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Mic preamps might look straightforward, but Andy Szikla uncovers the many trade-offs of designing a ‘wire with gain’. Column: Andy Szikla In one of his books about lateral thinking, Edward de Bono talks about a...

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APPLE NOTES 121

July 10, 2017 | 0 Comments

NAB Consumer Report Column: Brad Watts Ed Note: While not strictly an Apple-only column, this is all Mac-relevant. Enjoy Brad’s floor report from the premiere broadcaster’s conference. Recently I had the opportunity to attend the...

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PC AUDIO 121

July 7, 2017 | 0 Comments

Have you ever considered your PC itself as a source of audio material? Prepare to enter a strange new world of magnetic fields and mechanical interference. Column: Martin Walker This ‘PC Audio’ column is getting...

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Tutorial: Paul Tingen Artist: Ryan Riback Album: Remix of Starley’s Call On Me Remixing is mainstream these days. It’s gone from hip hop sample culture, to electronic music B-sides, to the classy heights of riffing...

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We clear the air on how to hear ambience and get the most out of what’s already in your studio space. Tutorial: Michael Carpenter As audio engineers, we interpret the concepts of ‘space’ and ‘ambience’...

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PC AUDIO 120

March 1, 2017 | 0 Comments

Is your PC running on the edge? If you’re prepared to reconsider some fundamental options, there may be a simple solution. Column: Martin Walker I have a confession to make. My main studio PC is...

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APPLE NOTES 120

March 1, 2017 | 0 Comments

Logic Pro Brightens Up in 10.3 Column: Brad Watts Logic Pro X has come a very long way since the initial release on the Atari ST platform back in 1993. Then a product of Emagic,...

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PC AUDIO 119

January 11, 2017 | 0 Comments

Windows 10 may now update itself while you’re recording a session. Is this regime proving beneficial to the musician, or turning into a nightmare? Column: Martin Walker Microsoft’s Windows 10 Anniversary Update (aka Version 1607)...

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APPLE NOTES 119

January 11, 2017 | 0 Comments

Touched by an Apple. Column: Brad Watts Many pundits speculate Apple has again fallen into the rut of offering too many computer designs. On one hand Apple is heralding the demise of the traditional desktop...

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HOW TO PRODUCE A RECORD TODAY, PART 1

January 10, 2017 | 0 Comments

The role of the record producer has encompassed everything from ‘label A&R guy’ to freelance megastar producer. These days, everyone calls themselves a record producer, so we unpack the skills you actually need to truly...

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