October 5th, 2017 by SonicScoop
In part one of this new three-part series on Best Practices for the Home Studio, Justin Colletti talks acoustic treatment with GRAMMY-nominated engineer Bob Mallory, and walks you through a home studio acoustics makeover, complete with audio examples.
Join us as Justin introduces the materials and construction methods needed Read more...
September 13th, 2017 by Mike Major
You don’t have to go quite as far as this tech, pictured taking measurements in an anechoic chamber. But a little bit of time and attention spent on your acoustics and monitoring can go further than almost any other upgrade. (Image by Trevor Cox.)
Whenever a musician or fledgling recording Read more...
April 7th, 2017 by Dan Gluszak
Korg announces Kronos LS — a lighter addition to the flagship series.
Enjoy all of the same features offered in the Kronos 2 88 with its 40-pound counterpart: The Kronos LS.
Korg’s popular Kronos is now available with a Light-Touch keyboard, packing the power of a full-sized performance synth and Read more...
October 11th, 2016 by Rob Dominiak
DIY acoustic panels made by the author for his own studio according to the plans presented in this article.
When performing, recording or mixing, trusting what we hear is essential. That trust is built, in part, on our training and experience.
It is the sum total of how much we’ve Read more...
February 8th, 2016 by Gabriel Lamorie
Buckminster Fuller would be proud: The new GeoFusor sound diffusors from Auralex are based off of the geodesic dome pattern used for distribution of structural stress.
Auralex Announces GeoFusor Sound Diffusors
SonicScoop saw the GeoFusors previewed at Winter NAMM 2016 and we were impressed. According to Auralex, even distribution in Read more...