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Further Evolving DAWs. In Part 2 Julian Colbeck reflects on the continued growing pains of digital music making as Keyfax NewMedia turns twenty-five this month.

Evolving  DAWs

Julian Colbeck reflects on the birth and growing pains of digital recording as Keyfax NewMedia turns twenty-five.

Part 2. Coming To America

The UK is a challenging place to live and work, especially if you’re in music.

Evolving DAWs—Julian Colbeck reflects on the birth and growing pains of Digital Audio Workstations as Keyfax NewMedia turns twenty-five.

It Was 25 Years Ago This Month

KEYFAX NewMedia celebrates its quarter century with Julian Colbeck’s multi-part look back at the birth and growing pains of MIDI sequencers and how they morphed into Digital Audio Workstations that revolutionized mainstream recording; opening up professional recording to all, but decimating the professional recording studio business in the process.

ASSR hosts symposium on Music Production in education Sept 7th 2017

ASSR in classroom

Team ASSR is joining the back to school brigade Sept 7, hosting a free symposium (physical and webinar) on "Trending Technologies for Music Production in Education."

The symposium comprises a series of Sessions presented by leaders in music production: educators, developers, musicians and producers.

A Life In The Day

What it’s like working in the studio with Alan Parsons

The Power Of A Pint At The Ship

The Power Of A Pint At The Ship

Top 10 Things You Should Do Before Recording

Mexico City TEC

Nashville Hat-trick

What Happened In Vegas Does Not Stay....

MCTS Las Vegas Report

Everything that happens in Vegas does NOT have to stay there and the memory of ASSR’s first master class of 2013 will surely linger with the many Platinum and Gold Attendees, some of whom had traveled to sin city from as far a-field as Montana and South Carolina.

Tricks and Treats at Sylvia Massy Training Session

Sylvia Massy started to weave her magic right after Alan Parsons’ 10 A.M. good luck Skype greeting finally pixilated into the ether in front of Attendees, crew and more band members than a chamber orchestra assembled for a day of intensive recording in San Francisco’s swanky Studio Trilogy.

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