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Mojave Audio Announces Formation Of New Online Media Library
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Mojave Audio has launched an online media library, offering a collection of audio samples and video tutorials, examples, and session overviews.

Visitors can search by artist, engineer, Instrument, and several additional categories, which makes it easy to find audio samples and the microphone choices used to capture that sound or performance. An extensive collection of videos include looks at the actual sessions where specfic recordings took place, discussions about techniques, a look at microphone placement, and more.

For example, for those interested in drum recording, the Ross Hogarth/Kenny Aronoff session is a standout. Those interested in acoustic instruments will enjoy the Jim Lauderdale/Randy Kohrs session. Jazz enthusiasts will appreciate the Miles Mosley session, and those with an interest in classical piano should explore the Yana Reznik section. Additionally, engineers and voice-over artists should find the Charles Kahlenberg session most informative.

Dusty Wakeman, president of Mojave Audio, states, “In recent years, we’ve been very fortunate to have our products used by leading engineers and artists the world over, and many of these recordings have been made available to us for educational purposes. Similarly, our ‘Pop Up Studio’ at various industry events has been another terrific source for both audio and video recordings. The sum total of audio and video materials in the media library represents, to the best of my knowledge, one of the most comprehensive collections of samples, tips, and tricks available from any equipment manufacturer.

“The online media library was created by Mojave Audio’s own Amalia Delgado and, thanks to her elegant design and ability to organize everything so clearly, I’m confident recording enthusiasts, professional engineers, and artists will find these materials invaluable.”

Go here to access the Mojave Audio online media library directly.

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