Posts tagged with: Mixing and Mastering

Legendary musician died April 21 at his Minnesota home © LAKANA What killed Prince is no longer a mystery. The legendary singer died from an accidental overdose of the opioid fentanyl, a medical examiner concluded. Prince self-administered the fentanyl, and...
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  • Trivium Record Tour Orlando Recording Studio
In an interview conducted back in 2011 when Trivium‘s “In Waves” album had been released, Matt Heafy said that what he and his bandmates do is go outside the boundaries of what people might expect from metal. He said they...
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  • Beatles Record Album Cover
Throughout their careers, the Beatles enjoyed challenging audiences with sophisticated lyrics and avant-garde leanings. In their early days, they demonstrated their willingness to take risks by covering unlikely songs ranging from Broadway to country to R&B.   Demonstrating an affection...
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TROY – “Thriller” drummer Ndugu Chancler will take the stage with TROY students when Troy University’s John M. Long School of Music hosts “Groovin’ with the Stars,” a musical showcase featuring student group POPulus and the TROY Jazz Ensemble. The...
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Colours of the Culture On a late summer night, Bullitt Bar is mobbed with bodies rigidly avoiding contact. The air is heavy. At the end of the bar, a DJ fidgets. Then Niko Is bounds out and throws an arm...
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At 33 years old, Orlando Philharmonic’s new Music Director Eric Jacobsen not only guides the Orlando Phil’s sound, he’s also the founding member of the string quartet “Brooklyn Rider” and leads a cutting edge chamber orchestra called “The Knights.” As a...
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