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 Article by Jeff Hedback  03/14/2008

For nearly 90 years materials have been specifically placed in recording environments to create more balanced and beautiful recordings. Before that time, the highest levels of architects and craftsmen were selected to read more...

 Article by wonderlandstudiosaustin  01/30/2008

So you want to become a studio owner and/or an in-demand local producer? Do you realize what sort of work that entails? Do you understand all the different skills you may need to be successful in that venture? read more...

 Article by Joel Patterson  11/08/2007

It's a given: the process of working with musicians to record their songs is unavoidably an elastic, several-steps-forward-and-back process. Never entirely straightforward, always a little "meandering" in a way. read more...

 Article by Ladia Svajcik  10/26/2007

The CPU performance race in the computer processor field can only be won by manufacturers who focus on a reasonable balance of clock speed and processing units, based on the existing manufacturing technology. read more...

 Article by pan60  07/25/2007

Interview between Studio Auditions member pan60 and Dan Kennedy regarding the Great River MP-500NV 500 form Preamp. read more...

 Article by finallymaster  07/25/2007

Welcome back to Mastering Primer…introduction Part 2. Last time, if you recall (or you can re-read part 1), I gave an introduction to mastering, as well as a basic itinerary of what I hope to cover in upcoming articles. read more...

 Article by Jeff Hedback  05/23/2007

It is very likely that low frequency issues cause the greatest loss of profit to studio owners. Mixes that travel too thick or too thin, mixes that are stamped final hoping the mastering house can fix and re-mixes due read more...

 Article by finallymaster  05/08/2007

Welcome to the introduction of Mastering Primer. My name is Fotios Koulakos. I am a mastering engineer, as well as a composer/guitarist, producer, and all around gear fanatic! Who among us isn’t a gear junkie? “Let is he read more...

 Article by Jeff Hedback  03/28/2007

A great mix communicates a song directly to the listener’s emotions. The building blocks of a great mix (apart from great material, performances and capture) can be identified as separation, clarity, punch, image and read more...

 Article by Joel Patterson  02/22/2007

I've always felt that buying manufacturer's shockmounts was a rip-off, like buying car parts from a dealership-- prices inflated beyond all reason-- they were exploiting your particular need for something that... read more...




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