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Tag Archives: studio
Posted on April 11, 2012 by Absolute Music
Posted on February 8, 2012 by Joe Stachowiak
For rent: an extremely large 7 meters x 5 meters recording/mixing room, set in an idyllic and peaceful rural location, yet just 20 minutes from Brighton city centre and all amenities. The room has been acoustically designed by Phillip Newell with no expense spared and sounds fantastic. It is a truly professional environment of the highest standard, with the benefit of lots of natural daylight and a relaxing and creative ambience.
Posted on January 31, 2012 by Joe Stachowiak
We take a closer look at the radically designed sE Munro Egg monitoring system…
SE MUNRO EGG 150 - OUT OF THEIR SHELLS
Thanks to its range of expertly hand-built microphones, sE Electronics have gained a reputation for quality and affordability over the past few years. Now sE have teamed up with Andy Munro, one of the world's leading studio designers (responsible for installations at Abbey Road, AIR Studios and the BBC to name but a few) to create a completely new brand of ultra-high performance studio monitors: sE Munro. We've been itching to get our hands on these beauties for ages and, as we just found out, beauty is not just skin deep… the sE Munro Egg 150 system is fast becoming the most critically acclaimed monitoring system ever produced.
Posted on November 3, 2011 by Joe StachowiakUntil 31st December 2011, Focal and Universal Acoustics will be running a Winter Special offer, that provides a free Universal Acoustics Room kit with selected pairs of Focal monitors. Exact details are as follows:
Posted on October 5, 2011 by Tony Long
You can read more reviews like this, along with Tony's productions at his personal site -> Tony Long Music.
INTRODUCING SONAR X1 PRODUCER
I have been with Cakewalk Sonar Producer since version 6 and having worked myself through the necessary learning curve of a new DAW, I got to the point where I was very happy with 8.5 and all of the many facilities that it provided. For others, Sonar has always been let down by its interface. With Sonar X1, I want to believe that somewhere underneath this new look is my old familiar Sonar 8.5 and that I know exactly what to do. I think however that I have a bit of a learning to do, as well as some un-learning, especially as I understand that many of the keyboard shortcuts have changed.
Posted on September 22, 2011 by Joe Stachowiak
It’s due out at the end of this month, but what is this mysterious new product from the Propellerhead camp? I felt that it was time for me to find out! Please note that this article is a preview, not a review as I haven't used the Balance yet... I'm simply doing some research to inform you of what we can expect when it is released...
Posted on September 15, 2011 by Joe StachowiakAndy Munro is a name associated with the sound of some of the world's top studios. He is an acoustic consultant with 30 years of experience in sound and monitor design... in fact, he has even written a short article on each of these subjects for us if you are interested:• Studio Monitors with Andy Munro
• Room Acoustics with Andy Munro
Posted on September 9, 2011 by Joe Stachowiak
Stuck between a digital rock and an analogue hard place? Let Jono Buchanan and Andy Legg help you out of it...
Before the days of FireWire and USB-based DAW recording, the word ‘digital’ equated to ‘expensive’ and we were all charged a premium for digitally controlled signal paths and other digital features. However, over the years the cost of technology has fallen quickly so digital hardware is now more affordable than ever. Nevertheless, is a digital mixer right for your needs and budget? Well, hopefully that’s what the next three pages will help you to decide!
Posted on September 5, 2011 by Joe Stachowiak
The Presonus StudioLive 24.4.2 and 16.4.2 have already established themselves as popular products for both home and studio use. With this kind of momentum behind them, Presonus cleverly decided that the next step was to release a scaled down version that would be more friendly on the piggy bank and more suited to people that simply don’t need all the channels of the original versions. In this blog post I fired up the Presonus StudioLive 16.0.2 and found out exactly what it could do…
Posted on August 27, 2011 by Joe Stachowiak
Expert acoustician and monitor designer Andy Munro explains why it's so important to get exactly the right monitors…
MEET THE WRITER
Principle owner of Munro Acoustics, Andy co-founded Dynaudio Acoustics in 1990 and still designs custom Dynaudio monitor systems. He is currently designing many of the studios for the new BBC Broadcasting House and he is working with sE Electronics to develop a range of monitors.