re available on a Neve.

    To prove it, AMS Neve is making a new EQ option – an 88R-style four-band EQ – available for the Neve Genesys, which is AMS Neve’s custom-crafted, expandable digitally controlled analog recording console that incorporates digital … Read More

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    We can’t return our whole bodies to the 1970’s, but at least our ears can go there.

    Heritage Audio, the Madrid-based manufacturer whose mission is to pay sonic homage to the great 1970’s Neve consoles — but with updated components — has launched the new DMA 73 dual microphone … Read More

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    The constant quest for a destination studio within striking distance of New York City leads logically to Syracuse.

    A renowned college town, it’s no wonder that the recording scene is on the rise here. For the myriad regional musicians, as well as artists seeking a respite a few hours drive … Read More

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    The behind-the-scenes stars were out on Sunday in Hollywood.

    The MPSE honored the top achievers in cinema sound — and beyond — last night in LA.

    For pure sonic quality in feature films, TV, animation, documentary, and video games, the 60th Motion Picture Sound Editors (MPSE) Golden Reel Awards were … Read More

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    There’s no official President of Pro Audio, but the CEO who runs Avid comes closest to holding that title. Just like the President of the United States is often referred to as the Leader of the Free World, the person who runs the Burlington, MA-based media technology company has responsibilities … Read More

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  • 02/19/13--16:33: MuTools Releases MuLab 5 DAW
  • Whether or not you have heard of this particular DAW system from MuTools, MuLab 5 has always been one to blaze it’s own trail in one way or another amongst other DAW heavyweights. Apart from being affordable, what immediately sets MuLab apart from others is it’s MUX (multiplexer) VST  … Read More

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    GREATER NYC AREA: New works by David Bowie, Vampire Weekend, She & Him, Azealia Banks, John Scofield, Common and more have been in production all over the city – in the studios highlighted below. Where’s everyone recording? And who’s working with who? Here is our neighborhood-by-neighborhood guide to recent … Read More

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    New tools to enhance creativity and workflow for sound design are always welcome.

    Composers and sound designers working for film, TV, and gaming now have a new option available with ASSAULT, a virtual instrument freshly introduced by the NY-based developer Sample Logic.

    ASSAULT contains over 850 instruments and … Read More

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    Time to change things up: SAE New York, which has resided in the nonstop buzz of Herald Square for the last 10 years, announced that it will be moving to a new campus in Chelsea.

    SAE New York will have a new Chelsea address, later this summer.

    Starting this … Read More

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