Neumann introduces the V 402 preamp. The V 402 is a state-of-the-art microphone preamplifier with integrated headphone monitoring. The V 402 is Neumann’s first-ever standalone microphone preamp—although the company has created several generations of top-quality preamp modules for its mixing consoles, such as the V 476 B of the 1980s. Read more… The post New … Continue reading New Gear Alert: Dual-Channel Preamp by Neumann, Daking’s Comp II, ZENOLOGY Expansions from Roland & More
The best way to explain how to mix a pop song is to actually mix a pop song, from start to finish! Spanning five hours and 24 videos…
The new CORE 4097 is based around DPA’s acclaimed 4000-series electret capsule.
The V402 is a two-channel mic, line and instrument preamp with some useful monitoring facilities.
API reissues the 312 mic preamp. The 312 was originally used as the front end of the first API recording consoles. The circuitry of the unit was housed in card cages under the front “kneespace” of these early consoles, with only the gain pot mounted to the control surface. Read more… The post New Gear … Continue reading New Gear Alert: API Reissues 312 Mic Pre, Pedal Power from Eventide, iZotope’s Stutter Edit 2 & More
Ableton Live‘s Arrangement and Session views make the DAW an invaluable tool for many producers and artists, particularly when taking their sounds to the stage. Session view has been used by the likes of Cody Currie as a sketchpad to quickly form ideas and trigger different sounds on the fly. It’s also been used as … Continue reading Learn how to seamlessly move ideas in Ableton Live from Session to Arrangement view
Producer/engineer/mixer Dana Nielsen has worked with the likes of Rick Rubin, Rihanna, Neil Young, Adele, Metallica, Bob Dylan, Slayer, Weezer and so many more. He talks to Justin Colletti about making the most of compromised mix rooms, his favorite microphones, and recording remotely with the band Endless Field. Get a Read more… The post Dana … Continue reading Dana Nielsen on Mics, Making the Most of Mixing from Home, Remote Recording & More
This sonic mayhem assaulting your speakers is battle music – ancient folkloric resistance, exploding out of the Yogyakarta home base of YES NO WAVE MUSIC. The post Jaranan techno: Raja Kirik is the mad sound of resistance from Indonesia appeared first on CDM Create Digital Music.
Massenburg Design Works, founded by Grammy-winning producer engineer George Massenburg, are known for making some of the finest DSP-powered EQs around — and they’ve just announced a brand-new plug-in.
Make eerie, modulating drones like it’s a disco in the Exclusion Zone. Or delve into the sound tools of Stockhausen. But for anyone who loves finding shifting, nuanced colors in oscillators – Hainbach and Sinan Bökesoy have created something for you. The post Fundamental puts a rich, vintage tube oscillator studio in a plug-in, from … Continue reading Fundamental puts a rich, vintage tube oscillator studio in a plug-in, from sonicLAB and Hainbach