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TransAudio Group To Distribute Bettermaker’s Analog EQ’s With Plug-In Remote...

Bettermaker is behind a few of the most unique analog equalizers that have been produced in our modern age — starting now, US distributor TransAudio Group can get Bettermaker’s latest and bestest into...

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How to Make a Production Music Library in 10 Steps — Lessons From The Vault

We’ve been making music for a long time. And we’ve been lucky enough at Stephen Arnold Music to produce branded music packages for some of the largest networks in the world. Volumes from...

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G-Sonique Releases Pultronic EQ-50M Mid-Range Vacuum Tube EQ

Based on the design of their popular EQ-110P plug-in released a few years ago, G-Sonique is taking their Pultronic design to the mid-range with EQ-50M. The plugin focuses to add more color and harmonic...

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Stewart Copeland, Jeff Beal To Keynote 1st Annual Production Music Conference...

If its masterful mentors you seek, look no further. Stewart Copeland (picture) will keynote the afternoon session of the PMC, and Jeff Beal will keynote in the morning. The first annual Production...

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Drums Anywhere Debuts – Turns Any Surface Into a Drum Kit

This may be a drum dream come true. Of course, nothing stands in for a real drum kit. But for any personal studio producer or composer tired of trying to bang out a natural rhythm on a MIDI keyboard,...

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Return of the Record Label Recording Studio – ECR Music Group’s NYC Home Base

Is the record label recording studio back on the rise? ECR Music Group’s studio provides a welcoming window on recording. Time was when a record company and their own recording studio were inseparable....

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Mix with Maury: How and Why Distortion Can Replace the Need for EQ & Compression

Get a sharp idea of what distortion can do for your mixes. (Image by Shutterstock) As mixers, two of our main objectives are to achieve a balance in both the frequency response and the dynamic range....

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XILS-lab Releases DeeS – Transparent De-Esser Plug-In

DeeS from XILS is the first of a new plug-in line designed to provide phenomenal production possibilities. DeeS promises to rid your precious recordings of sneaky sibilance with ease – Removal is...

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Mix With The Masters Announces Michael Brauer – November 9-15

Want to close out 2014 in style? Your ears and eyes will be opened by Michael Brauer. The year’s finale for Mix with the Masters assures it, hosting mixing superstar Michael Brauer from November 9-15th...

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Review: Blue Cat Audio Patchwork 1.4 – By Bassy Bob

Recently I was introduced to quite an amazing and innovative plugin tool for DAWs, called Patchwork by Blue Cat Audio. When I saw it, it immediately reminded me of the Dangerous Liaison, which allows...

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Propellerhead Announces Reason 8 – New Workflow & Additional Content

The melody, beat, processing beast has officially received a makeover. Propellerhead has announced Reason 8, allowing better workflow and expanded content through a massive restructuring. The new...

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Devil Technologies Launches DTouch for Pro Tools V1.2 – Powerful Multi-Touch...

Has multi-touch Pro Tools control for the rest of us arrived? Devil Technologies, which released DTouch for Pro Tools in Spring of this year, is making a bigger noise with the launch of V1.2. The...

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Career Corner: Three Big Tips for Aspiring Assistant Engineers

I write this as a follow-up to Andrew Koss’s excellent article, “Recording Studio Internships: How NOT to Get One — and How to Get 10 Offers,” which advises would-be interns on what it takes to get in...

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Audio Post Moves: Sound Lounge Announces New Hires and Business Expansion

People are in motion at Sound Lounge, the large-scale audio post facility in NYC’s Flatiron District. In all, the company has announced the addition of three new positions to their creative video...

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Telefunken Introduces THP-29 Extreme Isolation Headphones

TELEFUNKEN Elektroakustik has released a pair of headphones designed for extreme isolation. The Telefunken THP-29 cans are closed back headphones that those in live sound would be familiar with. This...

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Level Up: The Evolution of Video Game Audio

In 1958, nuclear physicist William A. Higinbotham created a crude electronic tennis game for visitors to Brookhaven National Laboratory. “Tennis for Two” consisted of an analog computer, two...

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Manley, Dangerous, and Blue Microphones Visit Brooklyn via Audio Power Tools...

Three big names are converging on Studio G in Brooklyn this Thursday, August 21st. Manley Labs, Dangerous Music, and Blue Microphones will be the guests of Audio Power Tools that evening. Beginning at...

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Focusrite Announces Scarlett Solo – Very Affordable 96k/24-bit Interface

If it hasn’t already been deciphered by the name, the Scarlett Solo has a single mic pre and a single instrument input – a simple recording solution for those who just need to jot down a few mono...

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Ethan Johns’ “The Reckoning”: Why Ryan Adams Produced, and the Studio...

When the producer is the artist, who produces that producer? Ethan Johns beckons anew with “The Reckoning”. In the case of singer/songwriter and Grammy-nominated producer Ethan Johns, the person he...

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Music as Survival: A Marine’s Military-Spec Studio Checklist

Everyone encounters obstacles in life. Some may be more daunting than others, but we all strive to find a way to overcome and adapt to make it through. In the end, it is what we learn from experience...

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