Streaming from Abbey Road to Barbie’s Dreamhouse, courtesy of LISTENTO.
The long awaited arrival of Greta Gerwig’s live action take on Barbie –The Movie is finally upon us. As we celebrate its release, we are thrilled to share the role that Audiomovers has played in bringing the Barbie Dream World to life.
In this week’s episode, number-one-selling songwriter, record producer, and co-founder of LYRE Music, Alina Smith invited us into her LA home studio, a space adorned with treasured items, music memorabilia and unique furnishings that breathe positive energy and creativity and into her workflow.
We recently caught up with drummer, producer, mixer and mastering engineer extraordinaire, Sam Brawner, also known as SammyB, at his Blue Dream Studios in Los Angeles. Read to learn how he has utilised LISTENTO to level up his remote collaborations.
Maximizing Quality: Tips for Remote Music Collaboration
By implementing these practical tips, you can maximize the quality of your remote music collaborations, providing your creative partners with an engaging, immersive experience, and high-quality audio experience.
In today’s fast-paced world, recording audio remotely is often preferable to doing so in-person. However, while most people rely on a DAW to record, edit and process audio on their computers, this doesn’t allow them to collaboratively stream and receive high quality audio in real-time.
Web Transmitter is essentially a stripped back, browser based version of LISTENTO allowing you to stream HQ, lossless audio in realtime to collaborators from your browser with as little as 0.1s of latency.
Audiomovers heading to AES Convention for live panel discussion: Is Remote Collaboration the Future of Music Production?
We are thrilled to announce we will be heading to this year’s Audio Engineering Society Convention in New York to host our very first live panel discussion, ‘Is Remote Collaboration the Future of Music Production?’
How Grammy & Latin Grammy award-winning Engineer created two Elvis Costello albums completely remotely
Berklee graduate and Grammy & Latin Grammy award-winning Engineer Vago Galindo takes us into the entire remote creation process for Elvis Costello’s albums ‘The Boy Named If’ and ‘The Resurrection of Rust’, touching upon the importance of education for aspiring producers and his time in the film and voiceover industries.
How the legendary super-duo Jam & Lewis finally created their debut solo album
With a 35-year legacy built on writing and producing some of the biggest ’80s hits and kickstarting the career of Janet Jackson, ex-members of The Time, Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis discuss their exploration of new sounds and technologies for the creation of what is incredibly their debut album ‘Jam & Lewis: Volume One’.