Jimmy Byrne

Jimmy Byrne is a music producer, audio engineer, and musician living in Chicago, IL. 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. 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.

Remotely adjust your Universal Audio FX pedals with the UAFX Control app

Just months after announcing its line of UAFX pedals, Universal Audio put out its own smartphone app, UAFX Control, for remote adjustments.

Capture and mix professional smartphone audio with the Roland Go:Mixer Pro-X

Roland's latest smartphone audio mixer, the Go:Mixer Pro-X, serves as the company's latest step forward in home content creation tools.

The Behringer Brains eurorack oscillator gives users ultimate tone-shaping power

Borrowing from the open-sourced code from Mutable Instruments' Plaits, Behringer unveils Brains, a eurorack oscillator with lots of engines.

KRK expands Classic series with new Classic 7 and 8 monitors

Adding onto its Classic Series studio monitors lineup, KRK introduces Classic 7 and Classic 8 speakers for engineers in need of more power.

Kemper brings Profiler Rig Editor to the iPad

Audio manufacturer Kemper announced recently that its Profiler Rig Editor for creating and storing software amp rigs is now coming to iPad.

Arturia FX Collection 2 is packed with more effects ‘you’ll actually use’

Arturia is back with its updated bundle offer FX Collection 2. It comes jam packed with over 20 processors for producers to enjoy.

The USB-C iLok you need for your Mac is finally here

Now that many computers, including all new Apples, have shifted to USB-C ports, Pace created a new version of iLok that is USB-C compatible.

Akai Professional gives the MPC a throwback look with MPC One Retro Edition

Akai gave the MPC One a vintage makeover with the MPC One Retro Edition. Offering the same functionality with a unique appearance.

TC Electronic Magus Pro delivers a new type of analog distortion

New from TC Electronic is its Magus Pro high-gain distortion pedal, modeled to re-create the rich sound of the ProCo RAT.

Softube revitalizes the Juno-106 sound with Model 84

The software synth builders at Softube have just announced the company's latest project. A brand new Juno-106 virtual clone called Model 84.

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When buying a new drum kit, there is a lot to consider when it comes to getting the right tone. Here are the most important factors to keep in mind.

SSL expands its 500 series family with UltraViolet EQ and Six Channel

Expanding on its already strong set of 500 series effects units, Solid State Logic has added two new products: UltraViolet Stereo EQ and Six Channel Strip.