Case Study

Pro Studio Setup with Tony Terrebonne

We recently had the pleasure of visiting Tony Terrebonne, chief engineer, and Jim “Z” Zumpano, studio owner and engineer at the world-class, legendary ZAC Recording studio in Atlanta, GA. Tony works with artists such as Usher, Prince, Outkast, Akon, Oteil Burbridge and Modest Mouse and Jim has worked with Whitney Houston, Mariah Carey, Toni Braxton and Babyface to name a few.

ZAC Recording uses FuzzMeasure for measuring and tuning their rooms. Read the full story to learn how Tony got started with FuzzMeasure, and what features he finds useful. Also, find out how Jim, a studio owner, appreciates that “…in today’s economy…I can have my rooms back to freshness in half the time and cost.”

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Capo 3.3 is Now Available

To continue our improvements on Capo we released v3.3 in early August. This release includes a visual overhaul, brand-new guitar and metronome sounds, the ability to display the current time in the Heads-Up Display and more!

In addition, we’ve done some advance work on Capo in anticipation of OS X El Capitan, which is scheduled for release on September 30. So don’t hesitate to upgrade your OS – there should be no issues with Capo.

And don’t forget, we have a trial of Capo 3 available for download. If you want to see the latest version in action, feel free to grab the demo here.

Capo Release Notes ›


Recent Appearances

Chris Liscio – President, SuperMegaUltraGroovy Inc. was recently invited to talk on two interview shows, Debug and Release Notes.

Debug is a conversational interview show about developing software and services, primarily for iPhone, iPad, Mac, and gaming. Hosted by Guy English and Rene Ritchie, it's all the great talk you get at the bar after the conference, wrapped up in convenient podcast form.

Release Notes is a weekly podcast about the business of Mac and iOS indie software development. The show is hosted by Charles Perry, owner of Metakite Software, and Joe Cieplinski, Creative Director of Bombing Brain Interactive.


FuzzMeasure Product Review

Sound on Sound, the world's premier music recording technology magazine, recently reviewed FuzzMeasure 4.

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FuzzMeasure: What Type of Microphone Should I Use?

Acoustic measurements require the use of a suitable microphone, but not necessarily an expensive one.

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