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Spendor SP100R² loudspeakers bring big-room Sound

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2013 New York Audio Show: Spendor SP100R⊃2; loudspeakers bring big-room ...

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Review - Ableton - Live 9

Review - Ableton - Live 9 | The Face Of Todays Recording Studio | Scoop.it
It's been four long years since Ableton released Live 8 back in 2009.

 

 

This is the long awaited Ableton9 software and it deseves it's place here since it released the Push Pad along with it. Both the software and Push Pad will revolutionize live performance beat making.


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Young Soo Choi's comment, April 15, 2013 11:17 PM
maybe the best software goes on in live performance!
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Why You Should Consider Using a Professional Recording Studio | Songwriter101 - Articles | BMI.com

Why You Should Consider Using a Professional Recording Studio | Songwriter101 - Articles | BMI.com | The Face Of Todays Recording Studio | Scoop.it
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Takes a firm stand that most songwriters are not recording engineers and that recording should be left to the pros. This article does not say that you can't do both, it just strongly recommends that you stick to your strengths.

 

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Recording: Home VS. Studio | Delicious Audio

Recording: Home VS. Studio | Delicious Audio | The Face Of Todays Recording Studio | Scoop.it
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Provides usefull information for the home studio. Condones the fact that with the right equipment, you can get the same results at home as you could in a professional studio.

 

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Home recording studios vs. Professional recording studios. | Recording Studio in San Diego offering Music Recording, Mixing and Mastering.

Home recording studios vs. Professional recording studios. | Recording Studio in San Diego offering Music Recording, Mixing and Mastering. | The Face Of Todays Recording Studio | Scoop.it
Using both home recording studio and traditional recording studio can maximize your projects efficiency, quality and budget with a professional sound engineer.
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Takes a look at both sides of the situation and tries to draw a happy medium between the two.

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Yadaliz Rivera's curator insight, January 19, 2014 11:44 PM

This article takes a look at both studio options, home or professional. There are pros and cons to both but as we see as of lately, home studios seem to be taking the upper hand. We have always believed that higher quality could only be found with professional studios but with home studios being able to provide a very similar quality sound with a smaller budget, more people are opting for that option.

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Avid Pro Tools 10

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Avid Pro Tools remains the standard, cross-platform solution for professional audio work on Macs and PCs, and is still the "can't go wrong" default choice—with good reason. Just bring along a big wallet.

 

 

This article is a great choice for being in my scoopit page. It deals with the software I personally will be dealing with as well as my classmates. Jamie Lendino writes the article; who has been a reviewer for digital software since 2005 and is the owner of Sound for Games Interactive. He is also a sound designer himself. The article reviews Protools 10 very well and goes into depth on its flaws and pros. It is still an issue with the MIDI on Protools but the problems are really dealing with affordability. as of now Protools 10 cost $700.00 with a mini Avid box. it will increase in price drastically with a standard and the software does not have all of its upgrades initially. Protools easily counter acts this problem with its professionalism. It is the leading software for professional recording studios. Its gain clipping that has been improved has been very beneficial to audio engineers everywhere. The main point is that this software is the best that’s out their in the sense of recording.


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Obinna Objazz Eze-Ajoku's comment, April 15, 2013 8:44 PM
A software that is capable of full software/digital mixing.
Ricc Suavey's curator insight, September 12, 2015 11:51 AM

Awesome!

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Study finds illegal downloading doesn't harm music industry

Study finds illegal downloading doesn't harm music industry | The Face Of Todays Recording Studio | Scoop.it

Study links illegal downloading to a positive trend in purchasing music legally. 
"A new study published by the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre has found that illegal downloading doesn't hurt the music industry. After examining the browsing habits of more than 16,000 ...


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Michael's curator insight, April 16, 2013 11:16 AM

Illegal downloading actually is suppose to boost sells because the people downloading the music illegally wouldn't have gotten it if piracy downloading sites we're not available and help the spread of music by saying hey you should listen to this song and possible the person might buy the song or album still in a negative effect the record labels don't receive all the income

John Yosh's curator insight, August 11, 2014 4:16 PM

The music industry has claimed for years that digital music piracy has destroyed their potential to sell physical records in music stores and also hurt their sales of digital downloads. Lobbying groups such as the RIAA and BPI have been pushing for years for harsh penalties and tougher regulations on illegal music downloading. This new study by the European Commission's Joint Research Centre, however, actually shows an opposite trend; people who are downloading music illegally are actually more likely to purchase the music in some form. The study also refutes another common argument that streaming services such as Spotify and Pandora hurt music sales as well. The new research claims that streaming services in fact do increase legal digital music sales. Illegal downloading may not be as harmful to the music industry as once believed.

Brian Valdes's curator insight, September 12, 2015 10:18 PM

Consumers say they wouldn't buy if it weren't for piracy. Even if there is trespassing of private property rights and copyrights piracy doesn't really dent anyones pocket statistically. Sometimes I research unknown bands and I stream it on youtube to see what they soundalike before running to the store to snag a copy.

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Recording: Can Award-Winning Recordings Be Made In A Home Studio? - Pro Sound Web

Recording: Can Award-Winning Recordings Be Made In A Home Studio? - Pro Sound Web | The Face Of Todays Recording Studio | Scoop.it
Is it possible to attain an ultra-premium recording result with a desktop, laptop, or any other types of dedicated home recording devices?
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Shows that high quality recordings can be made at home. Points out that grammy award winning recordings no longer "need" to be made in dedicated facilities

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XNilo Records | Music Recording: Professional Studio vs. Home Studio | Music Notes For You

XNilo Records | Music Recording: Professional Studio vs. Home Studio | Music Notes For You | The Face Of Todays Recording Studio | Scoop.it
Audio Recording - An article explaining the pros and cons of using a professional recording studio and a home recording studio.
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Unbiased insight to both home recordings and studio productions. Ultimately says that unless your a pro, go to a studio to do your recordings

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Studio VS Home Recording

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The advantages and disadvantages of recording at home or in a studio. Also provides a link to help you choose which situation would work best for you.

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Lucius Todd's curator insight, October 11, 2015 6:15 PM

This article gives good details on how to build a home studio. If you are a beginner to home recording this article is for you, not very well written but a beneficial read.