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Mike Levine

Mike Levine

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Mike Levine is a writer and editor who has covered the music industry for many years. He's the Technical Editor-Studio for Mix magazine and the former editor of Electronic Musician. Mike has authored four books and reviewed everything from DAWs to plug-ins to interfaces, in addition to interviewing top producers, engineers and musicians. He's produced podcasts and video tutorials and has also written music for numerous national commercials. His compositions have been used on television shows for CNN, the History Channel, A&E and more. A multi-instrumentalist who plays guitar, pedal steel and dobro, he’s played concerts, sessions, TV and Broadway shows, in addition to releasing two albums of original music.

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Much has been written about the relationship between music and architecture. For Dan Brunn, it’s not just some abstract academic discussion, it’s the story of his life.

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In Part 1 of this two-part article, we looked at the Chord Tracker app. This time around, we’ll focus on its partner in music-making, the Yamaha

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When it comes to convenience, digital multitrack recording has it all over its predecessor, analog tape. You can record with a wider frequency range and lower noise. You can make copies without degrading the quality. You can slice, dice,

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When you’re recording digitally, the higher you set the audio bar, the more data-intensive the process becomes. For so-called “high-resolution” recording, which is typically defined as 24-bit with sampling rates of 88.2kHz and higher, computers and audio interfaces must

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September 2016: World-renowned pianist Maestro Byron Janis conducts a master class with students from the Moscow Conservatory. July 2018: José García-León of The Juilliard School and Lisa Yui of the Manhattan School of Music evaluate the performances of four Argentinian

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