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J. Tables

J. Tables

Jason Tables currently works as a creative content writer for B&H's Explora blog and is also the engineer and co-producer of the B&H Photography Podcast. He attended Boston University and went on to attain an advanced degree in Music Production and Recording Engineering. Prior to that, he graduated from the University of Florida and received a BA in Information Sciences. Before B&H, Tables worked as a recording engineer at Cybersound Studios in Boston, a training rep at Harman Pro, and a product manager at Cakewalk, where he worked on feature development for their SONAR digital audio workstation software. Also an accomplished composer and producer, Tables has licensed his music to highly rated TV shows such as Ray Donovan, Keeping Up With the Kardashians and others across networks like Fuse, MTV, VH1, E!, Bravo and Showtime. He has also written, produced and engineered on records for chart-topping musical acts such as Pastor Troy and 8Ball.

Latest Articles

4 months ago
New from Yamaha, the DGX-660 is an 88-key digital piano that features sounds based on samples from the company's CFIIIS 9-foot concert grand piano. The piano boasts a weighted keyboard...
4 months ago
B &H will be stocking the BOSS VO-1, a new vocoder and talk box pedal designed especially for guitarists and bassists. Use the onboard XLR input, plug in a microphone, and vocally modulate your guitar's...
5 months ago
Here at B&H, we are excited to be stocking products from Aston Microphones, a new UK-based manufacturer. Offering two mics, the Origin and the...
5 months ago
Designed for connecting guitars to amplifiers or any other application where a 1/4" instrument or unbalanced line-level connection is required, Kopul Premium Performance...
6 months ago
In the pro audio world, Shure is a name that needs no introduction, especially when it comes to dynamic microphones. From the iconic SM57, to the ubiquitous SM58, to the classic SM7, Shure has been making top-notch dynamic mics for decades, which are used by legions of sound engineers e very day. Now, Shure aims to...
6 months ago
Zoom is a company that knows a thing or two about guitar effects, and its G-series processors are trusted around the globe by players who demand tons of functionality in one convenient pedal. At the 2016 NAMM show, the company has just announced the...
6 months ago
Yamaha Corporation has been breaking boundaries in music technology since it was founded in Japan more than a century ago. Though it originated as a piano and organ maker, in 1887, the company has since branched out into many avenues of manufacturing, developing products as diverse as motorcycles, sporting goods, and...
6 months ago
Following up last year’s release of the Boutique series synth modules, Roland has just released the A-01K at the 2016 NAMM show, another highly portable, compact synthesizer and...
6 months ago
Known for decades as a leading manufacturer of forward-thinking musical instruments, Roland has graced the industry with countless innovations and influenced just about every genre of music under the sun, from the RE-201 Space Echo analog delay, to the Fantom workstation keyboard, to the iconic...
6 months ago
In the past few years, renewed interest in analog synthesis has led to a flurry of new synths from boutique and larger manufacturers alike, and Korg is no exception. With recent new releases such as the Volca series, and well-received reissues like their ARP Odyssey and MS-20 Mini, Korg has definitely been on the...
7 months ago
Undoubtedly one of the most recognized names in all of audio, Bose has brought countless innovations to market since its inception in 1964. While the company is probably best known for its ubiquitous consumer noise-canceling headphones, Bose has also managed to make its mark in far less obvious corners of the...
7 months ago
If you’re a professional engineer, chances are you already have some experience using a trackball with Pro Tools or another DAW. As the preferred method of travel in many commercial studios and post facilities, the trackball gives engineers some key advantages in navigating their sessions, versus using a traditional mouse. In the paragraphs below we’ll explore some these advantages, and look at...
8 months ago
Berlin-based music software developer Ableton has just announced the Push 2, a redesigned USB hardware controller for use with the company's Live 9.5 DAW software, which is a free update for all...
8 months ago
New from Lectrosonics, the SSM is a miniature, feature-rich, digital-hybrid wireless transmitter designed for theatrical use, houses of worship, reality TV, and other productions where...

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