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How UBK Became The Carroll Shelby Of Pro Audio

MILLVILLE, NJ — With his very first product, a modification on the Empirical Labs’ Fatso, Gregory Scott, aka UBK, has tapped into something that’s eluded many pro audio manufacturers for years. Instead of targeting one type of customer, the “pro” who understands gear inside and out or the self-recordist who Read more...

7 Questions For…Nite Club
NYC Spotlight

7 Questions For…Nite Club

WILLIAMSBURG, BROOKLYN: The musical alter ego of Richard Spitzer, Nite Club is worth a listen. His new album My Tronic on Tape Theory is indeed his own addictive take on organic electronic music. SonicScoop queried him thusly:

Q: One quote from Urb in your press kit reads, “Nite Club Read more...

Tam Lin Meets Mario J. McNulty
NYC Spotlight

Tam Lin Meets Mario J. McNulty

EAST VILLAGE, MANHATTAN: When you’re an acoustic guitar-playing singer/songwriter with folk tales to tell, everyone wants you to be the next Dylan. But Tam Lin has other plans.

“The music that I like and want to make is a lot more lush than just me and an acoustic guitar,” Read more...

Flux Is Hybrid Perfection
Gear Reviews

Flux Is Hybrid Perfection

EAST VILLAGE, MANHATTAN – Studios with in-house techs tend to be uniquely high functioning, and Flux Studios is no exception. Inside Flux, The Dangerous Room is NYC’s newest analog tracking studio, and one of its most technically innovative. At the center of The Dangerous Room sits a Neve 55 Series Read more...

Plot Twists In Rare Book Room

GREENPOINT, BROOKLYN – Ten years ago, Nicolas Vernhes moved his recording studio, The Rare Book Room, from Williamsburg to Greenpoint. Converting a deserted sewing machine factory, he built-out a studio to suit himself and naturally attracted artists of the same experimental ilk, including Animal Collective, Black Dice, Les Savy Fav, Read more...

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