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Road Veterans Share Their Tips On What To Eat On Tour

Except for a few outposts in small parts of the world, no one is out on the road making music at the moment. The lockdown won’t last forever though and there will be a time when everyone that can tour will tour so now is a good time to prepare. If you’ve ever been on … Continue reading Road Veterans Share Their Tips On What To Eat On Tour

New Music Gear Monday: Massenburg Design Works MDWEQ6 Equalizer Plugin

We all take parametric equalizers for granted these days but the fact of the matter was that it was a rather radical departure in EQ design when George Massenburg first proposed it in his AES paper in 1972. Since then the parametric has become a standard tool in most recording studios (certainly in plugins). Besides … Continue reading New Music Gear Monday: Massenburg Design Works MDWEQ6 Equalizer Plugin

Revisión: Mackie ProFX16v3 Mixer con efectos incorporados y USB

Mezclador de efectos Mackie ProFX16v3 con revisión USB Prueba A Largo Plazo Lee esta reseña en Inglés     Mackie lanzó recientemente la tercera versión de su serie de mezcladores ProFX con efectos integrados y conectividad USB. Nos embarcamos en una prueba a largo plazo de la versión de 16 canales, pero nos encontramos con … Continue reading Revisión: Mackie ProFX16v3 Mixer con efectos incorporados y USB

Online Concerts, Things We Don’t Miss About Analog Studios, And Studio Designer John Brandt On My Latest Podcast

My guest on the podcast this week is John Brandt, who’s owned studios and built custom audio equipment in both the UK and Nashville before delving deeper into the world of studio design.  John’s company JHBrandt Acoustic Designs now provides design and consulting services to music studios, commercial video and cinema facilities, home recording studios, home theaters, presentation … Continue reading Online Concerts, Things We Don’t Miss About Analog Studios, And Studio Designer John Brandt On My Latest Podcast

Engineer Steve Albini On Recording Drums

One of the most respected of the new breed of engineers, Steve Albini gained his considerable experience and reputation working primarily with underground and alternative bands. While his most famous credit remains Nirvana’s “In Utero”, Steve has worked with a diverse lineup of artists such as PJ Harvey, The Pixies, The Stooges, Cheap Trick, Silkworm, … Continue reading Engineer Steve Albini On Recording Drums

RØDE Microphones’ Peter Freedman Buys Kurt Cobain’s 1959 Martin D-18E Acoustic Guitar For $6.01 Million

Peter Freedman, founder of RØDE Microphones, has purchased Kurt Cobain’s 1959 Martin D-18E acoustic guitar for $6.01 million…

New Music Gear Monday: Radial Engineering HDI High-Definition Direct Box

If you’ve been reading this blog for a while you know that I’m a big fan of all products from Radial Engineering, but their direct boxes in particular. The JDI has been a long-time a standard for both studio and live and with good reason. It’s built like a tank and will last forever, and … Continue reading New Music Gear Monday: Radial Engineering HDI High-Definition Direct Box

Online Concerts, Things We Don’t Miss About Studios, And Studio Designer John Brandt On My Latest Podcast

My guest on the podcast this week is John Brandt, who’s owned studios and built custom audio equipment in both the UK and Nashville before delving deeper into the world of studio design.  John’s company JHBrandt Acoustic Designs now provides design and consulting services to music studios, commercial video and cinema facilities, home recording studios, home theaters, presentation … Continue reading Online Concerts, Things We Don’t Miss About Studios, And Studio Designer John Brandt On My Latest Podcast

New Grammy Rule Book, Orchestra Social Distancing, And Producer Kyle Hunter On My Latest Podcast

My guest on the podcast this week is Kyle Hunter, who started producing music for artists, but soon learned about the world of sync licensing and custom music.  He also co-founded RhythmCouture, which now counts Forever 21, Vans, Calvin Klein, The NY Times and many more major brands among their clients. The company also has a large music … Continue reading New Grammy Rule Book, Orchestra Social Distancing, And Producer Kyle Hunter On My Latest Podcast