March 4th, 2017 by SonicScoop
As of this week, our new full-length “Mixing Breakthroughs” course with SonicScoop editor Justin Colletti celebrates its 2-month anniversary.
We’ve been getting some tremendous feedback on Justin’s new course so far, with satisfied users calling it “perfectly explained”, “full of precious information”, and are complimenting the course on its “great, Read more...
February 2nd, 2016 by SonicScoop
SonicScoop editor Justin Colletti is back on video again with an in-depth tutorial on parallel compression and the classic “New York Compression” technique, thanks to a partnership with B&H Pro Audio.
(Also check out Part 2 on Sidechain Compression, and Part 3 on Serial Compression.)
This is the first installment Read more...
December 11th, 2014 by Gabriel Lamorie
Based out of Sweden, hardware developer TK Audio is now introducing the Mono Blender.
Parallel processing is easier than ever with TK Audio’s Mono Blender.
This 500 series module makes parallel processing easier than ever – an easy example would be using an LA2A compressor as one input on the Read more...
June 23rd, 2011 by Justin Colletti
“Parallel Processing” is a term that can describe a number of techniques engineers use in pursuit of punchy, relentless backbeats, rock-solid bass-lines, and vocals that speak with power and nuance.
At its most basic level, this family of tactics is at play whenever we duplicate an audio feed, and treat Read more...