Los Angeles - American record producer, engineer and mixer Ulrich Wild - known for his work with Deftones, Slipknot and Limp Bizkit amongst many others - added an ASP880 to his private LA studio, The Wilderness last year, a purchase which has meant Audient’s mic pres have been part of his recording chain for just about everything he’s done over the last 12 months. In a recent interview, Audient asked Ulrich how the addition of the 8-channel mic preamplifier had been helpful.
Montclair, NJ - Today, musical composition for films is more popular than ever. In professional and academic spheres, media music study and practice are growing; undergraduate and postgraduate programs in media scoring are offered by dozens of major colleges and universities. And increasingly, pop and contemporary classical composers are expanding their reach into cinema and other forms of screen entertainment. Yet only a few books in the category of film music actually allo
Music Marcom facilitated an interview with producer Trevor Lawrence Jr. for Sonic Scoop. Here is an excerpt on his use of UAD products: "I’ve been there since the beginning right since the beginning when Universal Audio came out with the first Apollo. The gear was changing and I could sense the flow, like, “Wow I don’t have to have all these cards, and they have all these plugins but it doesn’t weigh down my computer?” That was the main game right there. I thought that was ge
Herriard, UK - To complement the recent unveiling of ARC Creative Hub, which gives new and existing customers access to a comprehensive range of free software, the Audient introduces a new online Tutorial Hub containing general advice on recording, mixing, mastering and technology in different music genres, and helpful tips for users of specific Audient products. “No matter what your experience, there is always something new to learn, especially from the likes of top music pr
Seven West Coast artisans and luthiers show why their instruments are on par with the world's art masterpieces Montclair, NJ - What distinguishes art from craft? Since the traditional answer skews utilitarian and hinges on an object's 'use value,' musical instruments are typically grouped with the latter category. This is a grave oversight. In The Invisible Line: When Craft Becomes Art, seven West Coast artisans discuss their work and make the case for curatorial inclusion o
Featuring recordings from film sound pioneers used in award-winning game INSIDE BROOKLYN, NY - Pro Sound Effects®, the next level sound effects library company, today released Industrial Sounds with Soul. Featuring unique recordings of roaring factory ambience, hypnotic oscillating rhythmic machinery, metallic clanks, clicks, ticks and more, Industrial Sounds with Soul is a special collection recorded and designed by film sound legends, Ann Kroeber and Alan Splet. The variety
New Technologies and Techniques for the Modern Guitar Player by Marty Cutler Montclair, NJ - Although we live in an age of innovation and disruption, many folks are content using new technologies to consume rather than create-especially musicians. Case in point: for many guitarists, the notion of electronic enhancement starts at their instrument's output jack (or mic) and ends at their amp. Such myopia comes at a price, as Guitar Gods do not live on chops alone... "For those
Herriard, UK - Audient has teamed up with some of the industry’s leading innovators, including Eventide, Steinberg, LANDR and Producertech to offer a comprehensive selection of free creative software for all Audient customers, available in the new creative hub, ARC which launches today. As a reward for simply registering a product on the Audient website, new and existing customers are given access to a range of free software designed to provide a solution for recording, mixin