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Storyk/Molho families establish Berklee College of Music Scholarship

The recipients of the 2019 Berklee College of Music Scholarship have been announced. The Storyk/Molho Family Scholarship Award was established in July 2018 with a gift to Berklee College of Music of $20,000 by the families of Berklee graduate David Molho, (and upcoming graduate Ivan Molho) and WSDG Founding Partners …

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Keith Ross goes big with Genelec SAM monitors and subwoofers

Producer, mixer and songwriter Keith Ross has recently installed a pair of Genelec 8350A Smart Active Monitors and a 7380A Smart Active Subwoofer in his personal studio. Ross, a long-term Genelec fan based in South Florida, has worked with a number of top recording artists, including Fifth Harmony, The Roots, …

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Review: Aston Stealth

Alistair McGhee tests out this ‘revolutionary’ new broadcast quality microphone for studio and stage… — You have to feel a little sorry for microphone manufacturers. In an age where digital processing power sprinkles fairy dust on virtually every aspect of recording, in the world of microphones at the very front …

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Breaking the Mould: Mastering Engineer Emily Lazar on her recent Grammy win

Emily Lazar has been working hard to promote inclusivity of women in the music industry, and earlier this year became the first ever female mastering engineer to win a Grammy for her work on Beck’s “Colors” album. Here, AMI speaks to Lazar about making her mark in history… — You’ve …

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CEntrance launches new MixerFace Podcast series

CEntrance has launched a new podcast series to showcase its MixerFace mobile mixer + recorder. The new podcast is hosted by Michael Goodman, company founder and CEO, and features interviews with notable figures in the world of audio. Goodman has made many friends during his years of design work for …

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Waves to host SoundGrid 201 training in Phoenix next week

On Friday, May 10, Waves Audio will be hosting a SoundGrid 201 Certification Training in Phoenix at the campus of CRAS (Conservatory of Recording Arts and Sciences). The training session is designed to help attendees get familiar with SoundGrid systems for low-latency processing and networking, in the studio or live. …

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Review: Unity Audio Boulder MK-III

Nigel Palmer gets his hands on this 3-way active monitoring system from British manufacturer Unity Audio… — In 2012 I reviewed Unity Audio’s newly introduced The Boulder active loudspeaker for Audio Media, then minus the ‘International’. I liked what I heard at the time, and have been pleased to see …

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RØDECaster Pro introduces multitrack to SD card recording

RØDE Microphones has announced the next major firmware update to the RØDECaster Pro, its fully integrated podcast production studio. Following on from the first update back in February, which introduced multitrack recording via USB, the 1.2.0 update expands the RØDECaster Pro’s multitrack capabilities, enabling multitrack recording direct to microSD, and …

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Doing Science: What’s new with Sound Particles 2

Colby Ramsey catches up with Nuno Fonseca about what we can expect from Sound Particles 2.0… — For those who aren’t familiar, Sound Particles is an immersive CGI-like software application for film, TV, VR, music and game audio production. Introduced in 2016, it is designed to offer unique and efficient …

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