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Creative Techniques & Technology for Music & Audio Production

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    It could happen to you: One minute you’re engineering at the studio that you’ve grown to love, and the next minute… you’re the studio’s owner.

    That’s a leap that does take place in the studio world, and most recently at Vinegar Hill Sound (VHS) in Brooklyn. Reed Black met the … Read More


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    If the UK or Europe is your base, you can take part in a unique music supervision event featuring SonicScoop co-founder David Weiss very soon.

    The next “Sync Songwriter Workshop”, a music supervision-based event, has been announced by The SongHunters, FlavorLab, SynchAudio and VICE Media.

    Lindsay-Bea Davis, … Read More


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    Spectrasonics Omnisphere 2.

    When the first version of Omnisphere was released in 2008, the world of software synthesis was in a very different stage of development.

    The critical mass of users who favored software instruments had yet to crest, and very few musicians would publicly bet their reputations on the … Read More


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    R.J. Gordon.

    R.J. Gordon mixes Front-of-House at Brooklyn’s Shea Stadium, a space that’s part recording studio and part concert venue. Every single show that the venue hosts is recorded, mixed, mastered, archived online, and made available to the public free of charge.

    Gordon talks to us about his … Read More


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    PureMix Online is yet another great online resource for audio engineering tips and methods for those that want to gain skills typically acquired through hands-on experience in professional studios.

    Producing, mixing, and recording from two of the best.

    Their own Fab Dupoint will be leading a two-day Master Class alongside … Read More


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    Radial Engineering cooked up another gadget for us – The Headload Prodigy.

    Borrowing build from their original Headload guitar amp load box, the Headload Prodigy essentially brings the same tech to the more portable DI format.

    The hybrid DI + load box is portable and ready to handle high-powered … Read More


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    Josh Gannet is an audio engineer and producer who has racked up a ton of major credits as an assistant engineer, working in the studio with artists including Redman, Keith Richards, Slash, Steve Miller, French Montana, Maino, and Method Man. We spoke to Josh about his advice to aspiring engineers … Read More


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    Another all-steel, book-enclosed module is brought to us by Radial.

    Radial Engineering’s McBoost is powered by 48V phantom power.

    The McBoost is a dual FET class-A circuit for boosting low-output dynamic and ribbon microphones. McBoost provides up to 25 dB of boost, coupled with a 3-position high pass filter … Read More


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    We keep churning out great new stories on SonicScoop every day. But If you haven’t seen many articles from me personally on SonicScoop lately, there are a three very good (and very exciting) reasons for that:

    1. I’ve been working to help develop new writers for the site.

    The more … Read More


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    Yamaha Announces HPH-MT7 Monitor Headphones

    With the HPH-MT7 monitor headphones, Yamaha has sought to produce a pair of headphones that can deliver a flat frequency response, proper stereo image, and overall faithful signal representation.

    With a closed-back design, the MT7s are designed to provide isolation of the source, and surrounding … Read More


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    REFERENCE 3 from Sonarworks is a room calibration software that analyzes the listening environment through a calibrated microphone. After analysis, the software produces a calibration profile for that environment, flattening any anomalies identified during room analysis of direct and reflected sounds. And now, with a Windows edition freshly released, it’s … Read More


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    Six serious questions for Randy Thornton, Chairman of the PMA.

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    The production music business has its rewards and pitfalls – as well as a clutch of colleagues who are willing to share hard-won knowledge. LA composers, music producers, and the business minds who love them can ruminate with a roomful of top experts at the upcoming Production Music Association (PMA) event, “Keys to Building a […]

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    There’s a new mouthpiece for the Production Music Association (PMA). The PMA is the organization which promotes and protects the rights and interests of publishers and composers production music for use in film, TV, radio and new media. Today the PMA announced the appointment of Hunter Williams to the position of Executive Director. His new […]

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    If its masterful mentors you seek, look no further. The first annual Production Music Conference (PMC) is arriving in Los Angeles on September 12, and with it comes an opportunity to get up close with two of the best: the keynote speakers for its debut event will be the internationally renowned composer and multi-instrumentalist Stewart […]

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    If you’re seeking the must-attend event of the month, look no further — the Production Music Association (PMA) is hosting its Inaugural Tri-Coastal Music Mixer in New York City, Los Angeles, and Milwaukee on Thursday, July 23 (complete time and location details below). This party is sure to spark plenty of new friendships, but the […]

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    In the media world, production music is a vital component of sound-for-picture. These sonic libraries – which can range from specialized boutiques to all-encompassing collections numbering in the thousands – provide music supervisors, music editors, producers, and other media pros with a ready-to-go availability that composers and licensed artist tracks Read more...

    The post Opportunities, Challenges & Threats: Production Music at a Crossroads appeared first on SonicScoop.


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    The production music business has its rewards and pitfalls – as well as a clutch of colleagues who are willing to share hard-won knowledge.

    Steven Corn of BFM Digital brings his know-how to Wednesday’s PMA event.

    LA composers, music producers, and the business minds who love them can ruminate with Read more...

    The post LA Event Choice: “Keys to Building a Successful Library” – Wed. 7/24 appeared first on SonicScoop.


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    There’s a new mouthpiece for the Production Music Association (PMA).

    Hunter Williams joins the Production Music Association as Executive Director after 20 years at SESAC.

    The PMA is the organization which promotes and protects the rights and interests of publishers and composers production music for use in film, TV, radio Read more...

    The post Production Music Association appoints Hunter Williams as Executive Director appeared first on SonicScoop.


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    If its masterful mentors you seek, look no further.

    Stewart Copeland (picture) will keynote the afternoon session of the PMC, and Jeff Beal will keynote in the morning.

    The first annual Production Music Conference (PMC) is arriving in Los Angeles on September 12, and with it comes an opportunity to Read more...

    The post Stewart Copeland, Jeff Beal To Keynote 1st Annual Production Music Conference — LA, 9/12 appeared first on SonicScoop.


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