Sunday, November 27, 2022
Test Drive: Compassion and EQuality from DMG Audio
The R.A.P. CD - October 2011
Corrections and comments on the Journalist Pro Test Drive (August 2011)
October 2011 Highlights
Q It Up: How do you know what to charge for your freelance work?
Production 212: Number One? At What, Exactly?
Radio Hed: Whole Brain Radio
"...And Make It Real Creative!": One of Those Days
Production News - October 2011
UK Audio Production Sector Seeks Support
The Monday Morning Memo: Storytellers: the Bad, the Good, and the Brilliant
Student Radio Awards 2022 – full winners list
WCSX/Detroit Personality Scott Shepard Passes Away
Report: AM/FM Radios Dominate In-Car Audio Listening
Radiocentre research reveals what’s behind UK audio growth
KQIE (Old School 104.7)/Riverside Host And Veteran L.A. Air Talent Josefa Salinas Has Died
Switching off FM in Norway and, Soon, Switzerland
Test Drive: Wavelab 4.0 from Steinberg
January 01, 2003
by Steve Cunningham Choosing an audio editor is a bit like buying a new car — it’s a combination of both practical and emotional considerations, and it’s intensely personal. And once we’ve made a choice, we tend to defend it...
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