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Creative Techniques & Technology for Music & Audio Production

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    Sweden-based developers Propellerhead announced the next significant update for Reason 8.

    Reason 8.3 introduces a new RV7000 mkII convolution reverb, more user requested features, access to the the free Propellerhead music-making service, and further implementation of their auto-update feature that was introduced with Reason 8.2 for quick installation.

    Reason … Read More


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    Crave different microphone flavors when you record?

    The MicSwap app allows iOS users to record, filter, sync and share audio through virtual microphones.

    Of course you do, and you’re not alone. Having a large mic locker is the claim to fame for many a studio, and with good reason – … Read More


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    Justin Colletti visited the legendary Magic Shop recording studios this Thursday, and when he did, He brought a camera! Check out the first of our new studio tours on the SonicScoop video blog.

    Owner, producer and engineer Steve Rosenthal walks us through this versatile and storied space in the Soho … Read More


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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 … Read More


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    There’s a certain elegance to dedicated work space. An area designed with purpose and intent. Free from distractions of everyday life. Spaces like these can help artists achieve a level of focus that is otherwise difficult to come by. Recently such a place opened in the heart of Texas and … Read More


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    Sonarworks understands that headphones have physical limitations regarding the frequency response they can slather across our ears. Mixing, and referencing through headphones in particular are applications that sometimes fall short as a means of creating a balanced mix.

    One example of the digitally calibrated profile (AFTER) vs. the … Read More


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    Joey Sturgis’ “Mixing Master Class” is free to watch live July 16-17 on CreativeLive.

    This is a guest post by producer/mixer/engineer Joey Sturgis. Learn more from Joey at his upcoming CreativeLive “Mixing Master Class.” The live stream is free to watch July 16-17, and $69 afterwards on-demand.

    We … Read More


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    iZotope’s creative mastering platform Ozone 6 is, itself, capable of a wide range of sonic results. It is always great to feel confident that a mix is ready for the next level – mastering. But wouldn’t it be an even better feeling to have a veteran mastering engineer assist with … Read More


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    Justin Colletti is back on the SonicScoop video blog, answering reader questions about the gear we use for our quick and dirty video posts.

    Get a walkthrough of our equipment and hear three camera mics back-to-back: The built in DSLR mic, an Audio-Technica Lavalier and the sE Electronics Laser.… Read More


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    Hand-crafted audio hardware has been emanating from Grado Labs in Brooklyn for over 60 years. Now that connection to the Broken Land has grown even deeper with their announcement of the new Grado Heritage Series GH1 Brooklyn Tree Headphones.

    The first ever Brooklyn Tree headphone comes from Grado Labs.… Read More


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    We’re always hearing about the good old days of analog, when all of the non-linearities of tubes, transistors, transformers and tape combined to color recordings in a wonderful way. From the beginning of digital, producers and engineers have been trying to figure out how to get the flavor of analog … Read More


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    Who’s back in black? Matt Boynton, that’s who.

    When last we looked in on this unassumingly driven engineer, he was well on his way in Williamsburg. But the real estate moguls are digging ever deeper into Brooklyn, and his growing Vacation Island operation was sent packing.

    But nothing is … Read More


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    Radial Engineering has released a 500 series module based off of their original 8-channel rack-mount Space Heater (originally covered by SonicScoop here) to cater to the growing 500 community.

    The Space Heater 500’s fully enclosed exterior prevents additional hum from emanating out of the high voltage tube.

    The 500-series … Read More


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    Ableton's first hardware offering is about a lot more than just Pushing buttons.

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    To get the point on a piece of gear like Push, it’s essential to check it out live and in person. And there’s no better person to lead the way on Ableton’s adventurous new Push instrument and controller then Erin Barra:  Singer-Songwriter, Producer, Multi-Instrumentalist, EDM chanteuse, nationally touring artist, and near-future global celeb. (Check out […]

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    On Wednesday (10/30), Alto Music NYC is hosting an Ableton Push event at Downtown Music Studios in SoHo. And you’re invited! Part of the “Ableton Push Tour”, the Downtown event will feature artist Erin Barra presenting on how to use Live 9 and Push together to make and edit beats, compose melodies and harmonies, work […]

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    One of NYC’s most natural resources, Thomas Piper of The Peoples Republic of Sound will be pushing Push and Ableton Live into action. This FREE event happens at Wednesday, April 23, 7:00-9:00 PM at the Tekserve Seminar Room on 119 W 23rd Street, New York City. Visit the Event Page to RSVP. A highly accomplished […]

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    If you’re a producer or engineer who hasn’t heard about the Novation Launchpad series by now, it’s likely you’ve either been dead, avoiding electronic music production at all costs, or living under a rock. (Or maybe some combination of the above.) With the release of the latest iterations of these simple-yet-powerful control surfaces, Novation has […]

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    Ableton’s Push is many things, but at its very essence it’s an instrument that’s been created for the electronic musician. Not to say that it can’t be used by a traditional musician or instrumentalist, but it most definitely is an innovative and hugely powerful weapon on the front lines of Read more...

    The post Review: Ableton Push Instrument & Controller — By Erin Barra appeared first on SonicScoop.


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    To get the point on a piece of gear like Push, it’s essential to check it out live and in person.

    Erin Barra serves up Push at Tekserve this Thursday, July 18th.

    And there’s no better person to lead the way on Ableton’s adventurous new Push instrument and controller then Read more...

    The post Event Choice: Erin Barra Demonstrates Ableton Push at Tekserve, NYC – July 18th appeared first on SonicScoop.


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