Gino Robair is former editor of EM

Archive for December, 2010

Semper Caveat Emptor

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As a music journalist, I’ve met a lot of interesting people at every level of the MI world, from engineers, designers, and coders to marketers, sales, and upper management. I also have a lot of close friends who are musicians that work in the industry.

Consequently, I hear stories. more

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Gino’s Big Adventure: Building a Personal Studio, Part 11

Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4 | Part 5 | Part 6 | Part 7 | Part 8 | Part 9 | Part 10

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Tips from a Pro: Installing Tielines

My studio inched closer to completion around Thanksgiving when the tieline panels were wired up. Everything went smoothly, thanks to quite a bit of preplanning.

Before the structure was even framed, I consulted with Ann Dentel, a musician and composer who teaches at the Expression College for Digital Arts in Emeryville, CA (see Fig. 1). Ann has 15 years of experience installing wiring in studios, and I asked her early on in the remodel to help me figure out the best way to connect my studio with other parts of the house. more

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