July 27th, 2017 by David Silverstein
In this new series, we’ll be discussing the pioneers of audio engineering—our innovators, giants, and audio forebearers.
If we had an audio Mt. Rushmore, these are the faces that would be on it. The first engineer in this series is Tom Dowd, the “Father of the Atlantic Sound.”
Tom Dowd, Read more...
May 24th, 2017 by David Silverstein
Here’s how to avoid some common mistakes that can prevent your studio internship from turning into a great opportunity.
Interning at a recording studio is something that so many professional engineers have done at one point or another.
Today, it’s often seen as an engineer’s right of passage—it’s how we Read more...
April 27th, 2017 by David Silverstein
We’ve all made mistakes. Missed punch ins, bad edits, a vocal tuning glitch. If you’re like me, then you’ve probably painstakingly edited and reedited a track once, twice or a hundred times because something wasn’t just right.
Well, as a reminder of the futility in perfectionism, here’s a list Read more...