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  1. Helping Musicians And Audio Professionals During The COVID-19 Crisis

    Helping Musicians And Audio Professionals During The COVID-19 Crisis
    The lifestyle changes brought on by COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus) have truly transformed the gig-based economy that many musicians and audio professionals work within. From venues being closed and tours being canceled to budgets being slashed and recording projects being put on hold, there certainly has been a lot of bad news for the people in our industry. Despite it all, the events of the past few months have brought our community closer together than ever before. Whether you have a few extra bucks to spare or you're an artist, engineer, live crew member in need of support, we've put together a list of organizations that are here to help those that have been affected by the crisis. Continue reading →
  2. Full Sail University Levels Up Student Studios With Universal Audio Interfaces

    Full Sail University Levels Up Student Studios With Universal Audio Interfaces
    While Full Sail has always been known as one of the best institutes for a traditional recording education, the school's various course offerings have evolved since relocating to Winter Park, Florida. One of the biggest areas of growth for the school has been video game design. Full Sail's Game Design program has become one of the best in the country, and recently appeared on a list of top schools selected by the Princeton Review. In order to stay on top, Full Sail works with Vintage King Audio to ensure students have access to industry-standard gear that will prepare them for the next step in their careers. When the school's recently wanted to upgrade interfaces in the Game Audio Lab and Mac Audio Lab, Vintage King Audio Sales Director Chris Bolitho pointed them in the direction of the Universal Audio Apollo Twin MKII and Apollo X6 interfaces. Continue reading →
  3. Vintage King Helps Middle Tennessee State University Makeover Student Mix Rooms

    Vintage King Helps Middle Tennessee State University Makeover Student Mix Rooms
    It's a chill day on the campus of Middle Tennessee State University. Not in terms of the weather (it's August and it's a hot one), but MTSU's campus and student body are still sleepy as they lumber towards the start of the Fall 2019 semester. Upon entering the MTSU Center for Popular Music, we meet with the Director of the Master of Fine Arts program, Bill Crabtree. He begins to explain some of the concepts behind the gear selection in the Department of Recording Industry. "Our philosophy is more about teaching framing, rather than teaching hammer," Bill says. "This is the mantra we stick to when selecting our equipment. It's most important to teach the concepts behind the equipment and not the knob turning or the specific equipment itself." Continue reading →

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