Thursday, February 02, 2023
Confessions of a Wordsmith
Radio Hed: Commercial Conflict Is the Crucible
Voice Science: The Impact of a Voice
Vegas Creative Software Announces New Version of Vegas Movie Studio
Q It Up: How do you stay on top of technology?
The R.A.P. Soundstage - February 2017
The 4th Edition Of Bobby Owsinski's Recording Engineer's Handbook Now Available
Voxengo Polysquasher 3.0 Mastering Compressor Plugin Released
Pro Sound Effects Releases Submerged Sound Effects Library
Auralex Acoustics now shipping DeskMAX Stand-Mounted Acoustical Panels
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New Podcast Probes Alleged FBI Infiltration Of 2020 Racial Justice Protests
Ambie Awards Nominees Announced
Study: Radio Reaching Students
Spectacular Radio Studios 2023
Hey! It’s Got AM!
Broadcast Engineers Duke It Out With Their IT Departments
BBC Moves Forward With Local Radio Cuts
Test Drive: Acid Pro 3.0 from Sonic Foundry
February 01, 2002
By Steve Cunningham There are days when our stock music library just doesn’t cut it, and the GM is too tight to spring for new music or update the library we bought in 1996. We need an original music bed, and we need it to be...
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