John Meyer: A Lifetime of Sound Science

By Tom Kenny | Feb 01, 2014

John Meyer is smart. Everyone who meets him comes away with that. And he can talk about an endless variety of subjects, learned and articulate in them all, with a rare ability to break down complex...

Robair Report: Ears Wide Open

By Gino Robair | Feb 01, 2014

In Zen they say: If something is boring after two minutes, try it for four. If still boring, try if for eight, sixteen, thirty-two, and so on. Eventually one discovers that it is not boring at all...

Tech Talk: What’s Your Reference?

By Kevin Becka | Feb 01, 2014

Over the past few months, I’ve been thinking about how the data our brains reference affects the outcomes of anything we do or think about. For example, those who saw Michael Jordan, Magic, or...

January 2014 Editor's Note: We’re All Lucky to Be Here

By Tom Kenny | Jan 01, 2014

Back when my younger daughter Jesse was 11 or 12, she used to love the VH1 nostalgia shows. Behind the Music, I Love the ’80s, that sort of thing. She’s a hard worker, a determined and forward...

Robair Report: An Improvement on Reality

By Gino Robair | Jan 01, 2014

One question that comes to mind when NAMM rolls around is: How much does audio quality and resolution really matter when recording? Not just in terms of capturing the full range of frequencies and...

Tech Talk: Traveling Rigs

By Kevin Becka | Jan 01, 2014

My first exposure to audio tech was as a guitar player. My band had a Shure VA-302-C Vocal Master, and I played my Gibson 335 through a gigantic Acoustic amp with two 15-inch speakers and a blue...

December 2013 Editor's Note: Early Adopters

By Tom Kenny | Dec 01, 2013

There used to be a relatively simple delineation among creatives who use technology in their daily lives: those who are “early adopters” and those who take a “wait-and-see” approach. Each camp has...


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Based On Relationships

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