Antelope Audio founder Igor Levin chats to Sam Inglis about their distinctive approach to audio interface design. We find out how Antelope’s innovative use of FPGA technology has enabled them to deliver impressive signal processing power.
The career of LA producer and engineer Mark Linett spans everything from live mixing for Frank Zappa to engineering for Randy Newman and the Red Hot Chili Peppers. We talked to him about his studio, the gear of past and present, and his extensive work remixing and remastering classic Beach Boys records.
Director Lisa Rovner and Sound Designer Marta Salogni chat about their feature length documentary Sisters With Transistors, exploring the role of women as pioneers of electronic music from the 1920s through to the 1980s.
Tony Agnello and Richard Factor chat about the 50 year history of Eventide, from their groundbreaking use of digital technology in the early ’70s to the modern challenges of adapting their algorithms for plug-ins and stompboxes.
As one third of the second incarnation of Scritti Politti, David Gamson was the man behind the polished, groove-laden sound of the band’s second album Cupid & Psyche ’85 and their third album, Provision.
In this show Paul White guides you through seven reverb treatments, from simple to complex, and demonstrates how combining reverb with other commonly available plug-ins can produce creative textures and ambience in your music.