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  1. The Making Of Julien Baker's Little Oblivions With Calvin Lauber

    The Making Of Julien Baker's Little Oblivions With Calvin Lauber
    Germantown, Tennessee native Julien Baker grew up worshiping at the altar of bands like My Chemical Romance and Underoath. While Julien's brand of indie rock is more sparse than these iconic emo gods, her lyrics follow a similar intimate, confessional-style approach. For Julien’s latest record Little Oblivions, the singer/songwriter once again enlisted the help of her longtime collaborator and engineer, Calvin Lauber. We sat down with Calvin to talk about Julien’s newest work, the process behind making the record and some of the production choices made along the journey. Continue reading →
  2. Antelope Audio Expands Synergy Core Lineup With Galaxy 32 Interface

    Antelope Audio Expands Synergy Core Lineup With Galaxy 32 Interface
    Brand new for May 2021, Antelope Audio is introducing the Galaxy 32 Synergy Core audio interface ($4895). The new Galaxy 32 builds on the success of the Orion 32 with a 1U rackmount chassis featuring 32 channels of I/O, advanced connectivity (Dante/HDX/Thunderbolt 3) and onboard processing power. Similar to the other interfaces of the Antelope Audio Synergy Core lineup, the Galaxy 32 features 64 bit Acoustically Focused Clocking technology and real-time processing powered by FPGA and DSP chips. Previously unavailable in a 32 channel offering, Antelope Audio’s Synergy Core technology is at the heart of the new Galaxy 32 with six DSP and two FPGA chips. Continue reading →
  3. Encompassing Environments: The Tools For Creating Ambient Music

    Encompassing Environments: The Tools For Creating Ambient Music
    There's no doubt that ambient music is currently seeing a resurgence. It could be the well-timed Mort Garson and Laurie Spiegel reissues that piqued interest or even documentaries like Sisters With Transistors. Maybe it's the fact a pandemic effectively canceled band practice for the foreseeable future. Either way, we're here to embrace these soothing sounds. If you haven't dabbled in the ambient artform, it's incredibly easy and fun to zone out making lush landscapes. Without the need for bandmates, musicians can take their own spin on beat making, sound design, field recording, looping and create something all their own. Today we’re gonna take a look at some of the popular tools that will help you create your own ambient sounds. Continue reading →
  4. Behind The Gear: GOLY

    Behind The Gear: GOLY
    Based in Denmark, GOLY’s Gustav Grinderslev has contributed some of the most eye-catching pieces to hit the mastering market in quite a while. Both the GOLY Stereo Dynamic Shelving EQ ($4443.06) and PG Porter Grinder Mastering EQ ($4236.69) offer a unique take on equalizer design that will have mastering engineers salivating. We recently sat down with Gustav and talked about design philosophy, the inspiration behind his current pieces, and more. Before we get to the interview, you're going to want to check out our new demo of both GOLY units below. Continue reading →
  5. Buyer's Guide: Remic Microphones

    Buyer's Guide: Remic Microphones
    While there are many pro audio brands creating microphones for a wide array of applications, sometimes you need something that is specifically designed for a certain sound source. Remic Microphones specializes in creating mics that work for a number of classical instruments including violin, cello, double bass, brass and woodwinds. Throughout this Buyer's Guide, we'll be breaking down Remic Microphones product offerings and explaining the differences between the various model numbers. Before we get into it, let's talk about the history of Remic and how the brand got its start creating tools for capturing classical instruments in both the studio and live settings. Continue reading →
  6. Focal Announces New Monitor Line With Alpha 50 Evo and Alpha 65 Evo

    Focal Announces New Monitor Line With Alpha 50 Evo and Alpha 65 Evo
    In the past few years, the Focal Alpha range has garnered plenty of praise among music makers for its brilliant clarity and affordable price point. New for March 2021, Focal is bringing the Alpha series to the next point in its evolution with the introduction of the Alpha Evo series.­ Focal's Alpha 50 Evo ($349 per monitor) and Alpha 65 Evo ($449 per monitor) improve on the line's predecessors with a new cone, connectivity options and plenty more features. In this blog, we'll offer your first look at the monitors and break down what users can expect when unboxing them in their studio. Continue reading →
  7. Studio Spotlight: Golden Bear Records

    Studio Spotlight: Golden Bear Records
    Based out of Des Moines, Iowa, Golden Bear Records is a recording studio and record label run by Bryan and Sarah Vanderpool. The duo found acclaim with their folk-pop band, The Well Pennies, before moving to the Midwest from Los Angeles to start Golden Bear. We recently sat down with Bryan to talk a bit about Golden Bear for our new Studio Spotlight series. Continue reading below to find out about the history of the studio, his experience in the industry and the gear he relies on for every session. Continue reading →
  8. Behind The Gear: Traverse Analogue

    Behind The Gear: Traverse Analogue
    In a short period of time, Julian Traverse has made a name for himself around the world with the brilliant Traverse Analogue 652 dual-channel mic preamp. Traverse Analogue's reputation is staked on boutique-level craftsmanship and the 652's tube-based circuitry, which lights up any source passing through it with plenty of rich harmonic content. We recently sat down to talk with Julian about the company, his journey into pro audio, his mentors, and more. Watch our demo of the Traverse Analogue 652 below and continue on after to read our full Behind The Gear conversation. Continue reading →
  9. All The Gear We Saw In The New Billie Eilish Documentary

    All The Gear We Saw In The New Billie Eilish Documentary
    It's no secret that Billie Eilish has taken over the world of pop music. She's everywhere! One of the most endearing elements of Billie's ascension to stardom is the bedroom studio production process she shares with her brother and producer, Finneas. The fact that two twenty-somethings can create global smashes with a minimal set-up is inspiring for a whole new generation of music makers. In the newly released documentary The World’s A Little Blurry, we get a look at Billie's career so far and a window into her creative process. Showing scenes from the recording environment as well as stadium level tour stops, we hit pause whenever gear came up on our screen and took notes of what Billie and Finneas are utilizing. Check it out below! Continue reading →
  10. Rupert Neve's Greatest Pro Audio Innovations

    Rupert Neve's Greatest Pro Audio Innovations
    A few weeks ago, the pro audio community suffered a tremendous loss when Rupert Neve passed away at the age of 94. Known to many as the father of modern recording, Rupert's passing shook colleagues, fans and musicians alike. He was known for being an incredibly kind man and a brilliant innovator who inspired legions of music makers with his...

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