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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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    Every year the Deli Magazine stomps on our dreams – and we love them for it.

    44 manufacturers make 2015 the stompiest year yet!

    We’re talking about the Brooklyn Stompbox Exhibit, of course, happening this weekend on September 19-20 at the Williamsburg guitar store Main Drag Music. Exhibit … Read More


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    Roland has introduced their next generation of JUNO synthesizers with JUNO-DS. Expanding on JUNO’s sound quality, the DS includes improved pianos, additional organs, waveform expansion capability, Phrase Pads, new vocal effects, mic input with effects, and more. The previous generation JUNO-Di library is also included in the JUNO-DS, adding … Read More


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    Michael James is music. It’s at the center of absolutely everything he does.

    Michael James and 64 channels of summing mixers.

    The LA-based mix engineer has been riding high all year, thanks to a double #1 hit via his mix of the song “Estrellas Rotas” from the brilliant … Read More


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    Small is BIG! AKG has announced their MicroLite Series of wearable microphones. The small microphones are ideal for discrete vocal reinforcement applications including broadcast, theater, and conference.

    The MicroLite Series microphones include ear-hook and head-worn options, and moisture and EMC resistance. Models include:

    The MicroLite LC81 MD cardioid lavalier.

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    Many great reverb plugins have come out in recent years. A few of my favorites include Universal Audio’s EMT plates and Lexicon 224, along with the more affordable Valhalla reverbs. While we could endlessly debate which plugins should make a “who’s who” list of recent reverbs, I think that most … Read More


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  • 09/29/15--20:15: For Sale: Avatar Studios
  • This is NOT a scoop: Avatar Studios is for sale.

    Unarguably New York City’s signature audio facility, Avatar was first rumored to be available via a minimalist Billboard article that ran on Friday, September 25th. Then, the story officially broke on the New York Times three days later, in … Read More


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    Recently demolished to make way for a parking lot, this historic Nashville studio has risen from the ashes in a new location, arguably better than ever.

    The old location of Studio 19 on Nashville’s fabled “Music Row” (pictured here) was torn down this summer. Now, a new Studio 19 has … Read More


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    Audient is now shipping their ASP8000, offering expansion via ADAT.

    These eight additional channels features 118 dB AD Burr-Brown converters, Audient’s staple console preamp, and a dash of tone control. Two of the channels include a tone control feature with parameters HMX (MOSFET Drive) and IRON (Magnetic Transformer Drive). … Read More


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    Gregory Scott (aka “UBK”) is the founder of Kush Audio and Sly-Fi Digital.

    “UBK” is an acronym that stands for “Useless Bank of Knowledge.” It was intended as sardonic and self-deprecating nickname, and Gregory Scott, owner of Kush Audio and Sly-Fi Digital, uses it in place of his real name, … Read More


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    Brooklyn dance pop duo Matt and Kim released their latest album, Sidewalks, last month on the Fader Label. Lead singer Matt Johnson stopped by The Lodge in NYC earlier this year to attend the album’s mastering session with Joe LaPorta, who also mastered Matt and Kim’s 2009 record, Grand. Matt and Kim recorded Sidewalks with Ben Allen (Gnarls Barkley, […]

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    The producers, engineers and studios behind some of this Fall's most anticipated records, feat. The Weeknd, Kings of Leon and Sleigh Bells.

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    Brooklyn dance pop duo Matt and Kim released their latest album, Sidewalks, last month on the Fader Label.

    Lead singer Matt Johnson stopped by The Lodge in NYC earlier this year to attend the album’s mastering session with Joe LaPorta, who also mastered Matt and Kim’s 2009 record, Grand.

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    The post Matt and Kim’s “Sidewalks” Mastered at The Lodge appeared first on SonicScoop.


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