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Thursday October 26, 2017. 06:09 PM
FOH engineer Bill Sheppell used DPA d:facto vocal mics on the recent Bon Jovi tour as an experiment and ultimately opted to make them a permanent fixture. As a result, official live show recordings from the tour have captured that iconic voice closer to Sheppell’s...
European live production and outside broadcasting services provider Bildquadrat Videoproductions has upgraded the Riedel MediorNet in its OB van and has installed Riedel Artist digital matrix intercom system.
SportsNet New York (SNY) has re-fitted its broadcast studios and upgraded its technology, including two new audio control rooms, both with Solid State Logic System T networked audio broadcast production systems, and a fully redundant Dante networking infrastructure.
Women’s Audio Mission (WAM) is presenting WAMCon, the first conference for women in the recording arts, in Boston, MA, November 3-4, hosted and sponsored by iZotope and PRX Podcast Garage.
ADAM Audio has introduced its new S Control remote control software for the flagship range of S Series speakers, allowing ADAM customers to remotely control all user parameters and EQ settings on the S Series DSP platform via a Windows or macOS computer.
Wednesday October 25, 2017. 05:30 PM
Hot on the heels of its updates to the dLive series of live mixing consoles, Allen & Heath has unveiled a new line of live sound mixers—the new 96 kHz SQ series.
New York-based CP Communications has purchased 17 DiGiCo S21 compact digital consoles to support the company’s ongoing work with Fox Sports’ and CBS Sports’ broadcasts of NFL and college football games.
By Strother Bullins. Housed in an old garage space in the Gowanus neighborhood, Douglass Recording opened in May after a half-decade of planning and development. The studio was designed by Vincent Van Haaff and Jacques LaCroix, and features a 450-square-foot live performance ...
By Jackie Green. In 2009, the 700 MHz DTV transition was in full force, causing significant operational disruption and expense to licensed wireless microphone users, especially broadcasters who needed many channels of wireless microphones to handle increasing demands for...
By Clive Young. The last few years have seen the concert industry ride a growing wave of success, and so far, 2017 looks to be following that trend to the letter. Tours have generally done well this year, and despite some high-profile blowouts, festivals, too, have had a...
Tuesday October 24, 2017. 04:37 PM
Located in Hamburg Altona, near the city’s Reeperbahn, Chefrock Studios is a commercial facility housed on the top floor of an old industrial building, featuring a main control room equipped with an analog Neumann console and a range of analog outboard equipment. Also...
By Steve Harvey. T-Mobile, which acquired 35 MHz of spectrum in the FCC’s Incentive Auction earlier this year, has targeted 26 more U.S. counties for deployment of its new 600 MHz services by the end of 2017.
Heritage Audio has introduced its Reference Audio Monitoring (RAM) series, consisting of three models. Reportedly the result of over two years of “intensive, full time research and development at the Heritage Audio headquarters in Madrid, these monitor source switching...
Checking in with a few organizations working in different areas of the audio post production workflow, it’s apparent that the growth of streaming content companies is making an impact, especially on the business side. At the same time, the wholesale embrace of digital...
Cloud Microphones’s new Cloudlifter CL-Zi ($379 street) is a well-built, steel-chassis box featuring a variable impedance knob (labeled “Z”) and high-pass filter (HPF) to allow tone shaping through the manipulation of impedance loading.
Monday October 23, 2017. 07:24 PM
Allen & Heath has added multiple new features to its dLive mixing system with the release of Fistral V1.6 firmware, its largest release to date.
At the AES Convention, Avid announced a new version of Pro Tools, 12.8.2, that adds immersive audio capabilities and enhances MIDI functionality.
By Strother Bullins. ESI Audiotechnik GmbH—a branded and OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) pro audio design/manufacturing firm since 1998—is now shipping its 24-bit/96 kHz-capable U168 XT audio interface ($499.95 street), featuring what are arguably a recordist’s...
The commercial music recording business has continued to evolve at a brisk pace over the past year.
By Steve Harvey. Nearly 30 years ago, commercial recording studio owners in Los Angeles banded together and tried to close down the city’s dozen or so home-based facilities for dodging business taxes and operating with improper zoning. Three decades later, home studios now ...
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