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Creative Techniques & Technology for Music & Audio Production

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    No, it’s not April 1st. Moog is serious about this – and heaven bless ‘em for it.

    With the 50th Anniversary of the introduction of the first voltage controlled synthesizer, the Moog Modular, the company has unveiled a faithful recreation of the Emerson Moog Modular System – the influential musical … Read More

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    Audio, ergonomics, and a sense of style – a powerful combination if you can find it for the studio.

    It all starts with the MIZA Z desk.

    That quest just got a little easier with the introduction of the MIZA Z-based Modular system studio furniture concept from ZAOR. Coming … Read More

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    When producer dreams come true, they look very much like the life of Scott Jacoby.

    Scott Jacoby is producing a versatile career. (Photo: Jan Cain)

    After all, he’s got everything that comes with a musical job well done, including a recent GRAMMY win, a highly vibey studio in the … Read More

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    Getting a tight drum sequence is an essential element of the backbone in any track.

    But for those of us who want to dig past the standard drum kit paradigm, the task can quickly become tedious and even daunting with slicing, layering and processing…oh my. Most of us just don’t … Read More

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    The second annual AMP Awards for Music and Sound will take place at City Winery next week – May 7 – in NYC. This is the Association of Music Producers’ annual gala event, which honors excellence in music for advertising, branding and media, and is a major hang for ad … Read More

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    Arturia is consistently at the top of their synthesis and instrument game. Now, the release of BeatStep marks a milestone for the company as their first hardware device specific to manipulation of external devices and software. This mini sequencer/controller hybrid is their most flexible device to date.

    Integration, integration and … Read More

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    Producer/engineer John Congleton has been making recordings in and around Dallas, Texas, for more than half his life. He has a style that is edgy and often ornate. And as skillful as he his, for Congleton, perfection has always been beside the point.

    John Congleton

    For a someone with such … Read More

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    One of SonicScoop’s favorite annual happenings, IMSTA FESTA, is returning to LA on June 14th.

    SAE Institute is the site of this ongoing music technology show, which brings together top audio hardware/software companies under one roof for hands-on tips and tricks, panels, free gifts, and the chance to … Read More

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    Imagine flying your avatar effortlessly through a familiar world, cruising comfortably and picking up points. Then suddenly chaos reigns: a confusing vortex confounds your character and wipes out all your progress.

    Part of a bold new plan to elevate game audio.

    That’s the exact experience of many a composer and … Read More

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    Those who use multiple monitors for A/Bing mixes know: It can quickly turn into a time-wasting hassle when switching without a monitor controller.

    PreSonus feels your pain!  Adding to their line of audio management tools, PreSonus has introduced a new and improved version of their Monitor Control desktop device.

    The … Read More

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    Synch licensing has never been this cool.

    The Outshine line of frozen fruit bars just launched a new campaign called “A Million Ways to Outshine,” which features a blazing track from the NYC band Romans Are Alive.

    Licensing for the band’s song “Green Light Burn Bright” was … Read More

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    Last June, PACE, the company behind the ubiquitous iLok software authorization system had some issues lanching its new desktop-based license manager software.

    Two months later, an eBay user based in Russia with over 300 prior sales and 100% positive feedback began selling what we now know were illegitimate duplicate licenses … Read More

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    The Duotone team with their “Best of Show” Award

    NYC-based Duotone Audio Group were the big winners at last night’s AMP Awards for Music and Sound, taking home “Best In Show” for their work on “The Scarecrow”  for Chipotle.

    Duotone – run by composers Jack Livesey and Peter Nashel … Read More

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    We’ve heard it again and again – nothing sounds quite like vintage gear. And we figure with today’s technology, why can’t we have the best of both worlds?

    Well Universal Audio is on top of it – with the release of their Neve 1073 Preamp & EQ plug-in collection, … Read More

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    Choose your path – With two new mastering plug-ins from Brainworx, users can tame the beast or unleash it. In a decision that we may spend too long deciding on, how about using both to master the sonic realm?

    Simultaneously available for native and UAD-2 for the first time … Read More

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    Music brings families together – the music business can be something else entirely.

    WIM will help you make it work!

    Women In Music (WIM) is helping current and future parents to get a handle on balancing music careers and their family lives with their annual “Moms in Music” … Read More

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    Simmons, the original pioneers of electronic drum kits, have now introduced the SD1500KIT – a fully electronic drum kit that provides a huge variety of kits inspired by old and new music styles. Kits include electronic and acoustic samples that focus on feel, with a total of 22 trigger … Read More

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    Jack Endino’s name is synonymous with the sound of Seattle in the early 90s. From time to time, he’s referred to as “The Godfather of Grunge”.

    Jack Endino. Photo by Keith Marlowe.

    Blame Nirvana. Or Mudhoney, TAD, Screaming Trees, Green River, and Soundgarden. Endino has worked on more … Read More

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    A Neumann VMS-66 disc mastering lathe has just been added to New York City.

    The Neumann VMS 66 lathe at Alex Abrash Mastering was previously in Jamaica.

    This pristine machine is in residence at Alex Abrash Mastering in the Long Island hamlet of Plainview, NY. AA Mastering will now be … Read More

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    Modeling masters of all things guitar, IK Multimedia has now added two of Wampler Pedals’ top models in the AmpliTube Custom Shop. This means that all of those earth-shaking, hot-blooded, kettle-cooked effects can fit conveniently on our laptops via the free DAW plug-in or iOS devices via the free … Read More

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