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I’ve posted many times about how streaming has changed song structure, and how many songs are now written primarily for streaming distribution. That doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t stand by your creative impulses and take a song wherever it needs to go – it just means that you might have to do a bit of […]

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Virtually everyone on the creation side of the music business nows the name Rupert Neve, as well they should. Rupert’s consoles have been amongst the most beloved in the business, known for their quality and sound. In this excellent video from Sound on Sound, Rupert (who’s 89 and still sharp as a tack, by the […]

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Low end. We can never get enough of it, especially in many musical genres. Yes, you can EQ some of it in if enough of it is not there, but that often results in a bloated, fluffy bottom that’s not very satisfying in the overall mix. Another way to get that big low end is […]

The post New Music Gear Monday: Waves Submarine Sub-Generator Plugin appeared first on Bobby Owsinski's Music Production Blog.

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My guest on the podcast this week is Zubin Gadhoke, who’s a co-founder and producer for Olympus Projects, which is a management and consulting agency that provides artists with help in the day-to-day operations and development of their businesses. In the interview we talked about artist branding, building social authority, creating a new industry sound, the power of […]

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Our musical lives revolve around computers these days in at least some capacity, and those computers can be directly connected with a computer that made history and helped change history – the Apollo spacecraft guidance computer. Of course you’ll be reading a lot about all-things-Apollo as we celebrate the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11‘s moon […]

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After having worked on literally hundreds of platinum and gold records and mastered projects that have been nominated for scores of Grammys, Bob Ludwig certainly stands among the giants in the mastering business. After leaving New York City to open his own Gateway Mastering in Portland, Maine in 1993, Bob proved that you can still […]

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Los Angeles is lucky in that there’s a number of iconic recording studios that were built decades ago that still exist and thrive today. United Recording (formerly Oceanway), East West (formerly Cello), The Record Plant, and Henson Studios (formerly A&M) are just a few that remain busy serving high-end music clients, movie soundtracks, and just […]

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One of the things that every mixer struggles with is getting the low end right. Yes, even the A-list guys take their time working with the bottom. That’s because if you get it wrong, the mix will sound wimpy or bloated. Get it right and everyone smiles. Bassroom, the new plugin from Mastering The Mix, […]

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My guest on the podcast this week is Rick Goetz, who has been a a major label A&R exec, a music supervisor, an artist manager, a bass player, and record label owner.  His label stints include Lava/Atlantic, Elektra, and EMI, where he’s worked with artists that include Kid Rock, Matchbox 20 and Sarah Brightman, and on television shows […]

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I’m a big fan of American Airlines and now fly it exclusively. Part of that is because I’m pretty high up on their loyalty platform since I fly so much these days, and I really love their lounges. The other part of that they’re usually on-time and there are few hassles. Although I no longer […]

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