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Creative Techniques & Technology for Music & Audio Production

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    “Trust Me, I’m a Scientist” returns!

    This week, we’re excited to announce that one of our favorite sister sites, Trust Me, I’m a Scientist, will be relaunching as a member of the SonicScoop content network!

    In just a few short years, TMIAS became one of our readers’ favorite destinations … Read More


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    Pensado for President! Could audio’s most visible personality be plotting a run for the Oval Office in 2016?

    All things Pensado are live and in person in Washington DC, this weekend.

    The pundits here at SonicScoop say: it just might be possible. After all, Pensado’s Place is hosting a “Capital … Read More


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    Improved critical listening may just be a kit away.

    Acoustical treatment aficionados Auralex has announced a new all-in-one line consisting of two kits. Each one was created to bring an aesthetic and acoustical upgrade to small- and medium-sized rooms, from project studio to total pros.

    The ProPanel ProKit-1.

    The ProPanel Read More


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    If New Hampshire is bit of a mystery to you, it’s time for that to change.

    The Granite State beckons, via Studio Bohemo. (click all photos to enlarge)

    Think first about its surroundings – Massachusetts, Vermont and Maine provide its stately borders. To the North is Quebec, and the Atlantic … Read More


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    Audio post personnel are on the move in NYC, with two new hires coming onboard at the Union Square shop Sonic Union.

    (l-r) Sonic Union’s Laura Bermudez and Randee Bowman.

    Randee Bowman has been added to lead all Sonic Union business development initiatives. Meanwhile, Laura Bermudez is on the … Read More


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    What a regular day at the office looks like for Greg Norman.

    Greg Norman has been Steve Albini’s right hand man at Electrical Audio since the beginning. He has worked at the influential Chicago studio since 1996, serving as staff engineer and “chief technical officer”.

    Though Albini may cast a … Read More


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    Say “Neve”, and most audio pros can’t help but feel a glow inside.

    Need Neve? The new UA Neve 88RS Channel Strip Selection

    Now Neve is new all over again, with the release of UAD Software v8.1, a milestone accompanied by the launch of three new plugins: the new … Read More


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    The Association of Music Producers’ AMP Awards are a music business event like no other. A grand convergence takes place: music producers, ad agency creatives, composers, music supervisors, audio post pros, label and music publishing execs, and more come together to talk it up.

    The 2015 AMP Awards were amplified … Read More


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    Who’s the man behind the mics? You’ve got a chance to meet him.

    Make no mistake — meet Sontronics at Westlake, on Friday, May 8th.

    LA recording mavens can meet Trevor Coley, founder and mic designer of Sontronics, at Westlake Pro on Friday, May 8th , 11 AM – … Read More


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    Listen closely, and you can hear them – an emerging generation of engineers who care deeply about audio.

    Alex Sterling has an ear for detail.

    Among them is Alex Sterling, whose eponymous studio on the Upper West Side is evolving quickly. While the unique live room and flexible output … Read More


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    Waves has introduced H-Reverb and it appears to bring us fresh and exciting tech for more control than Waves has produced in previous reverb plugins.

    Integrating their new FIR engine (Finite Impulse Response), users can shape the reverb decay envelope beyond linear forms. The plug-in also comes equipped with Waves’ … Read More


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    We mixers know all too well that mixes can be like black holes. If you keep a safe distance, you can generally preserve a healthy perspective and escape unscathed. But many of us allow ourselves to get sucked way in without even realizing it’s happening.

    Image by Flickr user Ctd … Read More


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    What’s the true sound of summer? There are many muses on these warm nights, but here in NYC we heed the siren call of SteveStock. Hosted and curated by the plugged-in entertainment attorney Steven Beer, SteveStock brings a great live music lineup plus powerful networking together under one roof – and it comes but twice […]

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    How an international coincidence and priceless life experience resulted in the latest #1 album for this top mixer.

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    A musical multitasker has come onboard at Sonic Union in New York City. The Union Square audio post facility announced that it has added the noted mixer and sound designer Fernando Ascani to their roster. His portfolio includes Cannes Lions and Clio Award-winning campaigns for Xbox, thanks to his mixes for the 2008 spots “Enemy […]

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    Just over Chelsea way in Manhattan, is a man who takes mixing very, very seriously. The discography of Chuck Zwicky is deep and diverse, stacked with hitmakers that include The Rembrandts, Reggie Watts, Soul Asylum, Prince and Information Society, along with plenty of new blood. Visit his sun-soaked mixing HQ, and you’ll see he takes […]

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    Meet Mike Kuz, who’s been Head Mixing Engineer for the New York City studio SweetSounds since Spring of this year. With recent collaborations including Slaughterhouse, Walé, OnCue, Common, Smoke DZA, Slim Dollas, the I.S.A. and more, Kuz’ star as a producer and mixer is on the rise. What’s been guiding his career trajectory? See exactly […]

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    There are no platinum records lining the walls of Tom Elmhirst’s control room at Electric Lady Studios – but there certainly could be.

    Tom Elmhirst — on Fire at Electric Lady Studios. (all photos by Kenneth Bachor — http://www.kenbachor.com)

    After all, Elmhirst is the Grammy award-winning mixer behind some of Read more...

    The post Icons: Tom Elmhirst on Mixing for Arcade Fire and Reflektor appeared first on SonicScoop.


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    A musical multitasker has come onboard at Sonic Union in New York City.

    Mixer & Sound Designer Fernando Ascani has joined up with Sonic Union.

    The Union Square audio post facility announced that it has added the noted mixer and sound designer Fernando Ascani to their roster. His portfolio includes Read more...

    The post Audio Post Moves: Sonic Union Adds Mixer Fernando Ascani appeared first on SonicScoop.


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    Just over Chelsea way in Manhattan, is a man who takes mixing very, very seriously.

    The discography of Chuck Zwicky is deep and diverse, stacked with hitmakers that include The Rembrandts, Reggie Watts, Soul Asylum, Prince and Information Society, along with plenty of new blood. Visit his sun-soaked mixing HQ, Read more...

    The post Making the Mix Room: Chuck Zwicky’s Zmix — Chelsea, New York City appeared first on SonicScoop.


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