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Sound Stage Studios and Ronnie’s Place on Music Row in Nashville, Tennessee are two of the city’s few historic studios to successfully survive the recording industry tumult of the 2000s, and the neighboring facilities are now thriving under management from Black River Entertainment. Together, the forty-plus year-old studios claim over five hundred number-one singles and hundreds of millions of albums sold by practically every big name in country and crossover music, including Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, and, more recently, Miranda Lambert and Carrie Underwood…
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Building a Recording Studio? Need assistance resolving sound issues?
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TransAudio Group is proud to announce the release of two new MOSFET Class A/B design dual mono power amplifiers from ATC – the P1 Pro and P2 Pro. At 150W/ch into 8 Ohms and 300W/ch into 8 Ohms respectively, these fan-less, rack-mountable power amplifiers offer the perfect solution for any studio wishing to get the… Read more »
It is imperative that what you record is exactly what you hear – this is the philosophy that is at the heart of the design of the MC2.1 Monitor Controller. The MC2.1 combines the complexity of a host of mix checking features with the clarity, fidelity and transparency of the highest quality monitoring circuit. It… Read more »
Replaceable double faced pop filter with a simplified universal connection to any 5/8″ screw thread mic stand. Popping sounds occur particularly in the pronunciation of aspirated plosives (such as the first ‘p’ in the English word “popping”). Hissing sounds or sibilance frequently result from the pronunciation of fricatives such as the ‘sh’ in the English… Read more »
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