Category Archives: January 2012

The Senator Compressor by Origin Point Audio

Joel Scheuneman (Manhattan Center Studios) teams up with Jimmy Douglass (Timbaland, Rolling Stones, Justin Timberlake, Gang Of Four) to design a stereo compressor built for powerful, adaptable dynamic control. Joel Scheuneman has always been a tinkerer. As a teenager, he was the type of kid who would fix your busted boombox for fun. Today, he’s […]

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Classic New York Gear: The Eventide H3000 UltraHarmonizer

Just over a month ago, we took a snapshot of Eventide at age 40. This story followed the paths of founder Richard Factor and Director Tony Agnello from the company’s infancy through to the present day, focusing on their earliest designs, as well as their latest releases. What we didn’t have room for was a […]

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The Most Popular Articles From The First Year Of TMimaS

We launched TMimaS in July 2011, and over the course of just 6 issues, published nearly 80 articles on music and sound, and went from 0 to more than 10,000 unique visits each month. As you peruse this brief list of our most popular articles of the year, please feel free to listen to our […]

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The Art Of Choosing Speakers

Our speakers are our only tangible link to our recorded music. As such, they’re more important than any element of our signal chain outside our hearts and minds. They filter what we hear, what we don’t, and in what proportions. For casual listeners, choosing speakers is easy: Get a bunch of likely candidates together in […]

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The Problem With Year-End Lists (And: Favorite Records Of Fall 2011)

Each season, we ask a small handful of our favorite musicians to look back and nominate one new album that best cut through the noise and resonated with them. Admittedly, this is out-of-step with the way things work at most music magazines, and I imagine many new readers may be surprised to find us publishing […]

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The Best Brooklyn Recording Studios

Last Updated January 1, 2011 In the Spring of  2011, I began my official visits to nearly three dozen Brooklyn Recording Studios as my borough’s correspondent for SonicScoop. Below, you can find an archive of all of the articles I’ve completed as part of this studio tour series so far. Each of the rooms listed […]

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