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Creative Techniques & Technology for Music & Audio Production

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    The Retrospec Squeeze Box

    As a longtime fan of their Juice Box DI, I’ve been eager to get my hands on Retrospec’s Squeeze Box tube compressor pedal for some time. So when I heard that it was being reissued, I jumped at the chance. (Full disclosure: Retrospec founder and designer … Read More


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    ATC has done one of its top monitors one better.

    The ATC SCM20ASL Pro MKII features new dual-suspension 15mm tweeters.

    TransAudioGroup, the US rep for ATC, today announced the arrival the ATC SCM20ASL Pro MkII near-field reference monitor.

    The ATC SCM20ASL Pro MkII represents a substantive improvement on the … Read More


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    Among the best in music and sound production, the massive effects and production package known as KOMPLETE 10 is upon us.

    Native Instruments has refined their production suite with new instruments, sampled pianos, included KOMPLETE KONTROL software (for function with KOMPLETE KONTROL S-Series keyboards), and more additional NI instruments and … Read More


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    Every year, we’re happy to see IMSTA FESTA show up in New York City.

    “A Celebration of Music Technology”, it’s true that an upbeat atmosphere always pervades this annual event. It’s an excellent chance for artists, producers, beatmakers and engineers to get up close and personal with experts from a … Read More


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    Space: the final frontier for sound designers.

    Deus-Ex  sounds as riveting as it looks.

    Any audio artist can go gaga with gadgetry on the teaser trailer for a sci-fi fantasy – it takes something more to exercise discretion.

    The assignment: The NYC sound design/audio house HOBO got the nod to … Read More


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    The Curtis Filter from Dave Smith Instruments has been an integral part of their sound since its original debut in the Sequential Circuits Prophet-5 from 1978. Now, with the DSM01, DSI is contributing it as a standalone module for all! The VCA equipped module is available in 8HP Eurorack-format … Read More


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    Recent recipient of an Emmy for RX, their flagship audio repair and enhancement software, iZotope now brings to us their fourth edition. Along with being able to already handle problems like noise, distortion and inconsistent recording volume, RX 4 introduces visual editing tools to spectrogram view with Spectral Repair.

    Dialogue … Read More


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    The Doepfer A-100, originator of the “Eurorack” modular synth format.

    The world of electronic instruments once seemed stubbornly esoteric and entirely niche-focused, dominated by huge wooden boxes packed full of knobs and buttons that allowed the average musician no access to their hidden wonders and infinite sonic potential.

    Never was … Read More


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    Swiss-based company Studer has been catering to professional audio since 1948. Taking their popular Vista X console to the next level in processing and functionality,  Studer is now introducing the Vista V digital console.

    The new console has a smaller footprint with 52 motorized faders, meter bridge, Dynamic Automation with … Read More


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    One of the most revered plugin compressors available just got a little better.

    The PSP MasterComp keeps movin’ up.

    The Polish developers PSP Audioware have just launched PSP MasterComp V1.8.0, a nifty little update of their flagship mastering compressor plugin.

    There are multiple changes, but the most notable new … Read More


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    This is the second in a series by Andrew Maury. See his first article, “How and Why Distortion Can Replace the Need for EQ & Compression.”

    Something I’ve started doing is EQing very sharp, carefully placed boosts to sub and/or bass frequencies on close-mic’d drum channels or samples. … Read More


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    Are you ready to take your composing career to the next level?

    The SCL in NY Mentor Program is on time for Fall 2014.

    If the answer is “yes” – and we can’t imagine why it wouldn’t be – then there is a very powerful resource at your disposal: The Read More


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    A collection of ‘verbs from their fabled H8000, Eventide has released UltraReverb as a DAW compatible plug-in.

    At the UltraReverb’s core lives a total of 9 unique reverb algorithms with full control over their parameters. What this plug-in has that the H8000 doesn’t is over 300 presets that include additional … Read More


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    Exclusively available for the UAD platform and Apollo interfaces, Universal Audio has released a reverb plugin two years in the making. The AMS RMX16 plugin is modeled after the actual RMX16 hardware device – also the world’s first full-bandwidth digital reverberator from the 1980s. Mark Crabtree, the designer of … Read More


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    A rock opera in 5:44 – that’s what you’re in for with “Rosie.”

    She will, she will, ROCK YOU: The inimitable Sylvana Joyce.

    It takes a special track to take you on a massive journey in a short amount of time, but this hyperkinetic new single from the rising NYC … Read More


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    He could leap into a frenetic beat or lock into a solid groove. He could keep it subtle or go absolutely all out. I loved watching Mike Skinner play drums.

    Mike Skinner (photo courtesy of Kevin Devine’s Tumblr blog — credited there to Emily Driskill)

    I was as floored as … Read More


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    It’s been a minute since we checked in with The Magic Shop, one of NYC’s favorite, longest-standing recording studios. Here’s what’s been happening: Moby at The Magic Shop’s custom wrap-around Neve series 80 console. Photo posted at Moby’s blog Legendary engineer Ken Thomas (David Bowie, Public Image Ltd., Sigur Ros) mixed Moby’s new, largely acoustic/orchestral […]

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    It’s been a minute since we checked in with The Magic Shop, one of NYC’s favorite, longest-standing recording studios. Here’s what’s been happening:

    Moby at The Magic Shop’s custom wrap-around Neve series 80 console. Photo posted at Moby’s blog

    Legendary engineer Ken Thomas (David Bowie, Public Image Ltd., Sigur Ros) Read more...

    The post M. Ward, Moby, Smith Westerns & More Record/Mix at The Magic Shop appeared first on SonicScoop.


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