Renowned engineer and producer Ken Scott (The Beatles, Pink Floyd, Elton John) talks about his work on the REDD desks in the Abbey Road studios in the 1960′s and 1970′s with engineer Jack Joseph Puig (Black Eyed Peas, John Mayer, Lady Gaga).
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Audio Engineer Mobile App is a useful collection of studio calculators and reference materials for use in the Audio / Music Recording and Production Processes. Audio Engineer Mobile App by Refined Stochastic Technology can be used by seasoned acousticians, amateur music enthusiasts and audio engineering students. Technical consultation is provided by Michael Stavrou (author of the audio engineering book “Mixing With Your Mind” – MixingWithYourMind.Com) and James Englund (music producer at Crash Symphony Productions based in Sydney).
With the recent rise of international broadcast standards, loudness has become one of the most important and debated topics in broadcast today. Last year, TC Electronic hosted a Loudness Seminar in Rome. Participants from all over the world gathered to get the latest in-depth info on loudness technology and standards. Now, TC Electronic hosts yet another Loudness Seminar in the vibrant city of Dubai, 10 May 2012.
Producer/engineer Yoad Nevo (Bryan Adams, Moby, Sugababes, Pet Shop Boys) continues his popular webinar series as he shows you how to go about mastering a session using a variety of Waves plugins. At the end, he’’ll take your questions.
FOH Engineer Dave Morgan (James Taylor, Paul Simon, Stevie Nicks, Steely Dan) has covered Waves plugins extensively in his series of articles for FOH Online, and is now bringing that knowledge to life in this informative webinar about using Waves plugins Live. The webinar will conclude with viewer Q&A.
Producer/engineer Peter Denenberg (Spin Doctors, Deep Purple, Martin Sexton, Joan Osbourne) shares some of his more unconventional approaches to mixing, using alternate applications, tricks and techniques for signal processing with Waves plugins. To close, Peter will answer viewer questions.
Waves Audio and AudioFanzine, an online magazine catering to musicians as well as sound engineers, home-studio recording enthusiasts, and audio engineers, have teamed up to present the CLA Song Competition. The contest comes with a chance to have their song mixed by Multi Grammy Award Winner Chris Lord-Alge (CLA), one of today’s most in-demand engineers. Lord-Alge’s credits include such acts as Green Day, Bruce Springsteen, Bon Jovi, Dave Matthews Band and Daughtry, to name only a few. Participants can enter through the Waves website or Facebook page.
Waves Audio is now shipping the Waves Loudness Meter (WLM) plugin. The WLM provides precision loudness measurement and metering for broadcast, movie trailers, games, packaged media and more. Ideal for content creators and post production houses as well as cable head-end facilities, WLM is an affordable, all-in-one cross-platform, multi-format loudness metering software solution.
Sampleism.Com announces the beginning of a new concept which makes accessible to everybody the distribution and the promotion of sound and samplers collections. Sampleism.Com is a new platform for selling your own audio and sound productions (sample libraries, virtual instruments, loops, patches and sound collections.) Sampleism.Com offer an user-friendly online interface that enables sound engineers to upload, promote and sale new sounds or sound collections. This system provides a central location where customers will be able to find the most varied, comprehensive and accessible sound collections from the greatest independent producers on the planet.
Presonus announces for November, 19 PreSonuSphere 2011 – First Annual Presonus Users Conference which it will take place in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. PreSonuSphere 2011 will include lectures and demos by such luminaries as EM/Harmony Central editorial director Craig Anderton, front-of-house engineering legend Ace Baker, renowned worship-team trainer Doug Gould, veteran journalist and engineer Mike Rivers, TV- and film-music producer and songwriter Rhett Mouton, and PreSonus technology evangelist Byron Gaither and it will be focused on tips, techniques, and applications for PreSonus’ Studio One v2 DAW software and StudioLive-series digital mixers.
Brendan Benson and Engineer Joe Costa Choose Endless Analog’s CLASP (Closed Loop Analog Signal Processor) for Benson Solo Project
As songwriter-musician Brendan Benson was brainstorming in the weeks leading up to the tracking sessions for his next solo project, his thoughts kept coming back to the sound of his favorite recordings, which were made using analog tape. Benson is by no means anti-digital, as he has embraced Pro Tools over the last several decades, based on the ease it has allowed in tracking his demos and solo projects by himself, but he strongly believes in the realistic sound of analog tape that he grew up on. Eventually he discovered the perfect way to bridge the two worlds: Endless Analog ’s CLASP™ (Closed Loop Analog Signal Processor), which uniquely integrates analog tape machines into the digital audio production workflow.
“When I first heard about the CLASP, I was intrigued, and I said, ‘Sure, let’s give it a shot,’ but I’ll admit I was leery,” recalls Benson. “But then Chris Estes [Endless Analog President/Founder and CLASP inventor] was generous enough to show my engineer Joe Costa and me how it worked and let us hang onto it for a few days. I must say, I was very impressed. It does exactly what it is supposed to, and its stability is rock-solid – it just doesn’t screw up. Joe had a crash course in CLASP, and he was just as impressed as I was. We ended up buying the unit and have been using it ever since. And CLASP is just so cool – there’s no latency. It’s just genius. I’m surprised no one thought of this sooner! Chris Estes made it happen.”
Solid State Logic said us that Danny Byrd, the well-known UK Producer, has installed in his studio Solid State Logic Nucleus Control Surface for lifting the quality of his music and audio production and also thw studio workflow.
“Originally it was Matrix that piqued my interest,” Danny explains. “I was very tempted but it was a little bit out of my price range in terms of what I could justify – mostly because I’ve always been an in-the-box producer. And then SSL Nucleus comes along with all of the controller bits from Matrix but in a much smaller package that seemed ideally suited to my needs.”
“I’ve always been a big advocate of control surfaces, and Nucleus kills many birds with one stone. You don’t have a problem quickly controlling the master volume, you’ve got it right there. And you’ve got your key commands right where you need them. Then you’ve got your SSL preamps with your mics plugged in the back. It’s funny but you don’t think that there’s much difference between, say, saving a project with your mouse through the file menu and simply pressing a button on Nucleus. Sure, you’re talking about a second’s difference, but when you’re working that makes all the difference. Already Nucleus has speeded up my workflow quite a bit.”