Game of tones

Think of the most noxious music debate you can imagine and there’s a good chance your mind will wander down some familiar historical corridors. ...

Spatial awareness

Here, in her personal space, the stereo is the focal point: "It’s a temple to me, a wonderful music shrine. I want to be able to sit down or stand in ...

Encoding wiggly air

In 1967 at Atlantic Studios in New York, two very different musical stars – at very different points in their careers – found themselves, briefly, ...

The art of noise

Holger Schulze is sitting at the window with a book. While reading, he focuses on the sound environment and, looking up, says, “there are five loud ...

Uniting to make noise

For performers, the music industry is a universe of sweltering basements, vaulted concert halls and darkened jazz bars. There may even be sports ...

The power Station Monitor Shootout

Therefore, he got a pair of LYD 48's so he could do a shootout in a listening environment that he is extremely familiar with. And when we stopped by ...

A Life in Music

Nashville-based music producer, Fred Mollin, has been on a few round trips over the years both geographically and in terms of production genre. Yet, ...

Carl Tatz & Dynaudio Pro

We wanted to know what he and his business have been up to lately, details on his PhantomFocus system and how we fit into that, as well Carl’s ...

NAMM 2018⎜Day 2

Film mixing engineer Jason LaRocca paid us a visit at NAMM 2018 for a chat about working in film post production.

Analogue sound in a digital bubble

This video is part two of our interview with Goldie at the Red Bull Studios in London; continuing an excellent conversation about sound, creation and ...

Making Movies Sound Great

Born and still based in LA, Jason LaRocca has always been close to Hollywood. And by the age of 18, he has taken part in the audio side of the magic ...