Audio Technology

Audio Technology

Audio Technology
Since 1998 AudioTechnology has been one of the world’s best magazines for sound engineers and recording musicians. Published bi-monthly, AT serves up a reliably stimulating mix of news, interviews with professional engineers and producers, inspiring tutorials, and authoritative product reviews penned by industry pros. Whether your principal speciality is in Live, Recording/Music Production, Post or Broadcast you’ll get a real kick out of this wonderfully presented, lovingly-written publication.

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For mixers, engineers, and producers, achieving good balance can be a life-long pursuit. Recently, AT's Mark Davie had the privilege of being embedded with the Triple J live recording team at Splendour In The Grass. Whipping up a mix in a couple of songs that will go live to air to over a million people is a refined art. Equally expert at this art of balance is Nick DiDia. The Issue 96 cover story fleshes out how Nick managed to balance Karnivool’s knack for drawing things out, and the lively efficient processes he’s built up over years of record-making — it’s a great example of two potentially opposing forces working together.

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Ever felt the scorn of luddites hurling about loose terms like warmth, depth, width and punch? Dax Liniere took a bit of scientific umbrage to the bullying and dissected what the terms mean for the modern-day digital engineer, in his first part of a series about how to get analogue results from digital workstations called Thinking Outside The Box.
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We put Aussie engineer Catherine Marks on the cover, who worked with Alan Moulder and Flood on Foals’ album Holy Fire. We also spent three huge hours with Bruce Springsteen and his crew, and checked in with Gotye’s right-hand man Tim Shiel about what it takes to put the one-man show on the road.
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Tom Hooper’s film version of Les Miserables was a triumph, mainly because of the director’s vision to record the vocal performances completely live on set. We talked to the audio team about the measures undertaken to make that happen.
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Two of the biggest bands in the world were on tour and we caught up with both the Coldplay and Radiohead tours to see how they achieve superlative big concert sound.
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The ups & downs of self-production

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80s originals - CMI & LINN. The original sampler reborn & godfather of the drum machine.

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