TRANSAUDIO GROUP INTRODUCES THE BETTERMAKER C502V 500 SERIES BOUTIQUE ANALOG COMPRESSOR AT AES NYC 2015. LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – OCTOBER 2015: TransAudio Group, Bettermaker’s U.S. distributor, will introduce the pathbreaking Bettermaker C502V at Booth #935 at AES’s 139th Convention in New York City, October 29 thru November 1. Like the rest of Bettermaker’s catalog –… Read more »
LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – OCTOBER 2015: Perfected by Jack Wilson in his California garage in 1958, the Auratone Super Sound Cube reference monitor is a legend in the recording, broadcasting, and motion picture industries for its unfailing ability to represent mixes as they will so often appear in the “real world” – on small-format, zero-crossover… Read more »
Please come an join us for AES in New York City! TransAudio will be in booth 935, with ATC in booth 929. Come say “hi” and see what is new, including the Tube-Tech HLT2A, the new Bettermaker 500 series not so secret compressor, and the Drawmer 1978 tone shaping compressor! Meet the folks from the… Read more »
LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – SEPTEMBER 2015: In recognition of their innovative features and solid sound quality, four of the manufacturers distributed by TransAudio Group have earned NAMM’s 31st Annual Technical Excellence & Creativity (TEC) Award nominations. Bettermaker, the Poland-based maker of high-end analog equalizers with plug-in control and recall, earned two nominations: one for the… Read more »
Richard Furch used a Tube-Tech CL1B compressor to add “Blanket of Awesome” to Tyrese Gibson’s vocals on his chart topping album.
Nashville bassist Scotty Simpson takes a Tube-Tech CL1B on the road with the Oak Ridge Boys
Brent Rader chooses Daking gear to record top country legends sining duets with Lisa Matassa.
By going big and bold from the very start, John McBride has made Blackbird Studio in Nashville one of the great modern success stories of the recording industry. Equal parts starry-eyed idealist and steely-eyed realist, McBride runs Blackbird so that the artists, engineers, and producers who choose to work there will meet no limits in… Read more »
OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA – APRIL 2015: Engineer John Cuniberti’s first professional highlight was a gig mixing monitors for Stevie Wonder in the late 1970s. After that, he pivoted to the studio and has since recorded, mixed, and mastered hundreds of major- and indie-label artists, including The Dead Kennedys, Tracy Chapman, Thomas Dolby, and the Grateful Dead…. Read more »