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Masters of Sound: Ken Andrews Discusses the New Failure Album

We connected with Ken Andrews to discuss their fifth album entitled. In the Future Your Body Will Be the Furthest Thing From Your Mind which dropped mid-November. Andrews is a busy guy: He produces and mixes for artists including Nine Inch Nails, Beck and Pete Yorn (to name a few), and has even edited music videos such as Tool’s famous Prison Sex. Ken decided to mix/master this latest release, and was kind enough to answer some burning questions on this epic new album.

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Why Automated Room Correction Software Is Reporting Your Speakers Are Out of Phase

When your automated room correction software tells you that you have a speaker out of phase, here's what that probably means.

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Grammy Winner Buckley Miller Talks About Designing A Soundstage From the Mix Engineer’s Perspective

Buckley Miller is a Nashville-based mix and recording engineer working out of Nashville who engineered Zach Williams’ 2018 Grammy Award winning album Chain Breaker. Miller has worked with the likes of Josh Groban, Lady Antebellum, Mindy Smith, David Archuleta, Eagle-Eye Cherry, Ingrid Michaelson, Dierks Bentley, Alternate Routes, and he took time out to chat with us about soundstage design and the state of the art.

 

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Absorption Vs. Diffusion - A Glossary of Terms

In the next few weeks we’re going to explore the roles absorption and diffusion play when preparing a theater or listening room, and we’ll discuss what to do and what not to do. But before we get started, here’s a look at some important terms and definitions.

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Speaker Placement: 10 Things To Consider Beyond Spousal Approval

In a perfect world, my listening room would consist of a 2-channel monoblock system driving a pair of Blades, a $9000 turntable, an endless library of 192kHz/24-bit FLAC files, a chair with a cupholder, and proper acoustic treatments all around. I would lock the door from the inside and emerge only for more beef jerky and occasional visits with my family.

 

I don't live in a perfect world.

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Diagnosing and Avoiding Speaker Phase Issues

One of the most common audio issues is also one of the easiest to prevent or tinker with. Don't let a couple of mixed up +'s and -'s kill your audio joy. 

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