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Biome Digital Offering 600mb of Free Samples to Email Subscribers

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Note: Image is provided courtesy of Bedroom Producer’s Blog. Having just completely rebuilt their website, Biome is seeking to bring in some new traffic by promoting a new Welcome Sample Pack, offering 600 MB of free sounds for those subscribing to their email. 151 one shot samples and 167 audio loops in 24-bit WAV format are included in the free ...

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The New and Improved APx555 Audio Test System

apx555 audio test system

Note: Image is provided courtesy of Inner Fidelity. Good news for audio engineers with high-end needs for their equipment. Audio Precision’s new APx555 tester is a vast improvement on the SYS2522 System 2 Cascade tester. While SYS2522 has been a great product these past few years, but it has basically run its course now that new technologies can offer more ...

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Magico M Project – A Loudspeaker For The Rich And Fabulous

magico m pro loudspeaker

If you’re looking to study audio engineering, there are lots of other sciences that spill into your line of work, such as electrical engineering, acoustics, and physics, to name a few. While you’re not fully expected to be an expert in those disciplines to work as an audio engineer, having an appreciation or some knowledge of them is definitely helpful. ...

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Adapting To Music Industry Changes With The Omnitone

Image Attribution: The Omnitone Omnitone Recording Studios in Las Vegas is attempting to adapt to the changes in the music industry, innovate new strategies for creating content and working with musicians, and altering the traditional fee method for using studio time. Omnitone company head says that the recording industry has been forever changed by downloads and that it is now ...

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Father-Son Duo Open New Home Studio For Business

Image Attribution: Empire Sonic Father and son team, Bill and Evan Ferguson, have opened a new, hand-built recording studio in West Kelowna. The shiny new recording studio is called Empire Sonic, and has already started working with over 15 bands. The studio cost $100,000 to build and a year of construction to convert their garage into a respectable music production ...

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