August 7th, 2017 by David Weiss
Talk with Michael Brauer, and its immediately clear why he’s mixing like no one else: He communicates in conversation just as he does with his mixes – authentic, original, expressive.
A mixer in motion: Michael Brauer at Electric Lady.
From his suite at Electric Lady Studios, Brauer’s epic discography has Read more...
June 7th, 2017 by Matthew Wang
Recently, I sat down with Stephen Bartlett, Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer of a relatively new company called The Audio Hunt.
The idea is a simple, but fairly novel one. The Audio Hunt website entices studio owners to list some of the most enviable pieces of gear they have Read more...
April 17th, 2017 by David Weiss
There comes a time at a studio when change isn’t just desirable – it’s essential.
For Frequency Recording in White Plains, NY, that time arrived in 2016. A combo of Dangerous summing/monitoring and a Mackie control surface, converged with studio founder Rich Fabrizio’s considerable engineering expertise, had brought the 1,400 Read more...
February 9th, 2017 by Justin Colletti
Tatiana Moroz, a well-known proponent of Bitcoin, is using “blockchain” technology to fund her latest album, for a remarkably low-fee alternative to conventional crowdfunding campaigns.
Singer/songwriter and Blockchain advocate Tatiana Moroz has an enthusiasm for Bitcoin that is infectious.
Even I, a longtime Bitcoin skeptic, find myself nodding in agreement Read more...
January 24th, 2017 by Mike Major
When you auto-tune a blue note, what color does it become?
Sarah Vaughan, pictured here happily singing in an age before auto-tuning software, knew that making subtle choices in pitch was part of the performance.
Auto. Tune. These two simple words, whenever used together and in succession, make my skin Read more...