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Wendy Starland: On Protecting Producers, Bands & Brands, and Bringing Up Lady...

Wendy Starland exudes the ideal of the modern entrepreneurial recording artist. She is also famous for having discovered and developed Lady Gaga at NYC’s famed venue The Cutting Room – a fruitful...

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The AMP Act is Introduced to the House: Legislation to Provide Producers,...

Are more dependable royalties on the way for producers, mixers and engineers – by the letter of the law? (L-R)The Recording Academy’s Daryl P. Friedman, Chief Advocacy & Industry Relations Officer;...

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HoRNet Plugins Releases BSharry Side Chainer – Auto Sidechain Compressor Plug-In

HoRNet Plugins has released their second plug-in created in collaboration with DJ BSharry. Side Chainer delivers on their design goals of simplicity making kick drum pumping, or any sidechain...

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NYC Event: Audio Power Tools Open House – Brooklyn, 3/26

Eye candy, ear candy, and refreshments for your bod + brain – if this isn’t the perfect evening, what is? Let us beseech ye no more, and point directly to the answer: The Audio Power Tools Open House...

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Is SXSW Worth It for Musicians? A Photo Tour of Austin’s Biggest Music Festival

Is a trip to the annual South by Southwest festival worthwhile for musicians? Judging by the fact that over 2,000 official acts, representing 53 countries, played in over 111 Austin venues this past...

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iZotope Releases Ozone 6.1 Update – Tube Limiting, Adaptive Release for...

Ozone 6 from iZotope was launched back in October, 2014 and now officially has its first patch. Many of the feature updates for Ozone 6.1 were a result of customer feedback so users should be pleased...

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Plug & Mix Releases Chainer – VST Chaining Wrapper

Plug & Mix proudly offers dozens of effects pedal VSTs that can be combined to create a wealth of signal chains. With the introduction of Chainer, users of the P&M plug-ins can now save their...

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Brooklyn Audio Post Bravado: Fall On Your Sword Unveils The Foundry — 7.1...

Audio post in Brooklyn is not news anymore. Owing to the larger spaces available and the convenience, an ever-growing contingent of filmmakers and media producers want to mix sound in their borough of...

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PSP Releases MasterQ2 – Successor to Their Original MasterQ Mastering EQ Plug-In

The original MasterQ from PSP Audioware has been around the block. Their customers loved it so much that they decided to make it even better. Bigger, stronger, Q-er. MasterQ2 is a mastering EQ plug-in...

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The Case for Digital Wireless Microphones

This is a guest post by Alex Milne of RF Venue. Digital wireless microphones sometimes get a bad rap. Early models, especially those operating in the 2.4 GHz band, did not sound as good as analog and...

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iZ Releases Radar Studio – Native PC + Audio Interface + More

Announced back at AES 2014 and demoed to much acclaim at NAMM earlier this year, iZ is ready to release their Radar Studio into the wild. The PC, audio Interface, and DAW combo aims to be the...

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Line 6 Now Shipping Firehawk FX – Wireless Multi-Effect Guitar Processor

If a wire is good, then wireless must be better. That’s been the prevailing fact in all the other tech we touch, so why shouldn’t it apply to our guitar (and synth) effects? Line 6 agrees...

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Back to Basics: How to Improve Gain Staging In Your DAW (Video)

Gain Staging is an important part of dealing with audio when recording and mixing. In this tutorial, I’ll go through some of the issues that are big red flags. If you’re needing some help with gain...

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Brooklyn Event: Meet API’s BOX Console at Strange Weather — Thursday, 4/9

API is all about New York City this week. API’s BOX takes over NYC this Thursday, at a free-to-attend Open House in Brooklyn. Don’t miss the opportunity to get up close and personal with API’s BOX...

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Recreating Bird: Returning to Detroit’s Legendary “United Sound Systems”...

A lot has changed in the recording industry since the 1940’s. The road from acetate masters to digital streaming has been a long one, and there are still music critics who feel that it is simply...

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Review: Steinberg’s Cubase Pro 8 – By Andrew Koss

Presented with the opportunity to write a review about a DAW, my initial reaction was, “How can anyone cover an entire DAW in a single article?” Cubase Pro 8 is the latest version of Steinberg’s...

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Muse Research Launches Receptor VIP2 – Hardware Plug-In Player

San Jose, CA-based Muse Research has released their second iteration of their popular Receptor VIP Plug-In player. The Receptor VIP2 comes loaded with new I/O, processor, expandable RAM and over $900...

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Solid State Logic Announces δelta-Control for Duality and AWS Consoles

SSL is raising the veil on a significant upgrade to two of its major consoles — meet Duality δelta and AWS δelta. What makes these desks “Delta” is the introduction of δelta-Control (δ-Ctrl), which...

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Kaleidoscope Sound: Evolution of the Engineer-in-Residence

If you want to know what New York City recording is coming to – or rather, where it’s going – cast your eyes towards the Garden State. While Brooklyn was seen for decades as an affordable haven for...

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Exponential Audio Releases Excalibur – Multi-Effects Plugin

There are so many plug-ins to choose from these days. If only a developer was kind enough to bundle them up into a single plug-in with tons of modulation options and minimal effect on the CPU. Well...

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