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The question for the music industry is no longer ‘will it survive?’ but ‘what happens next?’
Sweden’s newest high-end studio is built on very strong foundations, both literally and metaphorically.
Despite a recent downturn, the video–game industry still has much to offer to audio pros.
It’s hard to make something new. It’s even harder to make something that’s both new and old.
We take a look at the former EMI Electrola studios in Germany.
Under new leadership, the AES could once again find itself at the vanguard of technology.
Power corrupts. And absolute power terrifies...
Housed in an old cinema in Stockholm, Atlantis Studios is a very special place even by the standards of our Studio File series.
Everyone’s patience has limits — but as a professional, you should never reach them.
The MP3 may not be the perfect medium, but music has survived on far, far worse...
Only a very few studios in the world are capable of accommodating the largest recording gigs.
Historic studios might hold emotional value for us, but they are, after all, still only buildings.
Credits can be a vital resource to the media composer, but they can also be a ball and chain.
Smartphones and tablets are giving artists new ways to explore multimedia. Does the ‘album app’ have what it takes to rekindle music sales?
We might be used to rapid technological change – but is our audience?
Building a high‑end recording studio has always been an ambitious goal. A studio is a complex organism, and substantial...
First mastering went online, now it's becoming automated. Should we be afraid?
Though its design consciously looks back to the '60s, State Of The Ark has only been open to the public as a commercial studio for seven years.