The State of 5.1 Mastering 2003
When mastering engineers began working in the 5.1-channel domain in the mid- to late '90s, they had few tools at their disposal and little...
And the Award Goes to
Music fans will remember the 45th annual Grammy Awards as the one where jazzy chanteuse Norah Jones stole the show, beating out such veterans...
Al Fierstein — who built Sorcerer Sound in 1974 — never intended for the facility to serve as a stand-alone recording venue; he merely...
Released en masse in August 2002 on dual-layer discs that feature SACD and Red Book streams, a new Abkco Series encompasses the Rolling Stones'...
One could endlessly debate the relative merits of the world's great mastering studios and the engineers who work in them. However, few would argue...
Voyager Sound GraphiMix
We all know the strengths and weaknesses of digital audio mixers and workstations. Mixers allow the user to recall virtually every console parameter,
Elliot Scheiner’s Eyeball Studio
Why do engineers build home studios? Their motivations tend to fall into two categories. On the one hand are those who for lifestyle, business...
Maine’s CSP Mobile Productions
When Maine Radio & Television subsidiary CSP Mobile Productions launched its first video truck in 1989, the company was building on a 60-year tradition
MASTERING FOR 5.1
Three top engineers share their views with Mix about the aesthetics, logistics and technical aspects of surround.
NY METRO REPORT
In New York and throughout the world, the shock following the terrorist attacks of September 11 gave way to helplessness. People who wanted to...