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Monthly Archive: October 2018

  • API presented their new 2448 recording and mixing console for the first time at this year’s AES Convention in New York. Pictured is API president and owner Larry Droppa (L) with engineer/studio owner Dave Trumfio at the launch of the 2448. Trumfio has bought the first 32-channel version of the desk, to be installed in his […]
  • Sage Audio Mastering, located in the heart of Nashville, Tennessee has southern Gospel music in its soul. CEO Steve Corrao tells us more… Mastering gospel music requires an in-depth of understanding of the context in which it’s used and created. Gospel music is most often used for spiritual purposes in Houses of Worship (HoWs), but […]
  • Coinciding with its 40th anniversary year, Genelec announced the founding of the Genelec Dr. Ilpo Martikainen Audio Visionary Scholarship, at the AES (Audio Engineering Society) expo in New York City this week. The scholarship – to the value of $5,000 – will be offered annually to US graduate students (and also members of AES) in […]
  • Developed together with Abbey Road Studios, the TG Mastering Chain plugin is a modular mastering chain plug-in modeled after the EMI TG12410 Transfer Console used in Abbey Road’s mastering suites. The TG12410 has been used on albums like Pink Floyd’s The Dark Side of the Moon, Nirvana’s In Utero, Radiohead’s OK Computer and Ed Sheeran’s + . […]