Bob Clearmountain on Apogee's Twitter

Apogee Twitter Takeover with Bob Clearmountain

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Daddy Kev – Mastering with Symphony I/O

By Apogee’s Nick Trikakis

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How to record drums with two microphones and Duet 2

by Apogee’s Chris Lawson

When it came time to add music to the Duet 2 launch video, I asked Jingle Punks to write it.

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Writing a song for the Apogee Duet 2 video

by Apogee’s Chris Lawson

Just about anyone who produces video will tell you that audio plays a major role in great video production, and if the audio is bad, you will lose your audience.

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How to set up an A/B test with Symphony I/O, Avid I/O, a Lynx Aurora and a 192

by Engineer & Producer John Paterno

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Ask the Experts: Berklee College of Music Professor Andrea Pejrolo Answers Your Questions

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Ask the Experts: Remixer & Electronic Music Producer Vincent di Pasquale Answers Your Questions

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From Demo to Final Mix- “The Preacher’s Kid” Soundtrack Recorded with the Apogee ONE

by Singer/Songwriter Lisa Simmons

Avant Garde Sound Designer Diego Stocco Uses His Apogee ONE To Record ‘Dustland’

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How to Record a Live Band in Small Spaces

By Engineer Kevin Harp

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Photo Diary: Recording On the Road with the Goo Goo Dolls

 

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Ask the Experts: Pantera’s Producer & Engineer Sterling Winfield Answers Your Questions

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Ask the Experts: Film/TV & Video Game Composer Robert Navarro Answers Your Questions on Recording Guitar

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Ask the Experts: Grammy Winning Recording Engineer Miles Walker Answers Your Questions

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The Recording Process with Vaughan Merrick

by Vaughan Merrick, whose engineering and production credits include Amy Winehouse, Mark Ronson, Depeche Mode, Santigold, Miike Snow, and many more. He is a Grammy Nominated Engineer for Jason Mraz’s “Mr. A-Z” and a Grammy Winner for Amy Winehouse’s “Back to Black” Record of the Year and Female Pop Vocalist. Vaughan is the owner of an Apogee Symphony System with AD/DA-16Xs and a Duet.

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How to use the Apogee GiO with Waves GTR live on stage

by String Arranger/Composer, Producer and Musician Christine Wu

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How to induce chills with your music

by Yale Fox, NYC-based researcher and DJ/Producer

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Performing live in a tight space

by Singer/Songwriter/Producer John Forté

How to mic and record a band using the Apogee ONE and Logic

by Apogee’s Chris Lawson

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How To Write a Hit Song: 5 Short and Sweet Tips

by Hit Songwriter and Record Producer Steve Kipner

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Using Apogee’s Duet live with Yeah Yeah Yeahs

by David Pajo (bass/keyboards with Yeah Yeah Yeahs, currently bass with Interpol)

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Recording Gear for the Creative Process with Trivium’s Matt Heafy

by Matt Heafy, Lead vocalist and guitarist of Trivium

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The world’s most compact mobile recording studio

by Eric Gardner, Touring Musician with Gnarls Barkley, Street Sweeper Social Club, and Charlotte Gainsbourg

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How to use phase to find proper balance

by Lucas Van Der Mee,
Sr. Design Engineer at Apogee

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Performing live with the Apogee GiO and MainStage

By Peter Gregson

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Q&A with Trivium’s Bassist Paolo Gregoletto

How to record audio for DSLR video

by Apogee’s Chris Lawson

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Diego Stocco Records “Imaginary Hummingbirds” Entirely with the Apogee ONE

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How to multitrack cello

Post by Composer Peter Gregson

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How to Write a Hit Song

with Producer, Songwriter & Hit-Maker Wayne Wilkins

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How to prevent clicks, pops, and distortion in your audio recordings

By Apogee’s Chris Lawson

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How To Record: The M-S (Mid-Side) Stereo Microphone Technique

By Bob Clearmountain

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How To Remix a Song with Steve Aoki

How to compose for TV and Film with Michael Levine, Pt.2

How to compose for TV and Film with Michael Levine, Pt. 1

How to record jazz with Bob Clearmountain

When Apogee opted to throw its annual NAMM party at the Jazz Kitchen in Anaheim, California, no one expected a band as fantastic as Kenny Sara and the Sounds of New Orleans. Far from a typical house band, the group took the stage in front of a few hundred producers, musicians and sound engineers – just a slightly daunting task- and blew everyone away. Bob Clearmountain was so blown away in fact that he invited the jazz band to record at his and Betty Bennett’s privately-owned Berkeley Street Studios in Santa Monica.

How to record a band using Logic and an Apogee Ensemble

By Apogee’s Roger Robindore

How to record a song using GarageBand and an Apogee ONE

 

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