August 3rd, 2017 by Mike Major
If you wanted to record something of reasonably good quality 20 years ago, you generally had to go to a recording studio that had a professional-grade tape machine, a console, and a whole slew of outboard gear and mics.
That studio would have had an engineer, too. Back then, the Read more...
June 23rd, 2017 by Dan Gluszak
Waves is now shipping the Brauer Motion plugin.
Explore new ways to create movement in your mixes with Brauer Motion, a collaboration between Waves and GRAMMY®-winning mix engineer Michael Brauer.
Brauer Motion is a spherical auto-panner developed together with GRAMMY®-winning mix engineer Michael Brauer, allowing you to create an unprecedented Read more...
June 9th, 2017 by Dan Gluszak
Genelec announces availability of the 1032C two-way nearfield monitor.
Expanding on the legendary 1032 two-way nearfield monitor, Genelec introduces the 1032C, featuring Smart Active Monitoring™ technology.
The Genelec 1032 is one of the world’s most popular two-way nearfield monitors. The 1032C takes its predecessor’s design a step further by introducing Read more...
April 11th, 2017 by Zach McNees
Unmask your mix with the new “Masking” feature in iZotope’s Neutron — an intuitive way to address competing frequencies within your tracks.
Sometime in the past few years, I’ve noticed what I like to think of as a “third wave” of DAW-based processors emerging.
What started years ago as the Read more...
August 17th, 2015 by David Weiss
Meet Mike Kuz, who’s been Head Mixing Engineer for the New York City studio SweetSounds since Spring of this year.
With recent collaborations including Slaughterhouse, Walé, OnCue, Common, Smoke DZA, Slim Dollas, the I.S.A. and more, Kuz’ star as a producer and mixer is on the rise. What’s been guiding Read more...