Taking the G5 Live!

Feb 1, 2004, By Kevin Becka

Whenever Apple releases a new computer, it invariably makes audio folks drool with anticipation but ultimately begs the question:...

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....

The Sound of Silence

Jan 1, 2004, By Oliver Masciarotte

Last month, I discussed an Open Source DAW, so this month, let's take a look at some hardware aspects of that DIY DAW by taking what is a free computer...

Don't Throw Away That Amp!

Jan 1, 2004, By Eddie Ciletti

It might be January for you, but I'm writing this in October, still recovering from the AES show and already thinking about NAMM....

BIAS Peak 4

Dec 1, 2003, By Laura Pallanck

Besides getting a new look, the latest version of BIAS' 2-channel, Mac-only audio editor, Peak 4, includes a number of useful features, such as multiprocessor support, the ability to loop QuickTime movies and record audio while a movie is playing, and the ability to perform disk-at-once CD burning directly from the playlist or any audio document window....

Recording Piano

Nov 1, 2003, By Blair Jackson

Periodically, we like to check with engineers to see whether technology or other considerations have changed the ways they record music....

The Geeks Speak

Oct 1, 2003, By Eddie Ciletti and Friends

The technician's path is one of evolution, from repair and installation to modifications, design and, for some, manufacturing....

The Decca Tree

Sep 1, 2003, By Ron Streicher

Ever since the 1930s, when early experiments in stereo transmission techniques were conducted on both sides of the Atlantic, two basic but radically different approaches to stereophonic recording — coincident microphones vs. spaced microphones — have coexisted....

And I Thought the Salsa Was Hot!

Sep 1, 2003, By Oliver Masciarotte

Chips, they're everywhere: in your toaster, in your car (quite a few, in fact) and, of course, in your DAW....

The Engineer and the Vocalist

Aug 1, 2003, By Maureen Droney

So what's the big deal? With automatic tuning devices, nondestructive digital editing, multitracking and effects, why worry about the vocal sound?...

Just Hum a Few Bars

Aug 1, 2003, By Oliver Masciarotte

>By now, you've probably come across some appliance or service that recognizes human speech: your cell phone, perhaps, or the customer service call-in line at your credit card company....

Guitar Amps and Tubes

Jul 1, 2003, BY EDDIE CILETTI

I have more than a passing interest in guitar-amplification technology, specifically the tubular variety. Here are a few tips that range from safety to sonics, and noise immunity to tube testing....

Recording the Band

Jul 1, 2003, By Blair Jackson

There was a time, not so very long ago, when nearly all "live albums" were recorded by remote trucks. Occasionally, you would find a band - such as the Grateful Dead - who were serious about keeping an archive of all their performances for posterity and so made simple stereo recordings from the soundboard's feed, but they were the exception rather than the rule in the '60s and '70s. Needless to say, things have changed....

Get Trigger-Happy With Digital Performer

Jun 1, 2003, BY MICHAEL COOPER

Mark of the Unicorn’s Digital Performer audio software can be used to trigger drums. Tips for audio professionals using Digital Performer with drum triggers....

Posting and Beaming Into the Future

Apr 1, 2003, BY PAUL D. LEHRMAN

Welcome to the GSPoT! the kid grinned at me. Mr. Grumpmeier told us you were coming. We're really happy you're going to write about us in Mix magazine....

The Time Tunnel

Apr 1, 2003, Eddie Ciletti

My first encounter with the EMT-156 dates back to 1982, when I was wrapping up a project with Bay Area band The Mutants (as produced by the late Snakefinger)...

Cardioid-Carrying Member

Mar 1, 2003, BY EDDIE CILETTI

In my January column, I touched on four variables of low-frequency perception: the Equal Loudness Curve for humans; loudness controls found on consumer...

Double Your Bits, Double Your Fun

Mar 1, 2003, BY OLIVER MASCIAROTTE

Mix takes a look at one of the most basic questions a budding audio novice asks: "Mommy, why do we need 24 bits when our hearing's only 20?"...

Signal Processing and Methods in Surround Mixing

Mar 1, 2003, BY BARRY RUDOLPH

Mix talked to eight professional surround engineer/producers about signal processing in surround. Here's what they had to say....

The Quest for Power

Mar 1, 2003, by Ned Mann

We all want more power. Admit it. When it comes to the gear we all lust after whether it's a Massenburg EQ or the hottest new plug-in it never seems to...

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