Choosing Op Amps

Aug 1, 2004, By Eddie Ciletti

There are no black-and-white answers to upgrade questions. Even identical circuits behave differently, depending on the board layout and components used....

Alone Again, Virtually

Jul 1, 2004, BY PAUL D. LEHRMAN

Just as millions of Americans have come to believe that You can have it all, in our industry the new mantra is, You can do it all. It's hard to open a...

The Big Beat

Jul 1, 2004, By Blair Jackson

As the signature sound of world music groups to Latin acts like Gloria Estefan and contemporary pop legend Carlos Santana, percussion plays an essential,...

Field Test: Neutrik Test Instruments Minilyzer ML1

Jun 1, 2004, By Eddie Ciletti

After reviewing NTI's Minilyzer ML1 (Mix, January 2001), I knew it was a welcome addition to my bench and control room. This handheld package has a feature...

Bass-ic Instincts

Jun 1, 2004, By Eddie Ciletti

Initially, my spare bedroom-turned-control room was an abysmal environment. Now, clients remark about the stereo image and their ability to hear new things...

DAWs and Hybrid Mixing

May 1, 2004, By Kevin Becka

Alert: The following may alter or validate your views on audio production or even make you mad. Let's start with a basic fact: Like any product-maker,...

The Console-Workstation Interface

May 1, 2004, By Mel Lambert

As mixers, our dream is an all-in-one system that allows complete bi-directional control of workstation and console functions in real time....

5.1 Recording Vibes With ESE

May 1, 2004, By Rick Clark

The dusk outside the Marin County, Calif., studio The Site was magical, with deep reds, oranges and grays mixed with clouds, mist from billowing coastal overcast drifting in and redwood trees towering outside the tracking room windows....

Wireless Ties Built for Speed

May 1, 2004, By David Weiss

“High-speed networking” ceased to be a buzz phrase sometime during the end of the last millennium, but its significance in pro audio is growing....

Ghosts in the Machine

May 1, 2004, By Paul D. Lehrman

How many Elvis clones does it take to change a lightbulb? None. We have machines for that now. Remember when drummers were the butt of that joke? It was...

Thinking in Time

May 1, 2004, By Eddie Ciletti

Normally, I'm down in the hardware trenches with my soldering iron, but in the spirit of this month's “The New Means of Production” theme, I thought I'd step into the virtual realm....

Sony Vegas 4.0 With DVD Architect

Apr 1, 2004, By Joe Hannigan

Sony's (formerly Sonic Foundry's) Vegas 4.0 bundled with DVD Architect began life as an audio editor and added video later, so the interface makes a lot of sense for audio folks....

Ensemble Studios on Gods, Trolls and Minotaurs

Mar 1, 2004, By Blair Jackson

Ensemble Studios in Dallas is one of the most successful publishers of what are known as real-time strategy games....

A Wide-Open Market for Songs

Mar 1, 2004, By Blair Jackson

One fairly recent development in game audio is the steady increase in the licensing of songs by both established and up-and-coming rock and hip hop artists, usually not at the exclusion of a conventional music score, but in addition to....

Tips for Game Sound Designers

Mar 1, 2004, By Nick Peck

So you're a pro at post or an expert at mixing music CDs. Designing audio for games, however, is a whole different ballgame....

A Dangerous Science Fair Project

Mar 1, 2004, By Eddie Ciletti

Condenser microphones are the topic this month and I have a great story about them with a funny ending....

Ableton Live Version 3

Mar 1, 2004, By Barry Milroy

The fact that Ableton Live can instantaneously preview any .WAV, .AIFF or SDII file at any tempo with the click of a mouse without additional slicing or preparation, combined with the software's capability to run alongside Pro Tools (via ReWire) or function as a disk streaming software sampler, has made the product popular with both film and television music composers and loop-minded producers....

Oceans of Audio, Rivers of Bits

Mar 1, 2004, By Ron Franklin

It used to be that keeping track of audio or video projects meant pulling the appropriate tape reel out of the vault and cueing up the next session....

I (Might) Wanna Hold Your Hand

Feb 1, 2004, By Eddie Ciletti

Since moving to the Twin Cities, most of my business relationships have begun via e-mail....

Steinberg Nuendo 2

Feb 1, 2004, By K. K. Proffitt

Nuendo 2 has one of the fastest editing interfaces around, but you can get even more satisfaction for your “need for speed” if you learn a few handy shortcuts....

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