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The Difference Between Your Stage Presentation And The Big Concert You Just Went To

Stage Presentation differences on Bobby Owsinski's Production Blog

Many artists at varying levels of success put little thought into their stage presentation, and it shows. It’s a rare performer that can captivate an audience by his or her performance alone, and most audiences, even on a club level, expect to be entertained on multiple levels these days. In the following excerpt from my How […]

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Download VEVA Sound’s Free SCP Studio Collect Metadata Tracking Plugin

SCP Studio Collect on Bobby Owsinski's Production Blog

The digital world that we live in presents a big problem for artists, labels, producers, engineers, and session players, and that’s getting paid and receiving credit for the work they’ve created. Even though a song is being streamed from the likes of Spotify, Apple Music or any of the other dozens of streaming platforms doesn’t […]

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New Music Gear Monday: Flock Audio PATCH Digital Patchbay

Flock Audio Patch on Bobby Owsinski's Production Blog

One of the things that most of us hate about the studio is having to connect gear via a patchbay. It’s a necessary evil that’s been with us since the phone company started about a hundred years ago, but it’s prone to corroded connections, intermittent patch cords, and general time-consuming setup on a large session. […]

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Vinyl Surges Again, Jazzmaster Is The New Strat, And Engineer Ed Seay On My Latest Inner Circle Podcast

Engineer Ed Seay on Bobby Owsinski's Production Blog

Imagine that you’ve been given the task of taking the vocal from an album by one of the biggest artists of all times and tasked with putting more modern music around it, but you have to make it as seamless as possible. That’s what influential Nashville engineer Ed Seay did in working on a new […]

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New Music Gear Monday: Avantone Pro CLA-10 Nearfield Monitor

Avantone Pro CLA-10 on Bobby Owsinski's Production Blog

For about 20 years the Yamaha NS-10 was the standard monitor found in almost any studio. An untold number of hits were recorded on the speakers during that time, so it came as a major shock when Yamaha discontinued the model in 2001 as the wood pulp used in making the drivers became more difficult […]

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Grammy Refinements, JBL Pro Changes, And Engineer Clark Germain On My Latest Inner Circle Podcast

Clark Germain on Bobby Owsinski's Production blog

My guest on the podcast this week is engineer Clark Germain, who started in the business doing live sound around Hollywood for the likes of X, Circle Jerks, Agent Orange and Social Distortion to name a few. Eventually he began working at some of Hollywoods most prestigious studios, gaining credits on records by Michael Jackson, […]

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New Music Gear Monday: Tonestrum TRAVELER Doppler Effect Plugin

Tonstrum Traveler on Bobby Owsinski's Production Blog

Anyone that’s ever tried to manually create a Doppler effect simulation will know that it’s way easier said than done. It seems like a little panning, automated EQ, pitch change and ambience and you’ll have it, but it’s way more complicated than that. That’s why the new Tonstrum TRAVELER plugin is so cool. It precisely models […]

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