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Sir Gilbert Levine Explores Penteo Surround for Bruckner’s “Te Deum”

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Pictured with the Penteo PostPro Desktop processor at Sync Sound in New York City are (L-R) co-owner/re-recording mixer Ken Hahn and

NYC’s Sync Sound Prepares 5.1 Audio for DVD Release

For DVD and broadcast on public television, Sir Gilbert Levine conducted Bruckner’s Symphony No. 9 and “Te Deum,” in Germany’s famed gothic Cologne Cathedral. Originally recorded in stereo, the exemplary performance will be available in 5.1 Penteo Surround for its DVD release. Premiering this May on NYC’s WNET and PBS stations nationwide, the production features the WDR Symphony, one of Germany’s finest orchestras, as well as the WDR Radio Choir, and the NDR choir of Hamburg, all three ensembles in their U.S broadcast debuts. more


— Waves continues to support aspiring engineers, producers and musicians with a 50% discount for some of the most popular and essential Waves plug-ins —

TEL AVIV, ISRAEL, April 28, 2010 — Waves Audio, a leading provider of digital signal processing solutions, announces new discounted student pricing for selected plug-in bundles, as part of their ongoing support of aspiring audio engineers, producers and musicians, and their commitment to providing the highest quality tools. The discount pricing for qualified students is 50% off MSRP. Eligible bundles include: Musicians 1; Musicians 2; Native Power Pack; Renaissance Maxx Native; Silver; Gold Native; and four Waves Signature Series collections: The Tony Maserati Artist Signature Collection, The Eddie Kramer Artist Signature Collection, The Chris Lord-Alge Artist Signature Collection and The Jack Joseph Puig Artist Signature Collection. more

George Duke & Greg Phillinganes Featured in Spectrasonics Artist Video Series


BURBANK, CA – APRIL 27, 2010 - Spectrasonics added to its online Artist Video Series with two new videos showcasing George Duke & Greg Phillinganes performing and creating new original music tracks with Spectrasonics’ award-winning Trilian bass instrument. Other videos in the series will feature Spectrasonics Omnisphere and Stylus RMX. Previous videos feature rock producer and multi-instrumentalist Chris Vrenna. More Artist Videos in the series are set to be released in 2010.

See the George Duke & Greg Phillinganes videos HERE, and the Chris Vrenna videos HERE. more

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Oink Ink Announces Call for Entries for 13th Annual “Dead Radio Contest�


NEW YORK, NY — Oink Ink, the leading agency specializing in the creation and production of award-winning radio ads, announces the call-for-entries for this year’s Dead Radio Contest, the annual contest now in its 13th year honoring the best radio ads that we’re never produced. The deadline for this year’s entries is May 22, 2010 with the winning script to be selected in June. The winner will receive an all-expense-paid trip for two to Oink Ink’s production studios in New York or Venice, CA, to attend the recording session. more

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SUN VALLEY, IDAHO – APRIL 2010: Legendary rocker and bluesman Steve Miller continues to enjoy a life of recording and touring. Godson to Les Paul, the precocious Miller tapped the artistic veins of the Chicago and New York blues scenes before relocating to San Francisco in the midst of its artistic renaissance, where the Steve Miller Band contributed to the playlist that has become a part of the fabric of modern life. Together with respected engineer Kent Hertz (Godsmack, Julio Iglesias, Gloria Estefan) and eminent producer Andy Johns (Led Zeppelin, Rolling Stones, Van Halen), Miller is currently re-recording with the same passion that has attended him his entire life. The trio purchased a 32-channel API 1608 console to contribute the right sound to an otherwise ideal digital workflow. more

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— Los Angeles production company and studio chooses Genelec 1032A Bi-Amplified Active Monitors and the Genelec 7070 Active Subwoofer to assure full-frequency response at any volume —

NATICK, MA, April 21, 2010 — Seeking to differentiate itself at a time when more music than ever before is being produced, Music Mayhem Entertainment has made careful choices. This extends to the artists they work with, such as vocalist Shanica Knowles, also known for her role as Amber Addison opposite Miley Cyrus on the hit teen show Hannah Montana; and producer/engineers such as Curtis “Sauce� Wilson, who has had a hand in the production and/or engineering for tracks by Brandy, Will Smith, Ne-Yo, Musiq Soulchild, Eric Benet, LeToya Luckett, Eminem and Toni Braxton, among others. more

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— Atlanta-based DV McCoy calls on GC Pro for a wide range of equipment including an SSL AWS 900+ console, AVID Pro Tools|HD 3 system and Control|24 mixer, NeKo XXL software bundle, Akai MPC and Genelec Active Monitors —

WESTLAKE VILLAGE, CA, April 20, 2010 — Producer-artist DV McCoy is one of the Atlanta area’s up-and-coming music figures. A producer and an entrepreneur, DV is ready to take his private 21st Century Recording production and mixing studio to the next level, opening it to other artists and producers in Atlanta’s diverse and expanding music scene and to better support his own Real McCoy Entertainment production company and label. more

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Jack Johnson’s “To The Sea” Mastered at Bernie Grundman’s

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Pictured (L-R) at Bernie Grundman Mastering in Hollywood are Brushfire Records’ GM Josh Nicotra, mastering engineer Bernie Grundman, and recording engineer/mixer/co-producer Robert Carranza. Photo by David Goggin.

Robert Carranza Records and Mixes Johnson’s Fifth Studio Album

Jack Johnson’s fifth studio album, “To The Sea,” has been mastered at Bernie Grundman’s with Brushfire Records’ GM Josh Nicotra and recording engineer/co-producer Robert Carranza in session with mastering engineer Bernie Grundman.

The new album was co-produced by Johnson, his bandmates bassist Merlo Podlewski, keyboardist Zach Gill, and drummer Adam Topol, and Johnson’s longtime engineer Robert Carranza. “To The Sea” was recorded at Johnson’s two solar-powered studios: The Mango Tree in Hawaii and the Solar Powered Plastic Plant in Los Angeles. The album will be released on June 1, 2010, on Johnson’s label, Brushfire Records. more

Peter Erskine Records ‘Live’ Sound Using Auralex


Santa Monica, CA – Legendary drummer, Peter Erskine has been at work capturing the essence of live performance for his latest album: Standards 2, Movie Music which features Alan Pasqua, Bob Mintzer, Darek Oles, and Peter Erskine. The new album is scheduled to be released on the Fuzzy Music label during the summer of 2010.

According to Erskine, the Auralex Acoustics® Aural•Xpander kit has made this process much easier by absorbing resonances before they ever reach the microphone while providing extra isolation. Auralex Acoustics ® specifically engineered the Aural•Xpander kit to address sonic issues such as external noise bleed, structure-borne resonance, and off-axis colorations. The components of the kit assist the engineer in delivering audio signals that are truly sonically robust, even in challenging environments. more

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Producer Anthony J. Resta Gets Dangerous

Hybrid analog & digital studio mixing hits with Dangerous Music 2-Bus

Producer Anthony J. Resta at “Bopnique Musique� studios

Producer Anthony J. Resta at “Bopnique Musique� studios

Edmeston, NY – April 19, 2010 – From their “Bopnique Musique” studios north of Boston, Producer Anthony J. Resta and his mix engineer Karyadi Sutedja have made their impressive list of clients into fans of their unique style and sound – and platinum and gold records. Some highlights of artists they’ve worked with include production and mixing for Duran Duran (30 tracks), Collective Soul, who are 10-year clients, Megadeth, Guster, Shawn Mullins, Perry Ferrall among many others. Although the 3700 square foot studio space has a lot of key equipment, Resta gives special praise to what the Dangerous Music 2-Bus analog-summing amp brings to their sound. more

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