Buenos Aires remains one of these places in the world where rock & roll still plays a vital cultural role.
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You might be the next Mozart, but if you can’t meet impossible deadlines, no-one will hear your music on TV.
In over 30 years in business, Miloco has developed from a small independent studio to a venture that is operating worldwide.
It’s always vital to give the client what they want. Even if what they want makes no sense.
Hollywood looks like it may be on shaky ground, but it’s not all bad news for audio post houses.
The 300–square–metre hexagonal hall is one of the largest recording facilities in the world.
The ability to take criticism is a vital skill for the media composer. The ability to make sense of it is much harder to learn.
Many gear manufacturers offer courses in using their equipment, but what should you expect to gain from them, and what do they offer the seasoned live-sound veteran?
The long tradition of ‘testing’ songs out on the public has found an unlikely new home...
Music for the media isn’t rocket science. It’s far more important than that.
One of the most remarkable new recording venues in Berlin opened its doors in 2013.
What does net neutrality mean for studios?
This month we take a look inside Estudio Panda, located in the Argentine ‘federal capital’ Buenos Aires.
Opportunities to spread your creative wings can arise in the most unlikely jobs.
Plenty of industries use tax incentives to lure customers, but will it work for music production?
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.
This month we look at a famous South American studio which has occupied its current premises for an impressive 55 years.
Surrendering control of your music is never easy, but supplying stems creates myriad new opportunities for disaster.
Vocal tuning is a process many of us take for granted, but it hasn’t always been so easy.