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PreSonus Studio 68 Interface

PreSonus Studio Introduces 2|6 and 6|8 Ultra-High-Def Recording for the Desktop January 24th 2017 - 09:00 AM

PreSonus Studio has introduced the Studio 26 and Studio 68 USB 2.0 audio/MIDI interfaces for affordable ultra-high-definition recording for a wide range of users.

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Master Sound Craftsman Jim Anderson On Telling Stories With Sound January 23rd 2017 - 10:00 AM

One of the great creative art forms in audio is constructing narrative stories using only natural sounds. A master of the craft is Jim Anderson, who for seven years created soundscapes to tell compelling stories for National Public Radio. Now, Anderson is sharing his skills with a new generation eager to invent the next generation of aural storytelling.

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Apogee updates Element Control App for Mac and iOS

Apogee Updates Software For Element Series Contol App January 19th 2017 - 01:50 PM

Apogee Electronics has announced the availability of a new software update for its Element Control App for Mac and iOS, designed specifically for their Element Thunderbolt audio interfaces.

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The Difference Between Line and Mic Level Audio January 16th 2017 - 01:50 PM

What’s the difference between mic and line level audio? If you think this basic question is overly simple, you might be surprised to learn that many people working in pro audio today don’t know the difference. An explanation is in order.

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Acoustic Treatment for Makeshift Studios January 11th 2017 - 01:50 PM

Today — for all but a few well endowed recordists — the new studio is in a home, office or makeshift location. The era of big, professionally-designed recording studios is mostly history. With this new reality comes the need to treat the acoustics of rooms never designed to be studios. It can be a challenge without facts on your side.

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Quiles and Cloud using one AEA R88 Blumlein microphone

Alan Blumlein Had a Profound Affect on Modern Stereo Recording January 11th 2017 - 10:00 AM

On Febuary 12, when Alan Blumlein receives the Grammy’s Technical Award, few in the audience will grasp the profound implications of his life and work. But Blumlein, a visionary engineer whose greatest work happened in the 1930s, changed and still affects modern stereo recording to this day.

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