October 19th, 2016 by Zach McNees
The landscape of post-production mixing tools available—especially for budget-conscious engineers working on independent projects—is constantly expanding.
I’ve had the pleasure of working with and reviewing some really unique software-based foley products for SonicScoop in the past, so when a regular reader emailed me to insist I check out Tovusound and Read more...
The SPL TDx packs a big punch into the compact 500 series format.
Transient processors have come to be one of the most popular dynamics tools in modern music production.
Germany’s Sound Performance Lab (SPL) has quite the pedigree in this area already, having invented the original “Transient Designer”.
Now, Read more...
October 6th, 2016 by Zach McNees
The new Pro Tools Dock from Avid.
When it comes to mixing in the studio, a majority of audio engineers—whether in music or in film—work “in the box” these days.
While the technology for mixing films and albums has largely shrunk to the size of a desktop computer, one sector Read more...
September 29th, 2016 by Nic Hard
The new Twin Servo 500 from Radial Engineering brings the astonishingly hi-fi performance of the Jensen Twin Servo to a compact 500-series package.
Those of you lucky enough to know what a Jensen Twin Servo 990 or John Hardy preamp sounds like will probably be very exited to hear about Read more...
September 22nd, 2016 by Carmen Borgia
RTW’s “Masterclass Mastering” and “Loudness” tools bring all of the power and flexibility of their acclaimed hardware meters to a cost-effective software package.
RTW, an audio company based in Cologne, Germany, has been designing and manufacturing broadcast-quality metering tools and other devices since 1965.
This year, two new software releases Read more...