- It's no surprise that WHERE you record makes as much an impact as what mics you use but still, this is a cool video. The reddit community argues over the authenticity of the video but the idea is certainly interesting.
Drums can sound completely different depending on where they're played
Wow, this is really cool. Audio Zéro recently made a video called Wikidrummer that shows how the same song on drums can sound completely different depending on where the drums are played. Out in the field, on a road, underneath a highway, inside a garage, in the park and so on can change the overall...
- Tomorrow students head to Boston to attend the 2013 Parsons Audio Expo.
Parsons Audio Expo 2013 - Presentation Schedule
- Tonight on PBS, American Masters features Jimi Hendrix and a profile of his Electric Lady Studios.
Electric Lady Studios History | American Masters | PBS
Watch the behind-the-scenes history of how Jimi Hendrix's legendary Electric Lady Studios began, told by sound engineer Eddie Kramer and architect John Storyk.
- Applications for the 2014 API Visionary Scholarship are now being accepted. Application deadline is April, 2014.
API Audio Products
The API Visionary Scholarship program is offered by Automated Processes Incorporated in order to encourage further education in the professional audio arts. API believes that academic excellence in sound training can be facilitated by using high quality analog equipment in the audio lab. Use of such...
- Reflektor, the new album from Arcade Fire out this week includes Assistant credit for NESCom alum Joe Visciano at Electric Lady Studios.
Arcade Fire - Official Website
- Audio Engineering grad Josh Wilbur is included in the trailer for the anniversary edition of Lamb of God's As The Palaces Burn. Josh is the one that remixed the album for the anniversary.
As The Palaces Burn 10th Anniversary Edition trailer
Lamb of God presents As The Palaces Burn 10th Anniversary Edition. Bundles available: http://lambofgod.merchnow.com/ (C) 2003, 2013 Prosthetic Records/Razor &...
- Always remember to pay your engineer!
Here’s what happens when you don’t pay your recording engineer…
When hardcore, EDM, and teenaged angst goes bad.
- Special Event at the Audio Engineering Society Convention in NYC: A Grammy Sound Table tribute to Phil Ramone.
- Dean Ford tracking today in the studio with Justin Chamberlain.
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