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Creative Techniques & Technology for Music & Audio Production

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    It’s exhilarating to catch a rising star – and that’s exactly what’s captured here in the latest “Making the Mix Room.”

    Matt “Linny” Linesch and his treasured Trident are a tight musical team.

    What makes Matt “Linny” Linesch shine so bright isn’t the obvious things, however. Yes, his mix credits … Read More


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    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 production arm, casting division and new business department.

    Anthony Pichette is On-Camera Casting Director for Sound Lounge’s … Read More


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    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 particular pair is ideally used for lengthy recording and listening sessions because Telefunken made sure they sound great too! Yes, … Read More


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    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 controllers and an oscilloscope screen. It is widely considered to be the first video game.

    Thirteen years later, Nolan Bushnell and Ted … Read More


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    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 7 PM, those who love their audio can get their hands and ears on some … Read More


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    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 tracks and throw it up on the inter-webs.

    The Solo may be … Read More


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    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 picked to supervise his second solo album is his longtime collaborator Ryan Adams. The result of this critical … Read More


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    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 that will shape who we are as individuals.

    The Marines…and Music

    Alex … Read More


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    The pioneers behind the first electronic drum kits, Simmons, are now catering to the portable generation with Stryke6.

    Designed to work directly with the iPad with their free Stryke6 app, the portable drum pad delivers expressive playing with pedals for hi-hat and kick. The interface can also be … Read More


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    The legendary TC Electronic System 6000 is a standard across the entire spectrum of audio production for its processing capabilities. Now TC Electronic is making it even better. By recognizing that a huge majority of audio processing for music, film and post-production is rooted inside DAWs and NLEs, TC Electronic … Read More


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    On July 10, 2014, a new documentary, titled The Distortion of Sound, premiered at the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles, California. It promised to deliver “an eye-opening exposé of the current state of sound”, enlightening music fans as to what they have been missing out on by listening to the … Read More


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    Brian Beatrice has joined the elite team at Nutmeg.

    The good guys keep on comin’ to Nutmeg Post.

    Now occupying one of the suites at the midtown NYC facility is Emmy Award-winning Sound Designer and Engineer Brian Beatrice. A highly prolific mixer, Beatrice’s portfolio includes short-form work for … Read More


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    Listen in…

    25′ ceilings are just the start. (All photos by Cheryl Fleming Photography)

    Turn your ears Philadelphia way, and you just might hear the call. It’s coming from the new studio of a young engineer they call “The Gear Whisperer.” He takes sonic devices and gives them a … Read More


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    Purveyors of audio capturing devices, Blue Microphones is now reinventing their version of the headphone as we know it. Eliminating any pre-conceived notions about how and what headphones are supposed to be, Blue began designing their new Mo-Fi headphones with unrivaled fidelity in mind that would translate equally across all … Read More


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    Silas Hite knows commercials — and after his workshop, you will too.

    Writing music for commercials is an art form all its own. Emerging composers who want to get in the game now have a sharp new resource at their disposal.

    Emmy-award winning composer Silas Hite is hosting a Commercial Read More


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    I was excited to review the Focusrite iTrack Dock because I’ve been intrigued by iOS for quite some time and finally had a reason to find out what all the hype is about. I’ve seen my fair share of iPad commercials where symphonies are composed in the back of cabs…… Read More


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    It’s been eight years since sE Electronics originally introduced their Reflexion Filter Pro – a portable isolation environment that renders vocal tracks void of nasty reflections and resonant frequencies. In that time the product has seemingly become the defacto in its category. (We see these things in all kinds of … Read More


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    Producer/engineer Dave Trumfio (Built to Spill, The Rentals) brought Kingsize Soundlabs to LA over a decade ago, and like the indie music scene here, it's been growing ever since.

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    When producer/engineer Dave Trumfio moved to Los Angeles in 2000, he was certain of one thing, and that was that he would not be opening another recording studio.

    “After owning a studio in Chicago for ten years I was like, why would I build a studio in L.A. – land Read more...

    The post Inside Kingsize Soundlabs: An Indie Oasis in LA appeared first on SonicScoop.


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