January 25th, 2016 by Ryan Merriweather
As great as they may be with music theory, recording techniques and post-production, when it comes to the music business and licensing, many audio professionals find themselves in the dark about what it really takes to survive and thrive in the 21st century.
Image by Flickr user Jonathan Grado
While Read more...
September 29th, 2015 by David Weiss
This is NOT a scoop: Avatar Studios is for sale.
Unarguably New York City’s signature audio facility, Avatar was first rumored to be available via a minimalist Billboard article that ran on Friday, September 25th. Then, the story officially broke on the New York Times three days later, in a Read more...
July 31st, 2015 by Gabriel Lamorie
RODE Microphones founder and Managing Director, Peter Freedman, announced the acquisition of US-based audio hardware manufacturer, Aphex, on July 24th.
RODE and Aphex are at the top of their league in their own respects – RODE is one of the top manufacturers of audio recording equipment from mobile production to Read more...
July 1st, 2015 by Justin Colletti
So, you’ve recorded some great songs. Now how in the name of heck do you get people to actually listen to them??
Justin Colletti is back on the SonicScoop Video Blog with a new post on promoting and distributing music:
“How To Get Your Music Heard (By Actual People)”
March 23rd, 2015 by Bassy Bob
Wendy Starland exudes the ideal of the modern entrepreneurial recording artist. She is also famous for having discovered and developed Lady Gaga at NYC’s famed venue The Cutting Room – a fruitful relationship that led to regular songwriting collaborations for years to follow.
Wendy Starland has important advice for collaborators Read more...