In this day and age, major recording studio complexes rarely survive the sale of the buildings they inhabit — but is there hope for Avatar?
The December 2015 issue of Sound On Sound is now on sale.
As always, the latest issue of ...
As studios have had to adapt to new business models, so have the people who design them.
Roger Glover and Sir Bob Geldof among those honoured at celebration of music production.
The food consumed in studios hasn’t always been healthy. Could that be about to change?
In this month's video interview we meet a living legend of the audio industry, Mr Rupert Neve himself. Over 25 minutes, we talk transformers, software modelling, and get the story of how he created the world's first high-Q equaliser.
A visionary in the field of electronic music, John Chowning invented FM synthesis and set up CCMRA, one of the world’s most influential research centres.
Thanks to new legislation, gainful employment now means just that for academies and students.
Studio tool or collectors’ item: what has become of the large-format mixing console?
The long tradition of ‘testing’ songs out on the public has found an unlikely new home...
What does net neutrality mean for studios?
Plenty of industries use tax incentives to lure customers, but will it work for music production?
Vocal tuning is a process many of us take for granted, but it hasn’t always been so easy.
Each year, at the end of January, the NAMM exhibition in California brings together music equipment and pro-audio manufacturers from all over the world to show off their latest and greatest products.
The question for the music industry is no longer ‘will it survive?’ but ‘what happens next?’
Despite a recent downturn, the video–game industry still has much to offer to audio pros.
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