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Feature Article - Learning from History: Cinema Sound and EQ Curves - June, 2002 Brian Florian A long time ago, in this very galaxy, we thrilled to a new and burgeoning cellulite art form called Motion Pictures.
The doctor is in, at the tree-shrouded Conway Studios compound in Hollywood, and he won't be out any time soon. Lukasz Gottwald -- the writer/producer better-known to the explosive-chorus-loving world as Dr. Luke -- has booked all three rooms at Conway for the entire month of September.
Quote: No, it really doesn't. Again, if we were talking about a big creativity explosion, yes.
Lets bump this thread...
Materials: VIKA AMON, VIKA CURRY, VIKA ANNEFORS, EKBY JARPEN, BILLY Description: I wanted to build a desk to produce music and still have enough space to work and do everyday stuff. In the beginning I planned to build everything on my own, but soon I realized that it must be cheaper and easier to combine some IKEA furniture. There were some requirements I had, that didn't make the selection that easy: - It should look awesome (of course) - It should match my existing furniture like a Malm bed.
Big up for this thread! I just spent a good few hours last night thinking about the almost same thing, looked at desks online and thought the same thoughts too...
Designed for the venture between Apple Inc. Logic Studio and Apogee Electronics Corporation Ensemble, the KK Audio A1 Edit Workstation is the perfect composing and/or editing desk designed to fit a 30” flat-panel display and 4RU/4RU space in the upper rack shelves. There are 3 different options for a sliding shelf: 28”W sized to fit a computer keyboard/mouse, a 61-note midi controller, or an 88-note midi controller.
64.5" X 27.5" X 34" shown with optional cable box and black walnut trim for 88 & 76 key controllers. Desktop cable cabinets are combination monitor stands that provide equipment staging below and hide unsightly wires and cables.
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A couple of years ago, Fab mixed the Kirk Whalum record (Which went on to get a couple of Grammy nominations) which was mastered by Greg Calbi, one of the greatest mastering engineers in the world today. At the time, listening to the mixes, Greg wondered how Fab could have gotten the bottom he got on the record.
[Edit: Some people have miss-quoted what I'm saying in this video, using it to suggest that the whole idea of "Mastered for iTunes" is bogus. It's not - the full story is far more complicated and interesting than that.
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Orfield Laboratories' 'anechoic chamber' in the U.S is 99.99% sound absorbent Volunteers see hallucinations after a short while By Ted Thornhill PUBLISHED: 16:35 GMT, 3 April 2012 | UPDATED: 15:39 GMT, 5 April 2012
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