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PreSonus Studio 1824c Review

You can’t deny the fact that PreSonus has a multitude of audio interfaces for just about every application. From the top of the line Quantum Thunderbolt series, the USB-C line, and the affordable AudioBox interfaces. We wanted something affordable, rack-mountable, and with the right amount of I/O’s. Our choice, the [...]

By |October 30, 2020|

KRK ROKIT 7 G4 Studio Monitor Review

For over 25 years, KRK has been building and engineering the most iconic, number one selling studio monitors in the industry, the KRK ROKIT. Now with its 4th generation, the KRK ROKIT line of studio monitors has been re-engineered from the ground up. KRK’s G4 offerings include five, seven, and eight-inch bi-amp variations as well as a [...]

By |October 8, 2020|

How to setup the Rodecaster Pro Multitrack Recording with PreSonus Studio One

Crossfadr is getting into the podcasting space…makes sense right. We have a full recording studio with audio interfaces, microphones, keyboards, etc., but decided to go another route when recording our podcast (show title coming soon). We ended up purchasing the Rode Rodecaster Pro and four Rode Podmics. This setup is [...]

By |January 8, 2020|

KRK ROKIT 8 G4 Review

KRK ROKIT monitors are among the most popular on the market, but it is fair to say that former ranges have been the subject of quite a lot of debate in audio communities. They look impressive, and they are marketed well, but some of the incarnations of their speakers have [...]

By |August 12, 2019|

PreSonus Eris E4.5 Review

When a music brand releases a set of active speakers with a price tag of around the $200 mark, it is natural to think that they won’t be the best out there. Though this is not chump change, for a top-end studio monitor set you can spend many times the [...]

By |July 22, 2019|

PreSonus ATOM: Production and Performance Pad Controller Review

The PreSonus ATOM is the first pad controller released by PreSonus, and as you might expect, it is designed to natively synchronize with the brand’s “Studio One” production and performance software. Whether you use this software or not, the ATOM is an attractive prospect as a pad controller for virtual [...]

By |May 20, 2019|

Ghost Producing, Part III: How it Is and How it Could Be

In 2013, nobody was talking much about the ghost production industry. The DJs, artists, and performers who used ghost producers never admitted to it, and when rumors surfaced that someone was using a ghost producer, it was treated a scandal. By 2015, a few big-name DJs like Tiesto and Benny [...]

By |May 14, 2019|

Serato & Tidal Streaming…Thoughts After One Month Of Use

Remember when Pulselocker just got up one day and shut down its service. That was back in November of 2017. Serato, RekordBox and Virtual DJ users were FUCKED! Beatport later purchased Pulselocker and will inevitably launch a similar service, let’s call it “Beatport LINK” LOL. I did use the Pulselocker [...]

By |May 8, 2019|

In The Studio Tips – How To Properly Use Pink Noise

I’m really excited about this In The Studio Tip. It’s all about Pink Noise. How to properly use pink noise when setting up monitors, mixing and mastering. Everyone should know what is Pink Noise and how to use it in your studio environment. Check out the video below.

By |April 8, 2019|

In The Studio Tips – The Do’s and Don’ts of Mastering Music

In our last In The Studio Tips, we explored The Do’s and Don’ts of Mixing Music. Today we will dive into the Do’s and Don’ts of Mastering Music. Mastering is an art form. Everyone probably has the tools to master music, but not everyone understands the technicality of mastering music. [...]

By |March 18, 2019|
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