Remapping Mastering: What the Masterdisk Relocation Means to Music Production

July 22, 2014 by  

Remapping Mastering: What the Masterdisk Relocation Means to Music Production

What happens when one of NYC’s mega facilities makes a move?

Augspurger Launches Duo 12.3 DSP – New Compact Studio Monitor

July 19, 2014 by  

There are big names in monitors, and there are HUGE names. The nomenclature that is Augspurger arguably looms huger than them all, and now there’s a new addition to this legendary line. Introduced by Professional Audio Design at Summer NAMM this week, the Augspurger Duo 12.3 DSP has arrived. The Duo 12.3 DSP aims to […]

Sparkplug Launches – New Sharing Economy Marketplace for Musicians, Audio Pros

July 17, 2014 by  

Will this development spark a disruption on how musicians and audio pros rent instruments, space and gear? The New York City-based tech startup Sparkplug has launched, creating an innovative online community marketplace specifically for musicians and artists to share their creative tools and resources. Sparkplug connects musicians all over the world, allowing them to easily […]

Producertech Launch Online Training Site for Maschine

July 16, 2014 by  

It’s not just a Maschine, it’s a way of life. That seems to be how the educators at Producertech feel, considering the inspired energy behind www.maschine-courses.com. Their new site is designed from the ground up to provide quality online training for Native Instrument’s increasingly popular groove production studio, Maschine. The courses range in price from […]

Console Switch: How Brooklyn’s SpeakerSonic Installed a Trident 80b — Step by Step

July 14, 2014 by  

Console Switch: How Brooklyn’s SpeakerSonic Installed a Trident 80b — Step by Step

Converting to a new desk takes preparation — and also some very fast thinking.

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