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mercredi 26 avril 2017, 17:40
Wheatstone is partnering with real-time multimedia delivery company Artel at the NAB Show to demonstrate live remote—or at-home—production using virtualized audio services across a wide-area network.
PreSonus has introduced Quantum, a new 26x32-channel audio/MIDI interface with a Thunderbolt 2 bus and 24-bit, 192 kHz converters.
Joey Sturgis Tones (JST) has released its latest plug-in, SOAR tape delay. Offering a “hybrid approach to using tape delay in the box,” explains JST promotional materials, it combines features from both analog and digital delays plus new, unique-sounding parameters such...
Yamaha has released new specialized EQ presets for Ultimate Ears in-ear monitors; the presets are for the RIVAGE PM10, CL, QL, and TF Series digital mixing consoles.
Mention Sonoma, California and cars, and most people picture a peaceful drive through wine country. That pretty much 100 percent not what Sonoma Raceway is like. The 1,600-acre site hosts events 340 days a year, including three of the top racing series, as well as a...
mardi 25 avril 2017, 18:08
When location sound recordist Adam Drakewolf went wireless, he turned to Wisycom, acquiring five MCR42S camera receivers and six wideband bodypack transmitters: four MTP40 dual-battery models and two MTP41 single-battery models.
Eventide has updated its broadcast delay products, including the introduction of the BD600+.
At NAB, DPA Microphones has introduced its d:vice MMA-A Digital Audio Interface, intended for use by live and mobile journalists in the field.
The Tony Awards, the high-profile annual awards ceremony for theatrical achievements on Broadway, will reinstate the awards for Best Sound Design of a Musical and of a Play starting with the 2017-2018 season. Awards for the two categories were first given during the...
Zaxcom has introduced the RX-12R wideband receiver to its Digital Recording Wireless Series. Evolved from the RX-12, the new RX-12R is a complete redesign; it is rack-mountable, requiring one-and-a-half rack spaces in height. As a wide-band receiver, full tuning range is 512 ...
lundi 24 avril 2017, 17:13
Mark Cochi, who runs RDR Audio and RDR Location Recording in upstate New York, recently added five of ATC’s new two-way SCM12 passive monitors for his post production work.
In “Eleanor Rigby,” Paul McCartney sang of “Father McKenzie, writing the words of a sermon that no one will hear.” Now a real-life Father McKenzie has had a Bose RoomMatch loudspeaker system installed at Toronto-based Faith Sanctuary, ensuring everyone at a service...
At NAB 2017, Lectrosonics has introduced Duet, a digital wireless monitor (IEM) system comprising the M2T dual-stereo half-rack transmitter and M2R diversity belt pack receiver.
Avid and Dolby have teamed to integrate native Dolby Atmos mixing into the next iteration of Pro Tools.
CEDAR Audio has announced CEDAR Studio for iLok for release in Q2 2017. This is following incompatibilities between OS X 10.12 (Sierra), Pro Tools and its existing HSP dongle, offers Gordon Reid, Managing Director of CEDAR Audio.
vendredi 21 avril 2017, 17:52
Slate Media Technology has announced Raven 3.3 Gestures, the company’s next evolutionary stage of control software for its Raven Series multi-touch audio production consoles. Gestures allows comprehensive manipulation of the user’s DAW of choice via multi-touch...
By Karen Mitchell. The Cherry Hills Community Church (CHCC) in Highlands Ranch, CO, near Denver, has been called the fastest growing church in the U.S., but until recently its audio system simply couldn’t keep up with its spectacular pace.
The audio involved in most church services today is a blend of spoken word, singing voices and music with instrumentation that ranges from minimalistic— e.g., one piano, organ or guitar—to complex—perhaps something rivaling a Broadway production.
By Steve Harvey. With season 12 of NBC’s The Voice now underway, Grammy-winning mastering engineer Evren Göknar’s Saturday nights are about to get busy. Göknar, on staff at Capitol Mastering for more than two decades, was initially hand-picked to master the tracks for...
By Steve Harvey. When Alex Kemp and Jimmy Haun decided to build a TV commercial music production studio close to the ocean in Santa Monica, CA, they wanted to make the facility stand out from the competition. So instead of a reception area, they built a surf shop.
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