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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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Simmons Introduces Stryke6 iPad Drum Controller

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...

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TC Electronic Announces Complete System 6000 Integration for Pro Tools, DAWs,...

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...

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“The Distortion of Reality”

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...

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Audio Post Moves: Nutmeg Post Adds Sound Designer/Engineer Brian Beatrice

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...

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New Studios: Spice House Sound – Philadelphia, PA

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...

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Blue Introduces New Mo-Fi Headphones – Headphones With Built-In Audiophile...

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...

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“Commercial Scoring Workshop” Debuts from Emmy-Winning Composer Silas Hite

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...

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Review: Focusrite iTrack Dock, iPad Audio Interface — by Erin Barra

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...

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sE Electronics Introduces SPACE – Their New High Performance Reflexion Filter

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...

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Avoiding Pitfalls of Music Law, with Entertainment Lawyer Ron Skoler

Image by Flickr user Felipe Cardoso Moreira de Oliveira At some point all musicians must ask themselves: Is this a job or a hobby? Even those able to make it to that mountaintop of gainful employment...

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FabFilter Releases Pro-Q 2 Equalizer Filter Plug-In

On top of the already gorgeous interface, this major update from the original FabFilter Pro-Q brings us a host of new features along with all of the originals. Pro-Q 2 boasts a few key additions –...

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ATC Launches the ATC SCM20ASL PRO MKII – Small-Format, 2-Way Active Reference...

ATC has done one of its top monitors one better. The ATC SCM20ASL Pro MKII features new dual-suspension 15mm tweeters. TransAudioGroup, the US rep for ATC, today announced the arrival the ATC SCM20ASL...

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Native Instruments Announces KOMPLETE 10 and KOMPLETE 10 ULTIMATE

Among the best in music and sound production, the massive effects and production package known as KOMPLETE 10 is upon us. Native Instruments has refined their production suite with new instruments,...

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IMSTA FESTA Returns to NYC – 9/27 at SAE Institute

Every year, we’re happy to see IMSTA FESTA show up in New York City. “A Celebration of Music Technology”, it’s true that an upbeat atmosphere always pervades this annual event. It’s an excellent chance...

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7 Steps to Award-Winning Sound Design: “Human Revolution – Deus Ex”

Space: the final frontier for sound designers. Deus-Ex  sounds as riveting as it looks. Any audio artist can go gaga with gadgetry on the teaser trailer for a sci-fi fantasy – it takes something more...

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Dave Smith Instruments Introduces The DSM01 Curtis Filter Module

The Curtis Filter from Dave Smith Instruments has been an integral part of their sound since its original debut in the Sequential Circuits Prophet-5 from 1978. Now, with the DSM01, DSI is contributing...

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Review: Focal Alpha 65 Active 2-Way Near Field Monitor — by Carmen Borgia

Focal is a French company that designs and manufactures a wide variety of speakers and other products in the areas of audiophile, home cinema, headphone and car systems. In the world of studio...

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iZotope Releases RX 4 and RX 4 Advanced — Audio Repair and Enhancement Toolkit

Recent recipient of an Emmy for RX, their flagship audio repair and enhancement software, iZotope now brings to us their fourth edition. Along with being able to already handle problems like noise,...

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The Ever-Expanding World of Eurorack Modular Synths

The Doepfer A-100, originator of the “Eurorack” modular synth format. The world of electronic instruments once seemed stubbornly esoteric and entirely niche-focused, dominated by huge wooden boxes...

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