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MOTU Artist Spotlight: Immediate Music and DP8

Immediate Music is a an Emmy® award-winning music production company based in Santa Monica, CA. Since 1992, composers Jeffrey Fayman and Yoav Goren have been pumping out music in Hollywood for movies, trailers, television, and album projects. You name it, they've scored it, produced it, or composed it. Jeff and Yoav credit their success in large part to the tools of their trade. At the top of the list? Digital Performer...

  • Published: 2014-09-16 12:00:00

Now shipping: Digital Performer 8.07

Digital Performer 8.07 is now shipping and provides many improvements, optimizations, and refinements, including readiness for Apple's upcoming release of OS X Yosemite. This update is recommended for all DP8 users. Check out highlights in this release and download it now.

  • Published: 2014-09-03 10:00:00

Another #1 album for MOTU

According to Billboard magazine, "After more than 30 years on the charts, comedian-singer 'Weird Al' Yankovic earns his first No. 1 album on the Billboard 200, as 'Mandatory Fun' debuts atop the list [for the week ending July 20, 2014]. The album is the first comedy set to top the chart since 1963, and logs the largest sales week for a comedy album since 1994." MOTU user Jim Kimo West, who plays guitar and programs synths for 'Weird Al', explains how MOTU products helped produce yet another #1 album.

  • Published: 2014-08-27 11:52:24

Introducing the 1248, 8M and 16A

MOTU is pleased to announce three new high-end Thunderbolt™ audio interfaces: the 1248, 8M and 16A. The culmination of years of R&D, each interface delivers a wide range of analog and digital I/O, superb A/D/A conversion with exceptionally high dynamic range, 48-channel mixing and DSP effects processing, universal connectivity to your computer, and audio networking for system expansion. The 1248, 8M and 16A give you everything you need to turn your computer into a world-class recording studio.

  • Published: 2014-07-22 15:25:03

MOTU Artist Spotlight: Jim Watson, Renaissance Man

Jim Watson could best be described as a self-made Renaissance Man, having mastered the many roles required to be successful in today's music and audio production scene. With a degree from Berklee College of Music in Boston, Jim headed to LA and landed in Venice, where he has been involved in projects from album production to theater sound. In this brief interview, Jim reflects on how Digital Performer helps him achieve such flexibility and diversity in his daily music-making activities.

  • Published: 2014-05-30 16:33:02