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Thursday July 21, 2016. 07:02 AM
Chandler Limited’s TG Microphone Cassette adds to the design of the TG2 mic pre with a TG1 limiter and curve bender EQ section. The unit takes its inspiration from the EMI/Abbey Road Studio TG12345 consoles of the late ’60s and ’70s. TG Microphone Cassette is designed...
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Once you lose it, you’ve lost it. Not just brain cells, that applies to hearing too. And it’s the reason most of us audio peeps (especially mastering engineers) are a bit precious about our hearing — and rightly so. Many a veteran FOH engineer will advise up-and-comers ...
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Wednesday July 20, 2016. 05:55 AM
Waves’ new plug-in Scheps Parallel Particles was designed in collaboration with veteran producer/engineer Andrew Scheps as an easy entry into his mixing approach. Four main controls correspond with Scheps’s four go-to mixing processes — Sub, Air, Bite and Thick. Great...
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d&b audiotechnik has officially joined the AVnu Alliance, the industry consortium that fosters the adoption of AVB/TSN (Audio Video Bridging/Time Sensitive Networking) protocols and an open ecosystem of certified products. d&b product manager, Vicent Perales, says the move...
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Tuesday July 19, 2016. 08:30 AM
All the numbers add up as Arturia’s fifth V Collection grows with five new instruments. Review: Preshan John Arturia’s V Collection is a virtual candy store for vintage synth enthusiasts. They’ve been used on countless records as stand-ins for the often unattainable...
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Garageband has become a default demo machine, but have you overlooked Mainstage as a budget compositional tool? Column: Brad Watts Back in the dark ages of synthesis, many a musician longed for the ability to layer the sound from one synth, with the sound of another. Imagine ...
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Struggling with overheads? Follow this guide and they could soon be a thing of the past. Column: Martin Walker A reader recently emailed me to ask which free utilities I recommended to manage or control Windows Services and Processes, since the CPU overheads on his audio PC...
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The Beatle Boys upped the ante for tribute bands everywhere by adding orchestral backing to their live show. Story: Preshan John If you’re in a band, I guess it’s the ultimate compliment knowing there are people out there who play covers of your songs. It’s also pretty ...
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Producer Pip Norman breaks down the ultimate Chillwave vocal sound. Story: Preshan John I unearthed a handful of synonyms to help me get a handle on the ambiguous Chillwave genre to which Troye Sivan has become attached. ‘Glo-fi’, absolutely no help. ‘Downtempo pop’...
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Hillsong’s quest to be the best is intimidating. Its tech people aren’t. AT finds out what makes the world’s best-known church tick. Story: Christopher Holder Execute; review; improve; repeat. I normally do my best to ensure the first sentence of an AT story is...
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The Festival Centre in Adelaide has been one of the first real pitstops for the PM10 in Australia, we wanted to get the scoop on how it sounds and feels from monitor engineer, Craig McCowat. McCowat regularly mixes monitors at Festival Centre and got to use the console on...
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At the end of last year, Clair Global invested in a controlling share of JPJ Audio. We sat down to talk about it with JPJ Audio Director/Shareholder, Bruce Johnston, who was surprised the news had stayed under wraps for so long. “As nothing was really changing other than a ...
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Monday July 18, 2016. 09:23 AM
The Living End are one of the tightest three-pieces around. But Shift was the first time the band has ever written songs together by jamming in the studio. Story: Mark Davie It’s been a while since The Longnecks have surfaced on a bill, or Glen Waverley & The Mentones, The ...
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With only three days to port Rüfüs’s Coachella live show over to the Avid S6L and develop a new muscle memory, FOH Engineer Cam Trewin had to trust what his ears were telling him… that it was all worth it. Report: Mark Davie Standing front and centre on the floor of...
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with James ‘Jimbo’ Barton When did your audio engineering career begin? I have been engineering and producing for 30 plus years! Bill Armstrong (AAV/Armstrong Studios Melbourne) hired myself, Quintin Rosario and Demo Karabatakis to work in his ethnic radio stations 3EA...
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At first glance it looks like an unashamed copy of Teenage Engineering’s Pocket Operator, but a deeper look will reveal the micro-sized Zont digital synthesizer to be an entirely different beast. It’s got sharp looks, that’s for sure — kinda like a futuristic...
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There’s more to phase than just flipping it. Here’s how to read phase when it starts getting shifty. Review: Ewan McDonald When I first started using a measurement system, I would hide the phase response because I had no idea what it meant. It wasn’t until someone...
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Rufus Wainwright has never been one to settle on any style, but lately he’s been obsessed with one particular artist, Shakespeare. Maestro Marcus de Vries helped Wainwright pull together a diverse tribute to the bard for his 400th birthday. Story: Paul Tingen As the son...
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Even though they lost a member, The Temper Trap have managed to expand on their DNA with the help of a cadre of contributors, producer Damian Taylor and their new London studio. Story: Mark Davie Damian Taylor Portrait: Victoria Dimaano There were two dots that seemed a bit...
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Butch Vig gives AT a sneak peek inside his ‘glorified bedroom studio’ Grunge is Dead where Garbage wrote and recorded half their latest album. Story: Mark Davie Butch Vig Portraits: Cameron Crone Could there be a more credible flagwaver for the legitimacy of home studios ...
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