20 Intermediate Pro Tools Tips

Posted by on Sep 10, 2008 in Tips/Tutorials, Top Articles | 10 Comments

Top 10 Pro Tools Tips for the Newbie is now the most read article on Moozek, and it was also featured on StumbleUpon – whoever submitted it, thanks for the initiative! As a way to thank everyone who suggested slightly more advanced tips after the first 10, here’s a revised compilation of 20 tips – […]

The Best Guitars and Basses Under $500 (GBG Part II)

Posted by on Sep 9, 2008 in Opinions, Reviews, Tips/Tutorials, Top Articles | 17 Comments

As promised, here is a list of reviews of different instruments for different styles and tastes. These instruments are what we consider to be today’s best options for inexpensive, quality guitars and basses. Either you’re buying your first or 50th guitar, be sure to check out the options on this list – some are amazing […]

Guitar Buyer’s Guide (GBG Part I)

Posted by on Aug 29, 2008 in Tips/Tutorials, Top Articles | 2 Comments

Buying the perfect guitar without killing your bank account has been increasingly easier, and I guess we all owe that to a lot of market competition. But that also means people need to be a lot more careful when picking their axe: I still see a lot of folks spending their whole savings on something […]

Definitive Guide to Windows Tweaking for Audio

Posted by on Aug 21, 2008 in Tips/Tutorials, Top Articles | 25 Comments

Microsoft Windows XP is still the number one choice of operating system for DAWs on PC. Yes, it’s worse than Linux (if only we had Pro Tools for Linux), but better than Vista in the part of not being a total memory and CPU hog (you know, kinda like OS X Leopard is now). But […]

Top 10 Pro Tools Tips for the Newbie

Posted by on Aug 18, 2008 in Tips/Tutorials, Top Articles | 13 Comments

Update: 20 Intermediate Pro Tools Tips now posted! During my years of experience in the field, I’ve had tons of people asking for advice. Specially advice on DAW systems – mainly Pro Tools, because it’s the industry standard  – and because Digital Audio Workstations can get complicated. The tips I keep repeating are rarely heard, […]

The Indie Age of Music

Posted by on Aug 10, 2008 in Moozek, Top Articles | 2 Comments

What could be in store for the Music Industry? Opinion for ProRec.com. Read the full article. Like a fast growing teenager from a broken home, the music industry has been tortured by painful and unexpected changes, finally learning how to survive on its own. Today, major labels are the melancholic parents in denial, missing the […]

“The Loudness War”: Oh Please…

Posted by on Feb 3, 2008 in Rumors, Tips/Tutorials, Top Articles | 57 Comments

Everyone in the audio industry by now should have seen the video going around to raise “awareness” for the infamous Loudness War and deterioration of the audio quality during the mastering process nowadays…  No? Well, click and watch… It would be so Google-friendly for us to just post the video, give them an amen, and […]

Super Review (2nd Edition): Yamaha HS50M – The new NS-10M?

Posted by on Jan 9, 2008 in Reviews, Top Articles | 58 Comments

Yamaha is attempting (again) to replace the legendary standard, and studio owners and engineers appear to be accepting it! Are the HS Series going to be the new nearfield monitors of the if-it-sounds-good-here-sounds-good-on-anything type? Read on. We placed them under the microscope and under our refined ears. Extended review!

Waves Guitar Tool Rack 3 vs. IK Multimedia Amplitube 2

Posted by on Oct 26, 2007 in Reviews, Top Articles | 9 Comments

Waves GTR3 (Guitar Tool Rack) is out and no one made a lot of fuss about Digidesign Eleven – Sorry Digidesign, but the demos seem to suggest it’s another average amp modeler. But not GTR! That one sure sparked a lot of interest at AES 2007 in the field of high quality amp modeling, and […]