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Knif Audio Knifonium
Tube-driven Synthesizer Emulation with Endless Possibilities
Mixing Masterclass with Michael Brauer
Michael Brauer shows how to to mix a whole song with only two stems as source material and also...
George Seara Interview and Neold BIG AL presets
For the release of BIG AL George Seara shares a set of his very own presets and talks about...
Jordan Rudess on getting heavy guitar sounds with a keyboard
Dream Theater keyboarder Jordan Rudess talks about getting heavy guitar sounds on a keyboard with...
Jason LaRocca on mixing scores for movies and games
Starting out as a punk singer/guitarist Jason LaRocca became the producer and recording engineer...
The glue and vibe of the sixties
Joe Carrell checks out the NEOLD V76U73 plugin to fix a mix that is lacking some analog saturation.
Talking Tubes, Tone, and Textures with Jonte Knif
Justin Colletti interviewed Jonte Knif, the mastermind behind one of the most exciting synthesizers...
Koen Heldens on headphone mixing with the dearVR MONITOR
Learn more about the MONITOR plugin's key features as Hip Hop engineer & producer Koen Heldens...
Ken DURO Ifill on mixing Hip Hop and R'n'B
Find out how and why the bx_console 9000 J became an invaluable part for DUROs mixing in the studio.
Why the Bettermaker EQ232D made it on Romesh Dodangoda's top list
Grammy-nominated producer Romesh Dodangoda talks his workflow, the Bettermaker EQ232D plugin and...
Mick Schultz Bass-Mint Interview
Mick Schultz talks about his career, his workflow as producer, and how to create unique sounds with...
The SSL Consoles with Joe Carrell
Black, brown, orange, pink - learn about the unique character of each SSL console.
Interview with Hannes Bieger
Hannes Bieger is the go-to producer and mixing engineer for numerous big names in contemporary...
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