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Producer David Bendeth, Boz Digital Labs Release +10db Compressor Plug-In

Multi-platinum producer David Bendeth (Paramore, Breaking Benjamin, Papa Roach, Of Mice & Men, A Day to Remember) has a big fan club here at SonicScoop (check his inspiring “Mix Analysis” and “My...

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Review: A Practical Look at iZotope Ozone 6 – by Nick Messitte

Many years ago, I got a chance to sit behind a name-brand producer/engineer (no names here, only credits: One Direction, Flo Rida, Leona Lewis) and watch him mix a song for the band Augustana. There...

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“The iPad in the Music Studio” Published by Hal Leonard

We know what you’re thinking…a book about the iPad? But it’s not a contradiction — The iPad in the Music Studio is actually a smart multimedia tutorial, designed to quickly elevate your use of Apple’s...

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Steinberg Releases Cubase 8

Steinberg has been busy rebuilding their flagship DAW from the inside out. The next major installment, Cubase 8 comes to us with massive performance boosts, overhauled fader control, additional fader...

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TONE2 Audiosoftware Launches UltraSpace – Ambience-Modeling Solution

Don’t call it a reverb. Software smarties TONE2 Audiosoftware appear to have advanced ambience to the next level. Their vehicle is UltraSpace, a complete ambience-modeling solution that should prove to...

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Star Studios: Will Lee — Solo Satisfaction at The Beatles Museum, NYC

On a recent “Late Show with David Letterman,” longtime-band member bassist Will Lee is crooning the 1960’s classic “MacArthur Park” while laying down a punchy rhythm on his Sadowsky four-string Will...

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Renew Your Room Acoustics, Part 2: Rays Are Reflections

This is the second article in a series by Dennis Foley of Acoustic Fields. See “Part 1: Waves and Pressure” here. In the first part of this 6-part series, I discussed waves and rays of energy. Waves...

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EP Preview: Erica Glyn’s “Dollars for Thieves” — Five Fun Recording Facts!

Erica Glyn, NYC artist/engineer/mixer/producer (and SonicScoop contributor & video chanteuse!) will be launching her next work, the EP Dollars For Thieves in 2015. Comin’ at ya exclusively is this...

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TK Audio Announces Mono Blender

Based out of Sweden, hardware developer TK Audio is now introducing the Mono Blender. Parallel processing is easier than ever with TK Audio’s Mono Blender. This 500 series module makes parallel...

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Think You Can’t Sing? The Myths and Mysteries of Vocal Technique

From Star Search to American Idol to The Voice, television producers have made millions off of a simple conceit: Anyone can be a great singer, just not everyone. Image of Karen O courtesy of Flickr...

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Sugar Bytes Releases Looperator Plug-In

Always on their game with effects processing, Sugar Bytes now introduces their Looperator Plug-In. Looperator is a sequencer with a variety of modulation curves and effects that can be controlled via...

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Composer Cribs: Anthony Marinelli — Los Angeles

Seeking synth heaven? You’ll find a pocket of paradise at the studio of Anthony Marinelli in Los Angeles. Packed with analog synths, this is no keyboard museum. Marinelli puts it all to good use, and...

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MOTU Releases Monitor 8 – Monitor Mixer, Headphone Amp, & Audio Interface

MOTU is expanding their AVB (Audio Video Bridging) line of audio products with the Monitor 8. The new interface can route a variety of incoming audio sources to its dedicated 8 stereo output groups –...

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The Evolving YouTube Economy: Why AdRev Acquired DashGo

Google the phrase “YouTube economy” and the first results that come up are…a bunch of videos on YouTube about the economy. Maybe Google, which owns YouTube, doesn’t want it to be too obvious about the...

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Best New Gear of the Year: 2014 Edition

2014 was an active year for audio. From boutique modeling plugins to re-imaginations of the mixing console, intriguing designs aimed at niche markets seemed to be the norm. Join us as we look back at...

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Rapper Bobby Shmurda and GS9 Crew Arrested at Quad Recording Studios NYC

A long-term investigation of Brooklyn rapper Bobby Shmurda culminated in his arrest outside of Quad Recording Studios yesterday. Brooklyn rapper Bobby Shmurda and his GS9 crew were working at Quad...

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Sonnet Introduces Fusion R400 RAID USB 3.0 Rackmount Storage System

Storage may not be sexy, but it sure is essential. Here’s a smart-sized and affordable new solution designed to suit the studio. Sonnet’s new RAID storage system features USB 3.0 and offers multiple...

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Producer Profile: Kelvin Wooten – Making Hits and Multitasking

Kelvin Wooten is clearly comfortable wherever he is – the confidence of creating hits while remaining grounded will have that effect. Kelvin Wooten is well on his way. (Photo Credit: Dokk Savage) The...

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Softube Releases Mutronics Mutator Plug-In – Stereo Analog Filter & Envelope...

Softube has resurrected an outboard analog filter that was used by a number of iconic artists of the 1990s. The Mutronics Mutator’s unique sound became few and far between when production of a critical...

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Sonnox and Fraunhofer Launch Pro-Codec Version 3

When Sonnox says “Pro”, they mean it. That’s apparent in the newly launched Pro-Codec Version 3, which the English plugin wizards have just debuted in concert with their friends at Fraunhofer IIS. The...

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