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Creative Techniques & Technology for Music & Audio Production

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    A studio giant is getting his due, and then some, at the GRAMMY Awards in February. The Recording Academy Producers & Engineers Wing (also known as the P&E Wing) will celebrate its eighth annual GRAMMY Week event, this time by honoring three-time GRAMMY winning producer and artist Nile Rodgers for his commitment to excellence and […]

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    Call it an inner convergence. The latest music supervision service providers are bringing together more tools to help brands and content creators. A new NYC-based example is Able Baker. The firm is co-founded by two Executive Producers of Music/Music Supervisors, Peter Gannon and Jessica Dierauer, whose combined experience is expansive — Wieden + Kennedy, Ogilvy […]

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    Pensado for President! Could audio’s most visible personality be plotting a run for the Oval Office in 2016? The pundits here at SonicScoop say: it just might be possible. After all, Pensado’s Place is hosting a “Capital Jam” in Washington DC this weekend, and they’ll be playing to a capacity crowd at the historic Howard […]

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    Meet Mike Kuz, who’s been Head Mixing Engineer for the New York City studio SweetSounds since Spring of this year. With recent collaborations including Slaughterhouse, Walé, OnCue, Common, Smoke DZA, Slim Dollas, the I.S.A. and more, Kuz’ star as a producer and mixer is on the rise. What’s been guiding his career trajectory? See exactly […]

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    Call it an inner convergence. The latest music supervision service providers are bringing together more tools to help brands and content creators.

    A new NYC-based example is Able Baker. The firm is co-founded by two Executive Producers of Music/Music Supervisors, Peter Gannon and Jessica Dierauer, whose combined experience is expansive Read more...

    The post Able Baker: An NYC Firm Hears the New ABC’s of Music Supervision appeared first on SonicScoop.


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    Pensado for President! Could audio’s most visible personality be plotting a run for the Oval Office in 2016?

    All things Pensado are live and in person in Washington DC, this weekend.

    The pundits here at SonicScoop say: it just might be possible. After all, Pensado’s Place is hosting a “Capital Read more...

    The post “Pensado’s Place” Goes to Washington: An Interview with Dave Pensado and Herb Trawick appeared first on SonicScoop.


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    Meet Mike Kuz, who’s been Head Mixing Engineer for the New York City studio SweetSounds since Spring of this year.

    With recent collaborations including Slaughterhouse, Walé, OnCue, Common, Smoke DZA, Slim Dollas, the I.S.A. and more, Kuz’ star as a producer and mixer is on the rise. What’s been guiding Read more...

    The post Studio Pro Profile: Mike Kuz, Head Mixing Engineer — SweetSounds, NYC appeared first on SonicScoop.


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    Unmask your mix with the new “Masking” feature in iZotope’s Neutron — an intuitive way to address competing frequencies within your tracks.

    Sometime in the past few years, I’ve noticed what I like to think of as a “third wave” of DAW-based processors emerging.

    What started years ago as the Read more...

    The post New Software Review: “Neutron”, iZotope’s Latest Mixing Plug-in appeared first on SonicScoop.


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    The new feature-packed Cubase 9 comes in three levels: “Pro,” “Artist,” and “Elements” — each offering users a plethora of powerful and intuitive tools based on their specific needs.

    DAWs are the centerpiece of most studios in 2017, and the market is filled with a number of options for producers Read more...

    The post New Software Review: Cubase 9 Pro by Steinberg appeared first on SonicScoop.


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    Genelec announces availability of the 1032C two-way nearfield monitor.

    Expanding on the legendary 1032 two-way nearfield monitor, Genelec introduces the 1032C, featuring Smart Active Monitoring™ technology.

    The Genelec 1032 is one of the world’s most popular two-way nearfield monitors. The 1032C takes its predecessor’s design a step further by introducing Read more...

    The post New Gear Alert: Genelec’s 1032C Monitor, iZotope’s Neutron Elements, Softube Goes Tape & More appeared first on SonicScoop.


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    Often a smarter move can be found in the middle ground that Heavy Duty specializes in: an original song with all the sonic trappings of a chart-topping hit, minus the sky-high synch fee and emotional baggage. The track may have been built from the ground up for the brand and Read more...

    The post From Adele and Usher to the Advertising World: Ariel Rechtshaid is the Dual Producer appeared first on SonicScoop.


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    I also like to try and remember that many of these numbers come from the US government. Though a well-meaning and well-educated bunch I’m sure, they are also working within the same kind of institutional framework that brings you the Post Office, the DMV, the VA, the FCC and the Read more...

    The post Industry Intel: 2018 Audio Engineer Salary & Jobs Report appeared first on SonicScoop.


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    I get very emotional about things like that, actually. I think that’s why I’m a good producer, because I cry a lot when I listen to music. I need to feel it. You have to be in contact with your heart, you really do. If you don’t feel anything, you Read more...

    The post On Hand for the #1 Hit: How Producer Howard Benson Recorded “The Mountain” by Three Days Grace appeared first on SonicScoop.


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    PreSonus now shipping next-generation FaderPort.

    This new generation of the classic FaderPort USB production controller incorporates elements from PreSonus’ award-winning FaderPort 8. A great solution for anyone who mixes in the box, the new and improved FaderPort provides a 100 mm touch-sensitive, motorized fader for writing fades and automation Read more...

    The post New Gear Alert: PreSonus’ Next-Generation FaderPort, Bitwig Studio 2.4, Burl Integrates Waves SoundGrid & More appeared first on SonicScoop.


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    When iZotope originally released VocalSynth in 2016, its unique feature set immediately turned a lot of heads. Clearly, it was designed for vocal production, but how to put such a novel assortment of features to use together was a bit less clear to many at first.

    The original VocalSynth included Read more...

    The post New Software Review: iZotope VocalSynth 2 appeared first on SonicScoop.


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