Career & Business

He's been awarded two Latin Grammys, taught engineering in Mexico, Venezuela, and elsewhere, and is the author of "The Human Side of Audio." We chat with Darío Peñaloza about the technical and the non-technical.
Manufacturers, distributors and retailers: Don’t miss this deep dive into your financial future! The 2023 NAMM Show will feature the debut of The Capital Summit, a special educational event — held Saturday, April 15 from 10 – 11:30 am at the Anaheim Convention Center, Level 2, Room 202B.
A pioneer of synthesis and a godfather of the drum machine, Roger Linn has woven a legacy of innovative instruments and technological breakthroughs. From his early days at the University of Leon Russell to his current passion, the Linnstrument, we cover a lot of ground.
During the pandemic, Mike Grande found himself starting over. After departing a career on Wall Street as a Chief Technical Officer for a large financial firm, Grande revisited a product idea he had nearly 15 years earlier to make learning guitar easier.
He's been working in the studio since he was knee-high to a two-track, and it shows. We chat with Chuck Ainlay about his early exposure to recording, his work with Mark Knopfler and his philosophy of how less can be more.
From Chris Stapleton and Jack White to Phish and Arctic Monkeys, Vance Powell has cut his own path and his own unique sound with artists as individual as he is. He's as outspoken and pragmatic as he is hilarious and entertaining. Buckle up for a wide-ranging conversation.
He's made a career of pushing the envelope, contributing to technologies that have shifted the paradigms of creative tools. We chatted about his early days with Oberheim, the development of the ADAT, the birth of Line6, and his ongoing fascination with technology.
His years at Berklee College saw the institution through an almost revolutionary evolution in education. We chat about teaching, learning, and the creative process. 
At The NAMM Show, members can find the latest products and innovations from across the industry.
Jerry Kovarsky's career has been an elegant balance of music, technology, and education. He's been deeply involved in the development of some landmark synthesizers, written countless articles and books, and come full circle as a musician.
In 1992, Julie Tan graduated from the Recording Arts program at the University of Southern California and set her sights on working within the music products and pro audio industry. However, her continued passion for our industry has impacted her career trajectory, leading her to own one of the world's most reputable pro audio companies.
In the latest episode of the Bonzai Beat, Mr. Bonzai connects with producer, engineer, and mixer Frank Filipetti to discuss his collaborations and projects, gear, and how the process of mixing and engineering has changed over time.