October 3, 2011
Torae’s ‘For The Record’ Album Preview
Coney Island native Torae has an invite-only preview for his latest album,‘For The Record’, and it’s all happening on board the Unique Squared Mobile Studio during the 2011 A3C Festival at 6 pm on Friday October 7th!
For this release, Torae has enlisted some of Hip hop’s heaviest hitters with production from the likes of Nottz, !llmind, and Marco Polo among others. With pre-orders already available on iTunes and FatBeats, this album is proving to be some of Torae’s finest work.
This is an invite-only event on a first come first served basis and space is limited so to RSVP and/or press interviews, email: Fortherecordatl@gmail.com
DJ Scott Mad Flip
September 20, 2011
Avid has long been a player in the DJ software market with the introduction of the then M-Audio Torq about 7 years ago. Torq has always been considered one of the most advanced DJ software of the major players in the market. Torq 2.0 takes it to the next level. Avid adds a producers approach to the new software and envisions a more creative approach to a DJ performance beyond anything we have ever used. We gave it a spin in the studio and went deeper down the rabbit hole.
The Basics and Beyond
With Torq software, automatic beat-detection and synchronization are just the beginning. Four full-featured decks—each with EQ, level control, headphone cueing, and crossfade—give you the power to build complex mixes and experiment in brand-new ways. Use the decks to prepare tracks during your set, then drop them into the mix and create dense, layered soundscapes. Tempo Anchors …
August 26, 2011
Recently we had the pleasure of hosting some great guitar playing and singing by Grammy-nominated musician Edwin McCain on board the UniqueSquared Mobile Studio.
Edwin and his personal sound engineer Brent Moreland were inside the Unique Squared Mobile Studio to talk about the PreSonus Studio Live 24.4.2 since it is the mixer of choice that they use while out on the road. With 11 albums in the bag and a wall of platinum and gold albums that have sold in the millions, the main thing Edwin is concerned with is, ‘the moment’:
it just has to do with people coming together and sharing a moment, that’s it. And that’s all I ever wanted to do. I just love that moment in the small club and bar where every single person in there has a moment where it’s silent and they get it and it’s beautiful, that moment where
August 24, 2011
The IDentity Festival in our hometown! Atlanta, GA life has now been changed… for the better of course. Dee jays, producers, and all sorts of butterfly-winged, pixie dust-having, bass cone-loving kiddies came to Lakewood Amphitheatre to have a great time and hail all things bass.
The Unique Squared Mobile Studio right next to the stage baby!
The crowd and Steve Aoki – having a good time
The Atlanta crowd knows how to show love to their dee jays
The Crystal Method deciding whether or not to bash a Darth Vader piñata
The answer was yes, they did bash out the Darth Vader piñata
It’s been a great task to bring you guys all the activities from the tour. Stay tuned for our full wrap up of our stops on the IDentity Festival Tour.
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August 17, 2011
ID Festival @ Charlotte, NC – We’re HERE!
Whew – WE DON’T STOP!!
Yesterday we we’re in the Verizon Wireless Amphitheater in Charlotte, NC for one of the stops at IDentity Festival and MAN, was it a good time. If you needed a full helpings worth of deep bass, great atmosphere, and all around goodness – then you had to look no further.
Festival-goers with light posts going up in flames in the background (ok light posts weren’t really going up in flames)
Le Castle Vania getting the crowd pumped
Thousands of electronica heads infiltrated Charlotte, NC and descended onto the Verizon Wireless Amphitheater to participate in a massive congregation of dee jays, producers, and musicians all with one thing in mind – bang beats hard!
Chemical Brothers and the crowd – Call and response
During our stay we met/saw many of the staple artists in what seemed …