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  • New Gear Review: Eventide MixingLink - Music Connection Magazine
    as a pre amp for an additional microphone recording input I liked that its line level output goes directly to the DAW interface no console required In addition the FX Loop allows for any pedal to be inserted in the recording path within MixingLink itself The FX Loop send and return support balanced and unbalanced signals Read More Up Close Eventide Audio There are three mixing control knob effect modes Dry Fx keeps the dry signal level fixed and the knob sets the effect level The knob changes to a wet dry control in Mix mode and FX Only mode mutes the dry signal with the knob setting the effect level Ideal for any creative and adventurous producer looking for a new sound or technique MixingLink is superb for interconnecting any and all pieces of gear together An ingenious electronic design packed into a small box MixingLink sells for 299 MSRP eventide com Barry Rudolph is a recording engineer mixer who has worked on over 30 gold and platinum records He has recorded and or mixed Lynyrd Skynyrd Hall Oates Pat Benatar Rod Stewart the Corrs and more Barry has his own futuristic music mixing facility and loves teaching audio engineering at Musician s Institute Hollywood CA He is a lifetime Grammy voting member of NARAS and a contributing editor for Mix Magazine barryrudolph com Tags eventide MixingLink music gear Previous Story Book Preview Les Paul in His Own Next Story Mellencamp Walk the Moon Honored at ASCAP 0 Shares Barry Rudolph Related articles Close Up Gauge Microphones Close Up Magazine July 14 2015 New Gear Review Michael Kelly Guitars 1950 Series Magazine New Gear Reviews New Toys Reviews April 3 2015 New Gear Review Apogee Electronics Groove Headphone AMP DAC Magazine New Gear Reviews New Toys Reviews September 2

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  • Music Gear Review - Casio MZ Series Workstations
    to rhythms from various regions of the world Both keyboards are capable of 128 note polyphony and feature digital effects based on 20 different algorithms Notably both Casio MZ series keyboards have a 5 2 inch LCD color touch screens for easily selecting and modifying any rhythm or tone The Casio MZ X500 adds 16 touch responsive multi pads the MZ X300 has four pads for triggering sounds samples or playing musical phrases and or additional melodies on the fly There is an auto accompaniment mode for assigning chord progressions to the 16 pads eliminating playing with the left hand so the user can focus on playing melodies samples and more Both of the all black MZ X300 and blue MZ X500 keyboards sell for 1 099 and 1 499 respectively CasioMusicGear com Barry Rudolph is a recording engineer mixer who has worked on over 30 gold and platinum records He has recorded and or mixed Lynyrd Skynyrd Hall Oates Pat Benatar Rod Stewart the Corrs and more Barry has his own futuristic music mixing facility and loves teaching audio engineering at Musician s Institute Hollywood CA He is a lifetime Grammy voting member of NARAS and a contributing editor for Mix Magazine barryrudolph com Tags casio Casio MZ Series casio reviews music gear music gear reviews MZ X300 MZ X500 Previous Story Jimmy Page Talks Rock and Roll Next Story Live Music Review ROCKET at The Troubadour 0 Shares Barry Rudolph Related articles New Gear Review Sheptone 6T8 Humbucker Magazine New Gear Reviews New Toys Reviews August 20 2015 New Gear Review Tech 21 Boost COMP Compressor Magazine New Gear Reviews New Toys Reviews August 17 2015 New Gear Review Eventide MixingLink Latest Magazine New Gear Reviews New Toys Reviews March 31 2016 Our Sponsors Newsletter Signup Sign Up

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  • New Gear Review: Nugen Audio Loudness Toolkit 2 - Music Connection Magazine
    formats and also as AudioSuite processors for Pro Tools plus the LM Correct 2 and VisLM run as standalone processors The ISL 2 inter sample True Peak limiter controls true peak audio levels for audio files from mono up to 7 1 surround sound files It offers a choice between using either the ITU R B S 1770 standard or the afclip for Mastered for iTunes LM Correct 2 will perform in faster than real time both loudness analysis and correction Both the standalone and AudioSuite versions work the same to correct both program short term and momentary loudness issues The VisLM H Loudness Meter has a resizable GUI that will expand for an across the room visual presentation great for any control room The Toolkit 2 sells for 949 MSRP with an upgrade path for current users of earlier versions of VisLM ISL and LM Correct nugenaudio com Barry Rudolph is a recording engineer mixer who has worked on over 30 gold and platinum records He has recorded and or mixed Lynyrd Skynyrd Hall Oates Pat Benatar Rod Stewart the Corrs and more Barry has his own futuristic music mixing facility and loves teaching audio engineering at Musician s Institute Hollywood CA He is a lifetime Grammy voting member of NARAS and a contributing editor for Mix Magazine barryrudolph com Tags limiter loudness toolkit 2 nugen audio plug in Previous Story Warped Tour 2016 Lineup Revealed in Historic Next Story Signing Story SVRCINA 0 Shares Barry Rudolph Related articles New Gear Review Mix Buss Lite 2 0 Plug In New Gear Reviews New Toys Reviews October 27 2014 New Gear Review Exponential Audio PhoenixVerb and R2 Reverb Plug ins New Gear Reviews September 12 2013 Music Gear Review Fix Flanger Doubler Plug In Bundle Latest Magazine New Gear Reviews

    Original URL path: http://www.musicconnection.com/new-gear-review-nugen-audio-loudness-toolkit-2/ (2016-05-01)
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  • New Gear Review: API 535-LA Line Amplifier - Music Connection Magazine
    liked that there are separate Cal or calibration pushbuttons for both the input and the output stages that switches the front panel controls over to recessed trim pots The API 535 LA is useful anywhere signal levels need adjusting such as from keyboards audio playback and processing devices without level controls I tried two 535 LA Line Amplifiers as buffer amplifiers for recording a Waldorf synthesizer s line level output directly into Pro Tools I connected the synth s output to the patch bay TT inputs of the studio s 500 rack with pair of 535s installed The Output Ratio control is handy for quickly establishing gain staging from the Waldorf s hot output and the Clip LED monitors for potential overloading of both the 2520 output the 2510 input amps I found the 535 LA to be super quiet transparent and solid sounding The 535 LA sells for 595 MSRP apiaudio com product php id 139 Barry Rudolph is a recording engineer mixer who has worked on over 30 gold and platinum records He has recorded and or mixed Lynyrd Skynyrd Hall Oates Pat Benatar Rod Stewart the Corrs and more Barry has his own futuristic music mixing facility and loves teaching audio engineering at Musician s Institute Hollywood CA He is a lifetime Grammy voting member of NARAS and a contributing editor for Mix Magazine barryrudolph com Tags API 535 LA Line Amplifier Audio Products new gear Previous Story Sony Catalyst Video Editing Suite Freebie Next Story Timbaland Added as ASCAP EXPO Keynote Speaker 0 Shares Barry Rudolph Related articles New Gear Review Blue Cat Audio Liny EQ 5 0 Plug in New Gear Reviews New Toys December 6 2013 New Gear Review Sheptone 6T8 Humbucker Magazine New Gear Reviews New Toys Reviews August 20 2015 Ampeg V

    Original URL path: http://www.musicconnection.com/new-gear-review-api-535-la-line-amplifier/ (2016-05-01)
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  • New Gear Reviews Archives - Page 3 of 33 - Music Connection Magazine
    January 26 2016 by Music Connection New Gear Review Eventide Anthology X Anthology X is a bundle of all 17 Eventide mixing mastering and multi effect plug ins that are based on 40 years of Eventide studio hardware the best Read More Latest Magazine New Gear Reviews New Toys Reviews January 20 2016 by Music Connection New Gear Review FabFilter Pro C 2 FabFilter Pro C 2 is a major update that s more like a new plug in Pro C 2 has five brand new com pression styles algorithms designed for modern processing Read More Latest Magazine New Gear Reviews New Toys Reviews January 15 2016 by Barry Rudolph New Gear Review PRS Guitars New Baritones PRS Guitars adds the SE 277 Semi Hollow Soapbar and the SE 277 baritone guitars to their line Both models include a beveled maple top with Read More Latest Magazine New Gear Reviews New Toys Reviews January 11 2016 by Barry Rudolph New Gear Review Ocean Way Audio Pro2A Monitors Ocean Way s Allen Sides has a new near field powered monitor speaker perfect for small project studios or on top of console bridges in larger control Read More Latest Magazine New Gear Reviews New Toys Reviews January 7 2016 by Barry Rudolph New Gear Review Peavey Classic Series Amplifiers Peavey launched the redesigned Classic Series featuring improved internal construction but maintaining the original tone of their legacy models With changes resulting from customer input Read More Latest Magazine New Gear Reviews Reviews January 5 2016 by Barry Rudolph New Gear Review CAD U37SE Special Edition USB Mic As part of CAD s upcoming 85th anniversary in 2016 here is their U37SE Special Edition USB mic This is a professional studio side address microphone for Read More Latest Magazine New Gear Reviews New

    Original URL path: http://www.musicconnection.com/category/reviews/new-gear-reviews/page/3/ (2016-05-01)
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  • New Gear Reviews Archives - Page 33 of 33 - Music Connection Magazine
    the original ARC debuted in 2007 Read More New Gear Reviews November 19 2012 by Barry Rudolph HAO Bass Liner Pedal Distributed by Godlyke and co designed by Phil Jones Japanese boutique pedal company HAO has the new Bass Liner Preamp pedal a stomp box sized preamp with Read More New Gear Reviews New Toys November 19 2012 by Barry Rudolph BOSS VE 5 Vocal Performer The little VE 5 Vocal Performer is a mobile personal effects processor and phrase looper for vocalists rappers DJs or any performer looking to call Read More New Gear Reviews November 19 2012 by Barry Rudolph Yamaha DTX400 Series The newest members of Yamaha s DTX line of electronic drums the DTX450K and DTX400K are entry level kits that drummers can count on for durability Read More New Gear Reviews October 26 2012 by Barry Rudolph Gemini Pro Audio HSR 1000 Headphones Review Gemini s HSR 1000 headphones are a solid choice for pro or project recording studios live sound work DJs or just casual music listening For 99 MAP Read More New Gear Reviews October 26 2012 by Barry Rudolph Focusrite iTrack Solo Review By Barry Rudolph Focusrite s iTrack Solo dual input audio interface is actually two interfaces in one It is a USB 2 0 audio interface that works for Read More New Gear Reviews October 26 2012 by Barry Rudolph Dynaudio DBM50 Powered Monitors Review By Barry Rudolph Dynaudio Professional s DBM50 is a powered monitor speaker specifically engineered to sit on desktops my review pair are positioned on either side of Read More New Gear Reviews October 25 2012 by Barry Rudolph Mackie DL1608 Live Sound Mixer By Barry Rudolph Now running updated Master Fader App ver 1 1 the Mackie DL1608 16 x 8 Live Sound Mixer is

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  • Book Preview: "Buck 'Em! - The Autobiography of Buck Owens"
    taped interviews Buck Em The Autobiography of Buck Owens traces how the Country Music Hall of Famer Buck Owens created a new country sound putting Bakersfield CA on the country music map Owens also relates how he became one of the first country artists to create his own publishing company his negotiations with Capitol Records his acquisition of radio stations and the creation of the Crystal Palace a cherished music venue in the U S Read More Songwriter Sam Morrow Finds Buck Owens Buck Em The Autobiography of Buck Owens By Buck Owens Randy Poe softcover 19 99 Tags Buck Em buck owens buck owens autobiography Previous Story Iron Maiden at the Forum in Los Next Story Live Review Hinds at Rough Trade in 0 Shares Music Connection Published since 1977 Music Connection magazine is a monthly music trade publication catering to musicians industry pro s and support services Music Connection exists to serve artists and music people to offer connections to the unconnected and to provide exclusive information that can help our readers take their music to the next level Related articles Omnivore Promotes Music Legacy Song Biz July 18 2014 Vanessa Kromer Promoted to VP More Industry News November 4 2013 Video Gear And Gadgets A Handful Of Items To Improve Your Music Videos Feature Articles August 13 2013 Our Sponsors Newsletter Signup Sign Up Friday Freebie Weekly Bulletin New Issue Partner Offers Founded in 1977 on the principle of bridging the gap between the street and the elite Music Connection has grown from a popular print publication into a spectrum of products and services that address the wants and needs of musicians the music tech community and industry support services Contact Us 3441 Ocean View Blvd Glendale CA 91208 818 995 0101 contactmc musicconnection com Latest Posts

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  • Book Preview: "Recording Unhinged" - Music Connection Magazine
    recording music Author Sylvia Massy Tool Prince Tom Petty and her colleagues of celebrity music industry producers engineers and recording stars test established guidelines and delve into approaches that aren t normally done to produce compelling intimate heartbreaking and eerie recordings With good humor Massy includes tips and advice by Hans Zimmer Al Schmitt Bruce Swedien Dave Pensado Tchad Blake Linda Perry Michael Franti Michael Beinhorn Bob Ezrin and many others Read More Lord Alge Massy and Guru Co Host Second Pensado Awards 2015 Recording Unhinged By Sylvia Massy hardcover 29 99 Tags Recording Unhinged sylvia massy Previous Story Never Shout Never at Orlando House of Next Story Music Gear Review Joey Sturgis Finality Limiter 0 Shares Music Connection Published since 1977 Music Connection magazine is a monthly music trade publication catering to musicians industry pro s and support services Music Connection exists to serve artists and music people to offer connections to the unconnected and to provide exclusive information that can help our readers take their music to the next level Related articles Jackson and Jones Join Pensado Awards as Co Host and Presenter More Industry News August 26 2015 The Pensado Awards 2015 More Industry News September 2 2015 Lord Alge Massy and Guru Co Host Second Pensado Awards Magazine More Industry News July 24 2015 Our Sponsors Newsletter Signup Sign Up Friday Freebie Weekly Bulletin New Issue Partner Offers Founded in 1977 on the principle of bridging the gap between the street and the elite Music Connection has grown from a popular print publication into a spectrum of products and services that address the wants and needs of musicians the music tech community and industry support services Contact Us 3441 Ocean View Blvd Glendale CA 91208 818 995 0101 contactmc musicconnection com Latest Posts ArtistMax Paid Scholarship

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