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a single unit, giving users the choice of selecting "Normal"
sonic signatures at a flick of the switch. This new feature makes
U99S a truly modern day version of the classic microphones from
modifications made to many vintage microphones that remove the low
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the U99S delivers that performance characteristic by simply switching
to the "Brite" mode. In "Normal" mode, a high-frequency
rolloff is introduced that replicates the performance of the original
The U99S employs
the P99 true linear power supply, which is derived almost entirely
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a German handmade, one-inch diameter dual-symmetrical backplate
and a dual-membrane kk67 type capsule tensioned for warmth and clarity
while avoiding the 5kHz rise, common to some vintage microphones,
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Thanks to its
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quality sound of U99S remains superior with either near and distant
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at the same price point as its predecessor, the U99.
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The ST350 is
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R&D program incorporating feedback from recordists, broadcasters
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include high-performance mic pres with discretely switched 6dB gain
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Continuously variable control is offered over the stereo polar patterns
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invert controls are provided to correct for three-dimensional microphone
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perspective. Other features include hi-pass filtering to reduce
rumble and wind noise, switchable M/S output and headphone monitoring.
The ST350 can
be used in conjunction with the SoundField Surround Zone software
to offer a complete recording and post-production package. Surround
Zone is now available on the Digidesign Pro Tools, Steinberg Nuendo
and SADiE platforms.
president of LasVegasProAudio comments, "We have listened to
the market requests for a more compact and portable SoundField system.
The new ST350 is less than half the size and weight of the other
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The Firm Form Artist Friendly Label
The Firm is
launching an unnamed, new artist-friendly music company to be distributed
by EMI Music in the US and licensed for territories around the globe.
It will take the unprecedented step of splitting all profits with
the artists signed to the venture rather than the traditional royalty
structure. Multi-platinum recording artist and actress Mandy Moore
and rock group Army of Anyone, featuring former members of Filter
and Stone Temple Pilots, are the first to sign to the company.
Last year, The
Firm designed an innovative deal that put EMI and Live Nation in
partnership with the band Korn so that all parties benefit from
the rock group's overall success. Korn's first record under the
agreement, "See You on the Other Side," is fast approaching
2 million units sold worldwide.
my view that our changing industry sometimes calls for breaking
the mold and pursuing new business models. As a result, we're already
having success with the groundbreaking deal we did with The Firm
on Korn, and we look forward to this being another solid venture,"
said David Munns, vice chairman EMI Music worldwide.
Ice Cube recently self-financed a new album, and The Firm handled
such record company functions as A&R, marketing, promotion and
publicity for the newly created Lench Mob Records while EMI handled
distribution. The album, "Laugh Now, Cry Later," debuted
top 5 in the U.S. three weeks ago.
state of the industry challenges us to conceive innovative approaches
in music," said Mandy Moore. "It is, therefore, especially
exciting to be part of a venture in which artistic freedom is encouraged.
I am thrilled by the opportunity to join forces with The Firm, as
well as with those I've trusted throughout the years."
While many in
the music industry are pessimistic about the future, we think the
possibilities are limitless if we can find fresh ways to support
and nurture great art and the talent that creates it," says
Jeff Kwatinez, CEO of The Firm.
Forbes Magazine, consumers who like the convenience of owning movies
but don't like driving to Wal-Mart Stores or Best Buy to purchase
them now have another option: CinemaNow has launched the first legal
movie-download service that lets buyers burn Hollywood films onto
a blank DVD.
The move could
potentially lead Hollywood to a showdown with retailers who sell
and rent DVDs, which provide the industry with almost half of its
Until now, CinemaNow
and other online movie vendors have only sold major-studio films
over the Internet on a subscription service or via an arrangement
that let consumers keep the films, but didn't let them move them
off their PCs.
For the time
being, CinemaNows burn-to-DVD service doesn't include first-run
films. Instead the service is offering about 100 older movies from
the Walt Disney Co. (nyse: DIS - news - people ), General Electric's
(NYSE: GE - news - people ) NBC Universal, EagleVision, Lionsgate
(NYSE: LGF - news - people ), Sony (NYSE: SNE - news - people )
and the Sundance Channel. Titles include Charlie's Angels: Full
Throttle, Scent of a Woman, and Barbershop.
takes less time than an earlier version of the service that launched
this year for CinemaNows All Adult Channel. But it's still
likely much slower than driving to a big-box retailer, which will
typically sell the discs at comparable prices.Prices will range
from $9 to $15 per download, comparable with the prices CinemaNow
charges for other download-to-own titles. But unlike those downloads,
burn-to-DVD movies let customers create the equivalent of a store-bought
DVD, complete with extra features and printable artwork. Customers
will be permitted to burn only one copy per purchase.
is owned by a consortium Hollywood studios, announced that they planned
to offer their own burn-to-DVD downloads, but didn't set out a time
frame. Movielink is a joint venture of MGM, Viacom's (NYSE: VIA -
news - people ) Paramount Pictures, Time Warner's (NYSE: TWX - news
- people ) Warner Brothers Studios, Sony and Universal. Meanwhile,
industry observers predict that Apple Computer (nasdaq: AAPL - news
- people ) is close to a deal to launch its own movie service.
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Here's a band
that's got it all! LA based Hypnogaja
(above) has made a considerable leap from being a local draw on
Hollywoods world famous Sunset Strip to becoming a national
touring act. The bands visibility has grown by playing opening
slots for bands such as Shinedown, Cold and 311, through prominent
film & TV placements (NBCs Las Vegas, UPNs Americas
Next Top Model and Touchstones Cold Creek Manor) and exposure
on MTV2 through Comcast cable's On Demand service. Recently, Apple
computers ran a feature story on Hypnogajas innovations as
a grass routes act, noting the bands deft use of technology
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scheduled to appear at the Virgin Megastore in Hollywood (6801 Hollywood
Blvd., Suite 105 in the Hollywood & Highland Center) on Thursday,
August 24 at 7 PM. The band will be performing songs from the new
album, Acoustic Sunset Live at the Longhouse (Union State/Longhouse
Records), produced by the legendary singer/songwriter Wendy Waldman
(Save The Best For Last, Fishin In The Dark).
Following at 10 PM that night, Hypnogaja takes the stage for a plugged-in
show at the World famous Whisky A-Go-Go in West Hollywood (8901
Signs The Section
The Section Quartet who last month signed a record deal with Decca
Records, a Universal Classics record label, and will begin work
on their debut album in the next few months.
"One important and unique part of our deal allows us to perform
recording session work, string arranging and live collaborations
as usual, so we look forward to continuing our professional relationships
with those of you with whom we work," says Eric
Gorfain The signing comes just weeks after their second appearance
on the main stage at the 2006 Coachella Music and Arts Festival,
in Indio, CA. Their first appearance was in 2004.
who include leader/violinist Eric Gorfain, violinist Daphne Chen,
violist Leah Katz and cellist Richard Dodd, are most known for their
string adaptations of songs by Led Zeppelin, Radiohead, Tool, The
Clash, Green Day, KISS, Ima Robot, Muse and dozens of others. In
2004, TSQ independently released NO ELECTRICITY REQUIRED to rave
has toured the US and the UK opening for such artists as Linda Perry,
Grant Lee Phillips and Sam Phillips. In 2005, the quartet enjoyed
the praises of sell-out audiences at their own headlining shows
throughout the US and Europe, culminating recently with their appearance
at the Coachella Festival, just last April.
They have followed
up that performance with the independent online release of LIZARDS
LIKE US, available at the iTunes Music Store and coming soon to
other online music stores. "The Section Quartet played on the
new Sean Lennon album as well. I wrote four string arrangements
for that album. Seans a great guy," says Gorfain.
Cuomo says that, for now, Weezer is "done." Cuomo, the
band's bespectacled songwriter and frontman, told MTV that while
he remains in touch with his bandmates, "we've never mentioned
getting together." "Really, for the moment, we are done,"
he said. "And I'm not certain we'll ever make a record again,
unless it becomes really obvious to me that we need to do one."
Zeppelins classic hit Rock and Roll has been dropped
as the theme for Cadillacs television commercials and advertising
campaign (lasted 4 years) will be sacked in favor of a more contemporary
Group has appointed Bob Cahill to EVP/GM of Sanctuary Records Group
North America, effective immediately. Cahill has been with the company
for four years, previously holding the title SVP of sales. We
are refocusing the Company on core strengths which center
on rock music both heritage and contemporary. We also sport one
of the strongest release schedules we’ve ever had in the coming
months. We’ll offer focus, spirit, integrity and agility, combined
with a little common sense and attention to detail, to our artists
and partners, says Cahill. Sanctuary Group COO Roger Semon
addressed the companys recent struggles and plans for the
no secret that Sanctuary has been going through a challenging period.
To achieve our new goals, we need to have dedicated, astute and
ambitious executives in key roles.
in February 2005, YouTube is a consumer media company for people
to watch and share original videos worldwide through a Web experience.YouTube
has said its users are now watching more than 100 million videos
It has 29% of the countrys multimedia market (Hitwise). Last
month 2.5 billion videos were watched on YouTube. 60% of all videos
watched online in the US are on Youtube while Yahoo, Microsofts
MSN, Google and AOL each have 3 to 5% of the video search market.
It has almost 20 million visitors to the site each month, according
to Nielsen/NetRatings. (BBC).
is less advertising driven and offers more viewer content -- Current
is about what's going on: stories from the real world, told by you.
The schedule is sliced into short segments called "pods"
-- each just a few minutes long. Nice!
- or "video clips" as they are known - are the visual
wallpaper of choice in the cafes, shops and discos frequented by
Egypt's young people.And as popular female stars reveal more and
more flesh, controversy has inevitably grown in Egypt's mainly Muslim
society. Ruby (real name: Rania Hussein) began her career as a model
and actress in TV commercials before becoming a huge pop star in
her native Egypt and most of the Arabic-speaking world.
She is Egyptian,
rather than from more liberal Lebanon like many current stars. Her
raunchy moves, bare midriff and revealing clothing have had conservative
MPs clamouring for a ban. Ruby's producer Sherif Sabri is well used
to this debate. He says Ruby's video clips are "artistic, tasteful
and rhythmic". Her long awaited second album, is due to be
released at the end of July 2006.
Byrne (above) was on TV Sunday 23rd July. Live show was recorded
in Philadelphia November '05, for those with High Def. HD Net. Naked
Eyes Videos on YouTube.com
will tell you, it's not the first time we've heard of CBGB's closing.
Latest rumor says, they're closing doors for the very last time
at the end of September 2006. Kristal, who opened the club in 1973
as a venue for country, bluegrass and blues (hence the acronym),
had been locked in a fight for the last few years with the club's
landlord, the Bowery Residents' Committee (BRC), which initially
hiked CBGB's rent and claimed the club owed about $80,000 in back
rent, a figure Kristal disputed in court. While a judge ruled in
Kristal's favor last October, the BRC declined to renew CBGB's lease.
The closing comes despite the efforts of many prominent New York
political and cultural figures, including Mayor Michael Bloomberg,
to intervene on the club's behalf. Independent music promoters Rocks
Off have signed on to handle the booking for CBGB's closing festival,
although no specific performers have yet been announced. Last
December, the New York Post reported that Kristal was considering
moving the nightclub to Las Vegas. A new location for the club was
reportedly being eyed near the Aladdin Hotel and Casino, at the
475,000-square-foot Desert Passage retail and entertainment strip.
M astering sessions at Grundaman (L-R) recording engineer Tom Biller,
Sean Lennon, mastering engineer Bernie Grundman.
Photo by David Goggin.
artist Sean Lennon has mastered his new album "Friendly Fire"
at Bernie Grundman Mastering. "There was a long period after
the first album where I felt disillusioned with the machinery of
the industry. It's not that I stopped recording, playing and performing,
I did all of those things, just more discreetly," says Lennon.
Produced by Lennon, the "Friendly Fire" sessions were
recorded by Tom Biller (producer Jon Brion's engineer for his recordings
with Fiona Apple and Kanye West, as well as the scores for Eternal
Sunshine of the Spotless Mind and I (Heart) Huckabees). Drummer
Matt Chamberlain (Pearl Jam, Tori Amos) joined Lennon in the studio
for two weeks of collaboration.
played most all instruments on his debut, the "Friendly Fire"
sessions found him still writing most of the parts, but creating
a "band" to record live to tape, mostly in single takes.
Other participants included Jon Brion (organ, guitar, additional
drums), Cibo Matto's Yuka Honda (piano, keyboards, bass), Harper
Simon (guitar) and Bijou Phillips (background vocals), among others.
Lennon has also produced a short film for each of the album's tracks,
directed by Michele Civetta. The fantastical shorts, which together
comprise a conceptual film about betrayal and the failure of love,
feature appearances from Lennon and friends including Lindsay Lohan,
Bijou Phillips, Asia Argento, Carrie Fisher, Devon Aoki, Jordana
Brewster and others. "Friendly Fire" is scheduled for
release on September 26.
Restoration At Cups N' Strings
'79 Paris Masters
Engineer Grant Johnson, Cups 'N Strings owner Bruce Maddocks and
Supertramp producer Russel Pope. Photo by David Goggin.
Russel Pope recently visited Cups
N' Strings Studios to supervise the delicate restoration of
24-track analog tapes recorded at the multi-Platinum band's renowned
1979 Paris concerts. The tapes were recently discovered in the Northern
California barn of the band's drummer Bob Siebenberg.
of these tapes was appalling," explains Pope, who co-produced
the original project with Peter Henderson, the live engineer for
the Paris concerts. "And the film footage has been sitting
in the vaults since the day it was shot. Everything was stashed
away and now it's all being re-assembled. I've worked with Bruce
Maddocks on a number of restoration projects here at Cups 'N Strings
and without his expertise we could have been in big trouble."
"The 2-inch analog tape masters were a bio-hazard," adds
owner/chief engineer Bruce Maddocks. "They were covered with
cow dung. We cleaned them up as best we could before putting them
in the convection oven for baking, which produced some very penetrating
odors. Luckily, we were able to salvage all of the tapes and transfer
them successfully to Pro Tools."
After transfer to digital, the tapes will be shipped to London where
they will be mixed by Peter Henderson. The final editing and post-production
will take place at director Peter Clifton's studios in New Zealand.
Clifton is known for such concert films as Led Zeppelin's "The
Song Remains the Same."
from Uk's Universal Music Label
Universal Music, the UKs leading record company, has moved
into TV production with the launch of Globe Productions, a division
focused on creating both new television formats and innovative TV
platforms for its artists.
Globe is launching
with a broad remit, which includes creating programming around its
current and catalogue artists, alongside developing new television
formats, both music-based and factual. It will develop programme
ideas in-house, as well as working closely with independent production
working with the new enterprise are the TV producer Suzi Aplin and
Anita Land, the leading talent agent whose broadcast clients include
has several programme ideas in development and has secured its first
commissions, the latest being a documentary on Paul Weller via a
new ongoing relationship with Double Jab Productions. A similar
alliance with Monkey, the independent production company set up
by Will Macdonald and David Granger, resulted in the six-week series
on Girls Aloud which has already been a ratings hit for E4 and will
be broadcast on Channel Four this autumn. Globe Productions owns
a stake in these and all further joint commissions, as well as owning
ancillary rights such as audio and DVD spin-offs.
Group International Chairman and CEO Lucian Grainge says: The
launch of Globe is a natural progression for Universal Music. The
opportunities for our artists in television are immense, and through
Globe we are taking a more pro-active approach, closing the gap
between artists and broadcasters. I hope we can find new ways of
presenting music on television, and the promotional aspect is just
the tip of the iceberg; my vision for Globe is to develop ground-breaking
television formats which can be successful worldwide."
The new Globe
division reports in to Universal Music Operations President David
Joseph, and will be run day-to-day by General Manager Iain Funnell,
who is moving to Globe from his role as Polydor Director of TV &
DVD in September.
one of the most respected producers working in music television,
has been working alongside Universal Music and its TV production
partners to explore opportunities for Globe. Her role is a part-time
consultancy, and she continues her work with Open Mike, the BBC
and Comic Relief among others.
Design, Acoustics and A/V Systems Design and Integration
by Jay Kauffman
A Fertile Ground For Indies
Tennessean's Ryan Underwood
For Music Row
insiders, young country hopefuls like Jason
Aldean's "Top 10" single "Hicktown" holds special
meaning. Artists no longer need the backing of a big label
to hit it big a significant shift that harkens to how the
local music industry operated 30 years ago.
In the last year alone, in addition to Aldean, who last month was
named the Academy of Country Music's Top New Male Vocalist of the
Year, artists such as Craig Morgan, Jack Ingram, Little Big Town,
Neal McCoy and others have cracked the Top 25 on the country charts
while on independent labels.
the profile of independent-label artists has certainly been raised.
It's one of the most positive developments that this town has seen
for a long time," says Wade Jessen, director of country charts
for Billboard magazine
It's a trend
that's been under way in other music formats such as rock and hip-hop
for years, though it's just now catching on in country, as this
weekend's CMA performance lineup made abundantly clear.
Why? For starters,
deep job cuts over the past several years at major labels amid an
environment of overall industry consolidation have left Nashville
swimming in underutilized industry and creative talent.
a Sony Music veteran who was being groomed to become a label president
one day, found himself out of a job three years ago when the company
let him go. Instead of hopping to another major label, Kraski hooked
up with country star Clint Black and his manager, Charles Sussman,
to form Equity
The label started
out of the gates with Black, while it began to cultivate groups
like Little Big Town, a 2003 Sony cast-off whose hit song "Boondocks"
went to No. 9 on the Billboard country charts last year.
their size and simpler business models as a source of strength. Jon
Loba, national vice president of promotion for Broken
Bow Records, the label that Jason Aldean and Craig Morgan are
signed to, said the smaller artist rosters at an independent allows
the staff to focus more on individual projects, rather than just throwing
lots of acts against a wall to see which ones stick. "I remember
at Warner Brothers having to release singles things that weren't
ready for the simple fact that we needed to hit our quarterly
numbers," Loba said.
As Scott Robinson,
himself a layoff victim and co-founder of Dualtone
Records, the home label of singer Chely Wright and others, puts
it, "The majors are great at delivering hits; indies are great
at developing hits."
a longtime favorite among Nashville crowds who struggled to attain
much commercial success until recently. Ingram, who has been
signed to labels affiliated with MCA (now part of Universal Music
Group) and Sony, was the first artist signed by Scott Borchetta's
Big Machine Records, which launched last August in partnership
with country star Toby Keith. In the first six months of 2006 alone,
Ingram scored the first No. 1 single of his career with "Wherever
You Are" and secured touring spots with Sheryl Crow and the
duo Brooks & Dunn.
I was over three labels and a person like Jack Ingram was just not
on my radar," Borchetta said. "Then I went down to see
him in concert this is somebody that was already playing
150 dates a year and it was like, 'Oh my God. This has been
right under my nose all along and I didn't even know it."
Art of Nash
has always been one of the most effective ways I communicate. There've
been plenty of times when I've been asked about my songs and someone
will say, "How did you write that?" And quite honestly,
I never really have any idea. All I know is that songs are the most
powerful tools imaginable and they serve to bring us all to a place
where we can experience shared memories and emotions," says
According to the legendary songwriter, Nash, Manuscript Originals
was established to celebrate the work of great songwriters throughout
the world and to honor classic songs that continue to endure throughout
the collection available for purchase, is Ring Of Fire, co-written
by Merle Kilgore and June Carter, which was recorded by Johnny Cash
for Columbia Records in 1963. It was # 1 on Billboard's Country
Singles for seven weeks and spent 10 weeks on Billboard's Hot 100,
peaking at #17 and earning a Gold Record. "Ring of Fire"
went on to win a CMR Award for Best Song of the Year and received
a Grammy® nomination for Best Country Western Recording. Merle
Kilgore wasInducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame
in 1998. This piece was authentically handwritten, illustrated and
pencil signed by Merle Kilgore.
available through his web site http://www.grahamnash.com
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To A Pink Floyd
January 6, 1946 -- July 7, 2006
Syd Barrett, Pink Floyd cofounder who spent his last years in reclusive
anonymity died at 60 in July. Barrett had suffered from diabetes
The surviving members of Pink Floyd - David Gilmour, Nick Mason,
Roger Waters and Richard Wright - said they were "very upset
and sad to learn of Syd Barrett's death."
Barrett co-founded Pink Floyd in 1965 with Waters, Mason and Wright,
and wrote many of the band's early songs. The group's jazz-infused
rock and drug-laced, multimedia "happenings" made them
darlings of the London psychedelic scene. The 1967 album "The
Piper at the Gates of Dawn" -largely written by Barrett, who
also played guitar - was a commercial and critical hit.
But Barrett suffered from mental instability, exacerbated by his
use of LSD. His behavior grew increasingly erratic, and he left
the group in 1968 - five years before the release of Pink Floyd's
most popular album, "Dark Side of the Moon" - to be replaced
Barrett released two solo albums - "The Madcap Laughs"
and "Barrett" - but soon withdrew from the music business
altogether. An album of previously unreleased material, "Opel,"
was issued in 1988.
He reverted to his real name, Roger
Barrett, and spent much of the rest of his life living quietly
in his hometown of Cambridge, England. Moving into his mother's
suburban house, he passed the time painting and tending the garden.
His former bandmates made sure Barrett continued to receive royalties
from his work with Pink Floyd.
He was a familiar figure to neighbors, often seen cycling or walking
to the corner store, but rarely spoke to the fans and journalists
who sought him out over the years.
Despite his brief career, Barrett's fragile, wistful songs influenced
many musicians, from David Bowie -who covered the Barrett track
"See Emily Play" -to the other members of Pink Floyd,
who recorded the album "Wish You Were Here" as a tribute
to their troubled bandmate.
It contained the song "Shine On You Crazy Diamond" - "Remember
when you were young, you shone like the sun." The band also
dwelt on themes of mental illness on the albums "Dark Side
of the Moon" and "The Wall."
His impact on my thinking was enormous. A major regret is that I
never got to know him. A diamond indeed." - David Bowie
The band spokeswoman said a small, private funeral was held.
that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is music
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know a few. Until, next month...Stay cool and connected. Peace.