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After graduating from The Omega Studios' School in 2012, Nicholas began doing freelance audio engineering and post production based out of Baltimore. He now works at Omega as the director of marketing where he also maintains the social media accounts, blogs, and website.
Latest Posts by Nicholas
Maximizing Recording Studio Time
You don’t have to be the president of a major label to notice that the recording industry has changed a great deal in the last…
Audio Benchmarks: Crafting Our Ears
Recently I’ve been quite obsessed with an old PBS show called The New Yankee Workshop… Maybe you’ve seen it, the show where master carpenter…
Time-Based Processing In The Recording Studio
The wonderful world of what is generally referred to as “time-based processing” is a powerful tool to the audio engineer and the sound engineer technician,…
In The Studio: Audio File Sharing In The 21st Century
In the last decade, the way in which engineers share mixes with their client has changed dramatically. Not long ago, if you were trying to…
Audio Engineering From A Musical Perspective
Courtesy of Omega Studios. Musical instruments are the product of engineering, each one an expression of…
In The Studio: What’s The Bit Rate?
Courtesy of Omega Studios. Whenever we deal with uncompressed audio formats such as WAV, AIFF or…
In The Studio: Organizing Your Session Files
Courtesy of Omega Studios. Most folks around Omega Studios consider me to be the “analog”…