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The supervising sound editor and dialogue editor for new mystery thriller TV series Mr. Mercedes share how they use RX 6 to repair audio for the show.
Benny Mouthon, sound designer and re-recording mixer of CNN’s Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown, shares how he uses RX 6 Advanced on the show.
In this interview, Chief Engineer of Salem Psalms Studios Amond Jackson shares how he used RX 6 and Ozone 7 while mixing 2017 song "Triple Platinum" by Rick Ross ft. Scrilla.
Experimental rock band Bent Knee's violinist talks about how songwriting and live performance influence one another.
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Master of None’s dialogue is one of the main drivers in revealing the series’ authenticity. In this piece, the show’s re-recording mixer, Josh Berger, shares how he used RX on Master of None season two.
In this interview, Gramatik reveals his recording setup, what plug-ins he relies on, and how he produces songs with live instrumentation in mind.
Luis Saldarriaga (Salda) shares his experience working on Luis Fonsi's "Despacito," including the recording setup and using Ozone 7 Advanced.
Hit Boy’s personal mixing engineer, David Kim, gives career advice and recalls the time he recorded strings for Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp a Butterfly.