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Gear Reviews

By Brandon S Hire
In Software Reviews
Mar 17th, 2017
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Recently Boz Digital Labs released Transgressor, which is a transient designer that allows you to eq the transient and the sustain separately. This plugin seems like it was created with my workflow in mind, so when I got the chance to get a review copy I was stoked! Let me explain.   I tend to [&hell...
By Richard L'Hommedieu
In DIY Booking
Mar 9th, 2017
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The Indie Bible Bundle Since 1999 the Indie Bible has been publishing the most recognized and encompassing guide for the independent musician available. In the past I have purchased the Indie Bible in printed form, but now with the 18th edition available as a digital only version, I decided to take t...
By Brandon S Hire
In Recording Techniques
Feb 24th, 2017
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Understanding Drum Sample Libraries From bedroom producers, to the top brass mixing engineers with multiple grammies, there are a lot of people who use drum samples in their mixes. Joey Sturgis is famous for using Kick 10 from Steven Slate Drums in many of his productions (although now Joey Sturgis h...
By Cameron Bashaw
In Building Your Studio
Feb 21st, 2017
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 To Subscribe Or Not To Subscribe Whether you’re an aspiring artist or seasoned industry vet, you undoubtedly have noticed the subscription trend getting picked up by more and more software developers.  On December 12th 2016,  Softube announced their new subscription model for their plugin collection...
By Brandon S Hire
In Recording Techniques
Feb 15th, 2017
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Plugin manufacturers are on a never ending quest to develop the holy grail of plugins…the perfect digital model of a classic analog piece that everyone in the industry embraces as the most accurate, bar none. This is admirable in that it pushes the technology further and further, and now we have top ...
By Brandon S Hire
In Hardware Reviews
Feb 15th, 2017
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Back in the day, we had hardware. Since then, we started using software. Over the years, we’ve become better and better at developing this software so that it fools the trained ear into thinking it’s hardware. We make it move, overload, have noise, and try to recreate the exact sonic imprint of the h...
By Richard L'Hommedieu
In Hardware Reviews
Jul 5th, 2016
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I have been working sound for the last 30 years or more, both as a Live Sound engineer and in the recording studio. I have had the opportunity to work on a variety of mixing desks over the years. From the large venue installed systems to small touring systems. Some great desks, some not so […]...
By Rhetta
In Book Reviews
May 8th, 2016
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I just watched “Janis: Little Girl Blue” on DVD, complete with deleted and expanded scenes not shown on PBS, and it just caused a storm of emotions. In a bit, I have to write a proper review of it,but right now, I want to talk about it from a personal point of view, about how […]...
By Richard L'Hommedieu
In Acoustic Scene
May 2nd, 2016
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That’s Right! Making a Scene is now 2 years old! And what a great 2 years it has been. I am so excited about all that we have accomplished over the course of the last 2 years. Let me give you a rundown of how successful we have been since our launch in May of […]...
By Richard Ludmerer
In Book Reviews
Jan 6th, 2016
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Joseph A. Rosen Blues Hands Schiffer Publishing Ltd. This is photographer Joe Rosen’s first book. He is a free lance photographer working out of New York City. His work has appeared in Time, Newsweek and Sports Illustrated among other publications. Rosen is also a fan of Blues music. Rosen began phot...
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