Jurek Ugarow

Jurek Ugarow is a Technical Writer at B&H, creating professional audio content for the Web. He brings to the task close to 50 years of experience as a performing musician in the UK, in addition to his years as a production sound engineer for TV and film, and is a founding member of a British Arts Council-funded residential arts community. These days, he divides his time between writing music and creating personal video projects.

Latest Articles

8 years ago
Arturia has long been known for its excellent software instruments, whether for use in a DAW, or at the heart of the company’s hardware packages. On top of this, the company’s V Collections provided users with a cost-effective software bundle featuring some of the company’s greatest hits. The…
8 years ago
The iZotope company, renowned for making software products that cover a multitude of audio activities, has once again expanded the frontiers when it comes to the treatment of vocals.…
8 years ago
The original Seaboard RISE 25, along with the Seaboard GRAND, pointed the way to an entirely new method of triggering software sounds with the introduction of keywaves. The instruments remodeled the traditional MIDI keyboard controller as a pressure-sensitive, continuous surface that…
8 years ago
It was less than a year ago that Avid redefined the future delivery of its industry-standard software, Pro Tools, with the introduction of Pro Tools 12. Aside from the various licensing levels that provided a choice of a low-cost subscription service, outright ownership, or…