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Creative Techniques & Technology for Music & Audio Production

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    One plus five=2.0.

    The VCC has expanded in with V 2.0.

    We speaketh of the latest VCC from Slate Digital, aka Virtual Console Collection 2.0, which has added a sixth emulation to the pack of five originally released in 2011.

    Now you can endow your DAW with a … Read More


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    Shed your skin, begin again.

    It happens everywhere in nature, and as it turns out, in Brooklyn too. At Transmitter Park Studio, the renewal was only clear to owner Abe Seiferth and his crew after they wrought major changes to their airy Greenpoint facility and made a discovery: This was … Read More


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    There are always new twists on music licensing – just ask Warner/Chappell Production Music.

    The company’s fresh spin comes via its just-launched Artist Series, providing music supervisors, producers, and creative directors with full access to GRAMMY-winner Peter Frampton’s 2014 album Hummingbird in a Box.

    “Hummingbird in a Box” … Read More


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    Making a move is something Joe Lambert knows how to do – in more ways than one.

    Lambert went solo in 2008, after a decade plus of mastering at bigger NYC houses. Hanging out his own shingle as Joe Lambert Mastering was a risk, but one that’s paid off as … Read More


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    Bring fourth the personnel changes at Elias Arts.

    L-R: The updated LA team at Elias Arts includes Production Coordinator Allee Futterer, Executive Producer Vicki Ordeshook and Head of Production Katie Overcash.

    There’s been a quartet of additions and promotions at the bicoastal music shop, which has added Joey Netter … Read More


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    The SONAR Membership Program from Cakewalk was announced earlier this year, putting an end to “versions,” and allowing users to receive all SONAR DAW enhancements and content as they become available.

    The Braintree release is now live for SONAR members.

    Using the convention of naming their major releases after cities … Read More


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    Plugins: They are commonplace and nearly mandatory in today’s studios and workspaces, and for some, have entirely replaced hardware processors. There is now even an entire generation of audio fiends that have never worked outside the box. For some, analog processing is still considered the holy grail—at least for certain … Read More


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    Give a warm welcome to the SA-2A Opto Compressor, coming straight out of Chile and Stam Audio.

    This South American beauty claims to be a faithful reproduction of the classic 1968 Teletronix LA-2A compressor, with the goal of making its sought-after sound for vocals and bass accessible to … Read More


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    Producing the debut EP for an artist means pulling double duty: You don’t just want them to be heard – you want them to be discovered.

    Finnish artist Peppina came to NYC to record her debut EP “Follow Your Gravity”.

    That was the mission for Peppina, a singer/songwriter whose … Read More


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    Although this is the first we’re seeing Eplex7 here at SonicScoop, we’re sure it won’t be the last. Their new plugin Bassblaster is a niche VST that generates low frequency after-effects on each signal sent through it.

    The deep end is beckoning.

    The variety of unique bass tones is the … Read More


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    Soundtoys know how to party with the best of ‘em at SXSW, and 2015 is no exception – yet again they’ve launched a free plugin for the festival, and this one should be plenty of fun.

    Prepare to worship Little AlterBoy, an exciting new tool for dramatic voice alteration. … Read More


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    Many studio veterans maintain a certain stigma against “laptop records.” By laptop records, I mean recordings that are made outside of a traditional recording studio, without a collection of expensive analog gear. They are sometimes demonized in discussions during down time in pro-level sessions, even though many of them exhibit … Read More


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    Drew Lavyne announced yesterday that he has reopened his original mastering studio, A.L.L. Digital. “After having spent the last year at Sterling Sound I have discovered that my clients still prefer the flexible budgets and one-on-one access of being able to communicate and work with me directly, so that is exactly what I am going […]

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    How Manny Marroquin keeps his edge bouncing from Bruno Mars to Lana Del Rey and Tegan and Sara to The Rolling Stones.

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    The madness began with 1989. Not the year, the record.

    So beguiling was Taylor Swift’s fifth studio album that none can resist its magnetic pull, not fans nor artists nor engineers nor producers. 9.5 million in sales worldwide and no less than seven singles – including “Bad Blood,” “Shake It Read more...

    The post When Recording is a Revelation: Babetown’s Audacious “1989 Is HELL” appeared first on SonicScoop.


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    Drew Lavyne announced yesterday that he has reopened his original mastering studio, A.L.L. Digital.

    “After having spent the last year at Sterling Sound I have discovered that my clients still prefer the flexible budgets and one-on-one access of being able to communicate and work with me directly, so that is Read more...

    The post Drew Lavyne Reopens A.L.L. Digital Mastering appeared first on SonicScoop.


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    In the last decade, as Manny Marroquin has been cranking out mixes for a growing client-base of pop stars, something has been stirring in the pop music world that is now in full effect. Sonically and stylistically, pop music has been hybridizing with artists embracing wide-ranging influences and sounds, mixing Read more...

    The post Mixer Profile: Manny Marroquin Mixes Everything appeared first on SonicScoop.


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    The madness began with 1989. Not the year, the record.

    So beguiling was Taylor Swift’s fifth studio album that none can resist its magnetic pull, not fans nor artists nor engineers nor producers. 9.5 million in sales worldwide and no less than seven singles – including “Bad Blood,” “Shake It Read more...

    The post When Recording is a Revelation: Babetown’s Audacious “1989 Is HELL” appeared first on SonicScoop.


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    We’ve all made mistakes. Missed punch ins, bad edits, a vocal tuning glitch. If you’re like me, then you’ve probably painstakingly edited and reedited a track once, twice or a hundred times because something wasn’t just right.

    Well, as a reminder of the futility in perfectionism, here’s a list Read more...

    The post 9 Production Glitches in Popular Recordings appeared first on SonicScoop.


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