Audioengine 2 (A2) High Quality Tiny Studio Monitors

I love technology and all things small and sleek. After searching long and hard for the ultimate tiny and very portable quality studio monitors, I have found the Audioengine 2. … Continue Reading →


The Best VST Buss Compressor Plugins For 2013

Most mixing engineers prefer to use a little bit of compression on the stereo buss to help meld and glue the mix together. Let’s look at a few great buss … Continue Reading →


The Best Reverb VST Plugins For 2013

Chances are that your daw already came with a decent or good sounding reverb plugin.  But if you want a high quality reverb, you may consider purchasing one.  A high … Continue Reading →


Pandora At The Forefront Of Greed In The Music Industry

Yesterday I came across an article from  the Triricordist that was pretty alarming. A songwriter had been paid $16.89 for royalties on 1,159,000 plays of a song from Pandora. Really, Pandora is … Continue Reading →


The Best Piano VST Instrument Plugins For Under $149

Most DAWs today come with a good collection of stock pianos. But, if you are looking for very sounding authentic, rich and natural sounding piano, you may want to look … Continue Reading →


New Pro Tools 11 Released

There seems to be a lot of hype following the official release for Dididesign’s Pro Tools 11. Is it hype, or are you getting value with the latest release? When … Continue Reading →


The Best VST Guitar Amp Simulator Effects For 2013

Guitar amp simulators are almost a must for any recording studio or producer. It’s a very economical way to get a great guitar tone without having to go to an … Continue Reading →


Nektar Impact LX49 Review

The original Nektar Panorama keyboard controller made quite a splash when it was released catering to the Reason musician. It had great integration with the Reason mixer, devices, faders and … Continue Reading →


Great Headphone Choices For Professional Recording And Mixing Applications

Whether you are a home recording enthusiast or an aspiring mixing engineer, the right headphones can make a difference in your recordings. If you are tracking a vocalist or a … Continue Reading →


Try Something New In Your Mix Or Production: 7 Great Unconventional Tips

You may have read many tutorials on production and mixing and you have  probably used conventional techniques in your productions and mixes. Usually, it’s a good idea to follow conventional … Continue Reading →