Notes on Control, Survival and Networked Audio
Every single month, in putting together issues of "Mix," I am reminded of just how many and varied styles there are to bring music and sound to life.
Notes on Smart Software EQs and Showing up for the Gig
So many, many great memories, and they all involve music.
If you want to know what’s going on in the audio industry, talk to the studio designers—they’re usually a step or two ahead of the curve because they are building for the future.
Thoughts from Mix technology editors Mike Levine and Steve La Cerra on downtime, musicians v. loops, etiquette and analog sound
Steve La Cerra, from his seat at FOH, says that there's no need to be rude to crew... it's simply a rock and roll show
Our author finds himself at an analog console for a live mix and takes a moment to listen
By Tom Kenny. Times have changed, certainly, and few artists today have the luxury to book a high-end studio for more than a week or two.
Mix's new technology editors, Mike Levine and Steve La Cerra, introduce themselves.
Tom Kenny reflects on immersive audio techniques at Innovative Post Solutions, Charlie Butten's influence on Clear-Com, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, and Mix technical editor Kevin Becka.
At this last NAMM show, I accepted a new gig as a team member at Pro Tools Expert.
New Weekly Blog on Recording and Production, With Mike Levine
By Kevin Becka. “Protection” as a theme covers more than just ears.