"In advance of next month's big GameSoundCon, Brian Schmidt is going to hang with us for a few days and answer any questions you have about game audio - business, technical or creative! We're doing it here in this new immersive audio forum because the future of lots of high-end game sound is certainly going to be in this space." See Q&A here.
The New Electronic Guitarist, written by Marty Cutler and published by Hal Leonard Books, is reviewed in the November 2017 issue of Electronic Musician. "Yes, guitars and computers can play well together." Read review here.
Recording Magazine's Paul Vnuk takes the Ehrlund EHR-M out for a test drive: "The verdict? This is a mic you need to hear for yourself, you really do. Sadly, I know that its clarity may scare off potential users, especially the vibe seekers, and that would be a mistake. Really! Demo one now, especially if you do anything with acoustic instruments of any kind. Six months ago I had never even heard of Ehrlund mies ... and now I am an Ehr-vongelist!" See full review here.
"This article continues our series of looks at alternative nonlinear editors from the perspective of a longtime Premiere Pro editor. In this article and video we'll explore Vegas Pro 15 from MAGIX." See Review Here.
Paul White takes a look at the latest Cloudlifter from cloud Microphones: "We’ve reviewed a number of ‘blue box’ Cloudlifter ‘mic activators’ before, and we’ve always been impressed by how they manage to add so much clean gain when placed after dynamic mics, particularly ribbon models. Power for these active boxes comes from the phantom power source of the mic input to which the Cloudlifter is connected, and on the simplest models there are no controls at all — you just plug
Reverb.com has posted an excerpt from Electric Guitars Design & Invention, a new book from acclaimed guitar author Tony Bacon, published by Hal Leonard. "Ulrich Teuffel is a guitar maker based in Neu-Ulm in southern Germany, about halfway between Stuttgart and Munich. His best-known guitar design is the Birdfish, which he has built since 1995 among his other models. The Birdfish looks nothing like a regular instrument, with its skeletal plated-aluminium frame and two wooden b
"Fishman and EastWest's partnership has proven to be quite fruitful, giving guitarists easy access to a lot of very high quality sounds that work great with the TriplePlay system, and making them very comfortable for guitarists to use. Composers, arrangers, film scorers, producers, stage and studio musicians - anyone who plays guitar as their primary instrument who wants access to MIDI and modern sounds with the familiar interfacing of the guitar really needs to check out bot
Barry Rudolph reviews the Cloudlifter Zi for Music Connection's October issue: "The Cloud Microphones Cloudlifter CL-Zi Instrument/Mic Activator is a "must have" here in my studio and I think everyone should have at least one or two (for stereo)." See full review here.
Brandon T. Hickey takes the new Soundelux USA U99 for a test drive for Mix Magazine: "Altogether, this microphone is the ulti- mate studio workhorse. It always produces a great-sounding recording and never gets subbed out once it goes up. It’s obviously a lot more a ordable than a vintage U67, and won’t give you that same fear or apprehen- sion when it comes out of the locker. With all of its settings, it also provides a much wider range of sounds than a U87, while coming in