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The team at ADAM Audio regularly puts together new articles or conducts interviews with interesting people for this blog. Stay tuned for more!

  • Designing Immersive Sound Environments

    Composer and sound designer Manolis Manousakis designed the immersive sound environment for the VR360 short film “On The Way To Colonus”. The film, created by Loukia Alavanou represents Greece in the Greek Pavilion at the Venice Biennale…

  • Soundscaping with Nicolas Constantin Romanacci

    From Bach to Buchla: Soundscapes of radical clarity and complexity Multi-media artist Nicolas Constantin Romanacci melds together the worlds of audio-visual composition with contemporary and experimental classical in forward-thinking pieces that are far beyond many more prevalent approaches . Speaking to the German musician, we found out…

  • Do I need a subwoofer for my home studio?

    If you’re asking yourself whether you need a subwoofer for your studio, you’ve come to the right place. In this educational article, we’re going to shed some light on what to consider when thinking of adding a subwoofer to your home studio, how to calibrate it with your existing system…

  • Interview with H. Takahashi [Kankyo Records]

    Kankyo Records is a record store run by ambient music producer H Takahashi, opening in 2021 in a housing complex in the suburbs of Sangenjaya, Tokyo. With a focus on the modern society where people spend more and more time at home, Kankyo Records…

  • KEXP

    Cheryl Waters, Jamie Alls and Kevin Suggs from the Seattle broadcaster speak candidly about recording The Polyphonic Spree in a closet, getting recognised in Mexico City and the power of saying yes. Pete Armitage caught a precious few minutes with the team as they took a breather from their busy…

  • Guitar tips from one of Latvia’s greatest: Robert Dinters

    Boasting a set of ADAM Audio A5X nearfield monitors in his studio, multi-instrumentalist and composer Roberts Dinters has been collaborating with a wide-plethora of artists from his home nation of Latvia for the past two-decades. Known primarily for his work within the rock scene, Dinters’ career has…

  • The unlikely story of Migration Studios

    We caught up with Migration Studios co-founder and composer (and post-modern Bob Geldof?) Richard Jahn to talk about the journey so far. That is, the literal journey of transporting 100+ life-sized elephant sculptures across England in articulated lorries, as well as the more figurative journey of staining…

  • Interview with MikkiM

    Recording in Motion Within most human cultures, the role of music is closely related to the emotional impact on its audience. When traveling to remote locations, the echoes of these distant lands function as primary colors for the painting of your own sonic artworks. Nobody is more aware of this…

  • CJSW Radio

    CJSW speak to us candidly about the day-to-day at Canada’s oldest and largest student radio station. The team currently consists of seven full-time members of staff and 300+ volunteers. Together they cater as a 24/7 sonic sanctuary not only for Calgary’s student population but the station’s international…

  • Christina Rotondo

    Using Social Media to get the Heart of your music With the digitalization of music, comes the uncertainty of how modern artists can both release music with ease, while being able to stand out amongst the huge flock of other musicians. Talking to UK-based musician, session vocalist and influencer…