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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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Dorico 3 has arrived. The latest version of Steinberg’s state-of-the-art notation application brings with it many new capabilities and improvements. Available in two versions — Dorico Pro 3 and Dorico Elements 3 — it offers a comprehensive collection of

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Berklee College of Music in Boston is one of the leading institutions for contemporary music education in the U.S. In addition to turning out highly proficient musicians and composers, it designs its curriculum to give its graduates the best

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The compressor is right up there with EQ as the most commonly used signal processor in the studio, both during recording and especially when mixing. In most contemporary mix sessions, almost every track gets compressed to some extent. Choices, Choices No

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As we’ve discussed previously here on the blog, not all audio interfaces are created equal. Case in point: Steinberg’s recently launched URC audio interfaces, which offer speedy USB 3.0

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Steinberg’s newly released WaveLab 10 is the latest rendition of the company’s audio mastering and editing software for Mac® and PC, available in two versions: Pro, which contains the full, comprehensive feature set, and

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