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This is our internal studio-blog. We will concentrate on the most interesting topics in reference to our work in the fields of Mixing, Mastering, Beta-Testing of Audio-Gear, Pro Audio Workshops, Production-Techniques and much more of that flavour... Substance counts not the amount of topics ;) - Have phun!

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You hear it...

Posted by [email protected] on July 30, 2013 at 10:10 AM Comments comments (0)

A trip to Berlin always enlightens. I just checked-in at U-HE-headquarters on friday afternoon and have seen marvelous things on the horizon of big balled virtual synthesis. I am now also officially in the beta-pilot-phalanx of this marvellous little big company. Thanx for the coffee and insights, guys!

Review of the brandnew THE ONE DJ Software for Sound & Recording coming soon...

Posted by [email protected] on June 17, 2013 at 10:45 AM Comments comments (101)

Ok, this gonna be both work and fun. Promised since months to be a game-changer for the digital DJ-world, THE ONE, seems to have everything that is needed to fulfill that goal and probably leave Traktor and Virtual DJ a bit behind. I will review this interesting new software for the german SOUND & RECORDING magazine and test it to the hilt and we will see. Here is the old teaser that stirred up the gossip for the last 1,5 years. Take note of the fancy new online-audio-editing (DAW-style) and the modular interface:

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About USB3, Dongles and Support

Posted by [email protected] on June 10, 2013 at 2:50 PM Comments comments (0)

Bow down before the mighty Samplitude / Sequoia / Magix-Support! New Version & Dongle in less then 24h at my studio-door! Safed my client´s and my own behind at an emergency that involved a buggy USB3-Port and a melted Dongle! And its pretty from the inside too: I was hoping for a dedicated manual, but I am delighted that it is actually a 685-pages-heavy-hardcover-book! Not that I dont know most of this software's tricks since many years now, but its good to have the reference.

TIP: Be very careful with USB 2-devices connecting to USB 3-Ports in general. The USB 2-implementaion from with USB 3 already proved to be faulty here and there and you can easily destroy miscellanous USB 2-hardware with wrong combinations. 

New Marian SERAPH AD/DA in our studio!

Posted by [email protected] on May 14, 2013 at 7:55 AM Comments comments (0)

On a side-note: I am offically managing the facebook-page for the glorious (but always) underrated Pro Audio AD/DA-builders at MARIAN Digital Audio. I also switched to a fancy 32 Bit / 192 KHz SERAPH-System some days back, so if you got questions we can nerd-babble... Please like the page if you are into serious audio-converters and soundcards! 


In-deep interview at FRIEDMYLITTLEBRAIN

Posted by [email protected] on May 10, 2013 at 2:55 PM Comments comments (0)

As a follow up to my recent mastering- and remixing-work for Kitbuilders, I just had a nice in-deep chat with Damian B. from FRIEDMYLITTLEBRAIN which turned out into an interview. He just gave me the right questions, so it kind of drove me into details about production methods, cool venues, psycho-acoustics and much, much more. There is also a hidden teaser, leading to further speculations about the pro audio workshop-front. Enjoy the read!

Presets for U-HE's new Tape-emulation "Satin"

Posted by [email protected] on April 26, 2013 at 9:05 AM Comments comments (5)

Currently testing Sascha Eversmeier's new codeing-baby SATIN that will be released by the infamous U-HE company... From what I can say until now: Wow, "Noise Mod." is highly addictive and can reproduce those dynamic artefacts that I remember from transfering WDR-mastertapes to a Sadie-DAW. Very punchy! I was also asked to create some Stereo and Multitrack-Presets within the next days. Here's a small english interview (after the annoying ad) with Sascha himself who showcases the potential uses of this new category of tape-emulation-plugIn:

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