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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!

  • 10 Essential Studio Items

    Creating music is no longer the privilege of professional musicians and composers working in extravagantly equipped and exclusive studios. With a few items of potentially affordable kit we can all make music in our own homes, and if we chose the kit thoughtfully, there’s no reason why the music we…

  • Tracking Guitars with Mike Orlando [Adrenaline Mob]

    We have had the pleasure of talking with guitarist and founding member of “Adrenaline Mob”, “Sonic Stomp” and “Dance of the Damned” – the one and only, Mike Orlando. Mike is also the owner, producer and mixing engineer at Sonic Stomp Studios. Having many years of professional studio work under…

  • Understanding Speaker Directivity Charts

    Why do studio monitors disperse sound directionally? When we use nearfield monitors in the studio it’s normal to both angle them inwards towards the listening position and make sure they’re not located significantly above or below listening head height. This is because monitors are directional, so we can only expect…

  • Interview with Caspar Bock [Baby Audio]

    For this interview, we had the pleasure of talking to Caspar Bock of BABY Audio, a leader in the creation of creative plugins and tools for the modern studio. We touch on different topics such as how to develop a plugin, tips for starting out, and what…

  • KIOSK RADIO Brussels

    The Kiosk Radio crew speak to us about searching for selectors in the flea market, brewing coffee for the homeless, skirmishes with the police, DJs handing out toilet paper. Not to mention spearheading the new Brussels underground. ADAM Audio caught up with co-founders Jim and Mik for the full lowdown…

  • The architect behind Studio Stekker

    Geurt Kersjes, otherwise known as Dutch producer Pitto, describes how he created one of Europe’s most in-demand collaborative production spaces. Dreamed up by Dutch producer Pitto in Utrecht back in 2013, Studio Stekker set out to actively encourage artists to experiment and develop, by…

  • Interview with Fred Hush

    The DJ Fred Hush has graced the decks of some of the scene’s best clubs. Not only known for his diligent attention to performing, the Belgian artist has also had his fair share of success in the studio. Well known for his remix of “Open your Eyes”,…

  • Sophie Villy

    Georgian singer-songwriter, composer and producer Sophie Villy discusses her acoustic world-building and how she crafts new inspirational tools for children. Compassion is a theme that resonates heavily throughout Sophie Villy’s work. It manifests itself through her delicate guitar playing, minimalist arrangements, and gently delivered vocals. The award-winning…

  • The Importance of Listening Levels

    How loud do you listen when you compose, record, mix or master your music? And do you always work at the same volume or just turn up your monitors until you hit a comfortable level? Quite probably, like a great many people working in all sorts of music production environments,…

  • 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 2022. Four large, enclosed domes create an…