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- 06/25/15--07:30: _New Brainworx Opto ...
- 06/26/15--07:11: _iZotope Releases RX...
- 06/29/15--03:00: _Post Evolution: How...
- 07/01/15--06:01: _Eiosis AirEQ Launch...
- 07/01/15--09:19: _How To Get Your Mus...
- 07/02/15--06:58: _Antelope Audio to L...
- 07/02/15--09:57: _Making the Mix Room...
- 07/03/15--06:51: _Propellerhead Relea...
- 07/06/15--07:10: _Sonic Startup — Bro...
- 07/06/15--09:35: _Video Studio Tour: ...
- 07/07/15--07:40: _NYC, LA & Milwaukee...
- 07/08/15--06:53: _Akai Professional I...
- 07/08/15--07:00: _Review: PSP’s Maste...
- 07/09/15--06:24: _Radial Engineering ...
- 06/25/15--07:30: New Brainworx Opto Compressor Plug-In FREE for SonicScoop Readers
- 06/29/15--03:00: Post Evolution: How NYC’s Dig It Audio Went All-In by Partnering Up
- 07/01/15--06:01: Eiosis AirEQ Launches Version 1.1 Update
- 07/01/15--09:19: How To Get Your Music Heard (By Actual People)
- 07/03/15--06:51: Propellerhead Releases Free Reason 8.3 Update
- 07/06/15--09:35: Video Studio Tour: Magic Shop Studios
- 07/08/15--06:53: Akai Professional Introduces MPD2 – New Series of Pad Controllers
- 07/08/15--07:00: Review: PSP’s MasterQ2 – Mastering EQ Plugin
- 07/09/15--06:24: Radial Engineering Releases Twinline Guitar Effects Router
Our friends over at Brainworx and Plugin Alliance have just released two new compressor plugins, both based on one cool optical circuit: The full-fledged bx_opto ($149 MSRP) and a “stompbox” version, the bx_opto Pedal ($49 MSRP).
And right now, SonicScoop readers can swoop the bx_opto Pedal for free!
Emphasizing the … Read More
Specialization is a double-edged sword: You can build a reputation as one of the best in your niche, but that doesn’t mean that business will be an easy ride.
AirEQ from French developer Eiosis was originally released back in November 2014. The EQ plug-in focuses on ease of use and effective results. Focusing less on the traditional ‘Q’ or ‘bandwidth’ nomenclature we see in EQ processors everywhere, AirEQ uses elemental terms to describe the effective filter shape like ‘water’, … Read More
So, you’ve recorded some great songs. Now how in the name of heck do you get people to actually listen to them??
The last time we talked to songwriter Paul Waaktaar-Savoy, he was working out of his own studio in SoHo, prolific as ever after having completed a farewell tour for his mega-platinum band A-ha a couple of years prior.
Today, he is back with a new studio and a new … Read More
Reason 8.3 introduces a new RV7000 mkII convolution reverb, more user requested features, access to the the free Propellerhead music-making service, and further implementation of their auto-update feature that was introduced with Reason 8.2 for quick installation.
Crave different microphone flavors when you record?
Of course you do, and you’re not alone. Having a large mic locker is the claim to fame for many a studio, and with good reason – … Read More
Justin Colletti visited the legendary Magic Shop recording studios this Thursday, and when he did, He brought a camera! Check out the first of our new studio tours on the SonicScoop video blog.
Owner, producer and engineer Steve Rosenthal walks us through this versatile and storied space in the Soho … Read More
If you’re seeking the must-attend event of the month, look no further — the Production Music Association (PMA) is hosting its Inaugural Tri-Coastal Music Mixer in New York City, Los Angeles, and Milwaukee on Thursday, July 23 (complete time and location details below).
This party is sure to spark plenty … Read More
By adding the word “mastering” to a product’s name, developers imply precise control, refined algorithms, limited coloration of the signal and, when it comes to software, a more significant processor load and delay time.
Although the mastering label also suggests that a plugin is intended for … Read More