Press Releases


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 »

Studio Profile: Blackbird Studio

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 »

ATC Monitors Clearly Define Joe Satriani

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 »

Jack Miele Finds Daking

NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA – FEBRUARY 2015: Based in New Orleans, Jack Miele is a talented producer, engineer, and multi-instrumentalist with several Grammy nominations, and Emmy and Silver Telly wins to his name. His long list of high-profile clients includes Blues Traveler, Zac Brown Band, John Oates, Better Than Ezra, and Ani DiFranco; a list that… Read more »

ATC launches SCM45A Pro high-performance three-way active loudspeaker

ASTON DOWN, GLOUCESTERSHIRE, UK: specialist British loudspeaker drive unit and complete sound reproduction system manufacturer ATC is proud to launch the SCM45A Pro – an allnew high-performance, three-way compact active loudspeaker – at The NAMM Show 2015, January 22-25 in Anaheim, California… The SCM45A Pro is a completely new design, yet shares many features with… Read more »