Jimmy Byrne

Jimmy Byrne is a music producer, audio engineer, music entrepreneur & musician living in Minnesota's Twin Cities. Under his own company ByrneOut Productions, he has worked with a variety of artists & bands from throughout the US on the overall production and studio recording of their music as well as other audio-related projects. Jimmy also works for the record label of Twin Cities hip-hop collective Doomtree, helping oversee day-to-day operations and tasks. And is a co-host of MNCast, a podcast emphasizing the discovery and support of Minnesota musicians. Looking ahead, Jimmy hopes to continue growing his career and company, build professional relationships with musicians and other industry professionals, and somehow leave his mark in this ever-changing industry.

iZotope’s Vocal Doubler plugin gives your vocals some extra oomph for free

iZotope released a new Vocal Doubler plugin to apply to any individual vocal track within your project. Available for free on the iZotope.com website.

M-Audio announces new M-Track 8X4M all-in-one interface for home studio or location recording

M-Audio announced the all-new M-Track 8X4M to their lineup early this week. This amazing portable interface and monitoring station is perfect for any setup.

Boss unveils new Metal Zone and Dimension C pedals

Boss launched refinements to two of their most classic stomps in their lineup. The new Metal Zone MT-2W and Dimension C DC-2W are two pedals you can't miss.

Soundbrenner’s new “Core” musicians smartwatch met its Kickstarter goal in 14 minutes

Music startup Soundbrenner announced a new follow-up model to their widely popular "Pulse" in early October and quickly surpassed their Kickstarter goal.

SSL announces the SSL Fusion, its first all-in-one processor of its kind in 25 years

SSL has take then wraps off of a new all-in-one processor, called the SSL Fusion. The new unit offers five distinct processors that can be used alone.

Electro-Voice ND68 dynamic microphone review

Electro-Voice is a leader in the microphone business, and for good reason. But is the new Electro-Voice ND68 microphone worth the money?

Electro-Voice ND66 condenser microphone review

Electro-Voice recently launched the ND-series, a series of microphones that deliver top quality for a great price. Case in point: The Electro-Voice ND66.

Eventide Fission plugin review

Eventide has launched yet another powerhouse plugin, called the Eventide Fission. But does it live up to the legendary Eventide name?

ROLI Seaboard Wins Product of The Year Award 2014

Each year, the Design Museum in London awards deserving companies the title of ‘Design of the Year’ in several different categories. This year, the award in the ‘Product’ category went to ROLI for it’s spectacular design of the Seaboard GRAND. Because of this, they now move on as a nominee for the Overall Design of the Year award. The Seaboard GRAND, announced and rel...[Read More]

Vengeance Sound releases Tape Stop plugin

Vengeance Sound is out for vengeance once again with its new “Tape Stop” plug-in, which came out recently. And it is already your best friend when it comes to pitch effects. Not only that, but they’ve also included a built-in sequencer, volume and filter envelopes. The software includes room for 80 presets, and it gives any producer the capability to control actual parameters of ...[Read More]