September 28th, 2017 by SonicScoop
In today’s video post, veteran mastering engineer Joe Lambert walks us through a real mastering session to drop decades worth of insights on putting the final touches on a release.
Check out the video below, complete with audio examples. (To hear the full, finished before-and-after versions of this track, click Read more...
August 10th, 2017 by Roger Montejano
We are back with a new collection of Pro Tools shortcuts that will make your clients look at you like a badass Pro Tools sorcerer, flying over the keys and making things happen in no time.
In case you missed it, you should read the first installment in this series Read more...
January 11th, 2017 by SonicScoop
SonicScoop’s new course, Mixing Breakthroughs, is out now.
We are proud to announce our new course, Mixing Breakthroughs, featuring renowned SonicScoop editor and trusted mastering engineer, Justin Colletti.
Mixing Breakthroughs is a one-of-a-kind learning experience for beginning to advanced mixers: Instead of just mousing around on a screen and Read more...
June 18th, 2012 by Jason Finkel
Over the past 10-15 years the “Loudness Wars” have been waged against engineers and music fans alike.
The Slate Digital FG-X Virtual Mastering Compressor is a Mac/Windows plugin for VST, RTAS and AU, and priced at $249.
The desire to be the loudest and most ear-catching track has led to Read more...
November 30th, 2010 by David Weiss
Jon Gordon Music Production (JGMP) recently hosted a number of sessions from its versatile studio in Chelsea. Recent highlights include:
(l-r) Haruna and Yako Miyamoto of COBU, David Darby of Drury Design Dynamics, and Yuki of COBU were at JGMP.
— COBU, Drury Design Dynamics – Prerecord for IBM IOD Read more...