What is production? Part 4: Mixing
Click removal at the start of a track
Do some microphones respond to EQ better than others?
A simple 8-mic drum mix, with video
Your mix sounds good in your car. But does it sound good in ANY car?
Q: Why do I have to record acoustic guitar twice?
What is production? Part 1: A&R
How would you set microphones for a teleconference? This is real sound engineering in practice.
What is production? Part 2: Arrangement
The difference between minimum-phase and linear-phase EQ on transient signals such as snare drum
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December 2, 2004
Moog Music has announced a contest to give away the last Anniversary Edition Minimoog Voyager produced in 2004, the year of inventor Bob Moog's 50th anniversary in music. One lucky Moog fan will be selected on January 23rd at the 2005 NAMM show in Anaheim CA. The winner will have the opportunity to pick up their new Voyager at Moog's on the show floor, or have it shipped.
The Anniversary Edition Voyager was unveiled at the 2004 NAMM show, the official kick-off of Moog's 50th anniversary. The Minimoog Voyager Anniversary Edition, features a black cabinet and front panel and electric blue back-lit legends and pitch and mod wheels. Entries will be taken on Moog's web site as well as in the booth at the 2005 NAMM show.
Bob Moog's 50th Anniversary has spawned events such as Moogfests in New York, London, and San Francisco, and nationwide screenings of the "Moog Documentary" -- a portrait of Bob Moog's considerable influence in popular music. New products released in 2004 have included the Minimoog Voyager Anniversary Edition, the Etherwave Pro theremin, the MuRF analog effects module, and the Editor Librariansoftware. Look for more new products in 2005.
For more information, visit their web site at www.moogmusic.com