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Check out the lush, lofty sounds of The Digital Age.

Former members of the David Crowder Band reformed after David parted ways and called the new band The Digital Age. Their new album, called “Rehearsals” was tracked live through a StudioLive 24.4.2 which handled not only recording, but also controlled in-ear monitoring mixes for each of the band members.

The song sounds great, the video looks great. Totally shareworthy, right?

Best wishes to the Digital Age crew down in Waco. Thanks for sharing this, guys!

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This just in from PreSonus Artist Andrew Oye

Hey guys hope all is well.I just composed a featured piece of music for Monday Night Football,airing tonight!It’s the piece of music used to introduce the night’s matchup, and is an orchestral into rock piece with crowd chants… all done in Studio One of course!:)Tune in to Monday Night Football tonight to hear the tune live!

 

 

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So, this is really clever!   over at YouTube is using the PreSonus 1818VSL USB interface with his iPad running WaveMachine Labs Auria. He’s found a way to connect the 1818VSL to his iPad using a data card reader, of all things. iPad > Card Reader > 1818VSL. All of this stuff is running off the iPad’s battery.

At the time of writing, I don’t have any insights about what this will do to your iPad’s battery charge. Should you have the necessary components, give this a shot… but save often.

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Two New Nimbit Videos!

September 5,2012

Nimbit’s Carl Jacobson takes us on a step-by-step stroll down Nimbit Avenue, explaining everything there is to see and do along the way. You can publish a song, or even an entire project, to a Facebook store via Nimbit’s integration into Studio One.

These first two vids explore Nimbit setup and your first upload/publication. Jump in! Nimbit is already blowing minds, and it’s only going to get better from here!

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The all-around cool guys at PureMix.Net are collecting submissions for a 3-month subscription giveaway over on Facebook!  There’s only a few more days to get your name in the hat, so enter ASAP…

PureMix.Net offers some incredibly insightful and well-produced instructional videos in all things audio recording. Check ‘em out!

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While patrolling the aisles at SNAMM in Snashville, I stumbled across P3 Amps and was really impressed. I mean,  nobody else is making amps that look like this. And they sound great too! With so many amp developers looking to the tubular past to come up with “new” amp designs, it’s nice to see a company who’s sense of aesthetics looks to the future.

Thanks for taking the time, guys.  You’re onto something great here.

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September-only… Click HERE for the official entry form!

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Check it out!  The StudioLive 16.0.2 and Studio One 2  have been nominated for 2012 PAR Excellence Awards in the Digital Audio Workstations and Small Live Controllers/Mixers/Worksurfaces (Under $2,500) categories, respectively. August 2012 marks the PAR Excellence Awards’ re-introduction as a reader-voted program, presented by the editors and contributors of Pro Audio Review (PAR) magazine. 
Online voting on the list of nominees by PAR print and digital readers (subscribers only) will be open from the mail date of the August issue through Friday, November 16, 2012, so if you want to help us out a bit, and are a subscriber to PAR, please vote for us! PAR Excellence winners will be announced in December.

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If you like this gem, there’s a lot more where this came from at the Awkward Band and Musician Photos Page on Facebook. Thanks to Carl from Nimbit for this!

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