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Articles Tagged Mixing

  • Tuesday, October 05, 2010
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    PSW Staff 10/05/10 08:53 AM, 0 Comments
    Ultrasone Inc. has announced the release of its first open back special edition headphone – Edition 10. The long awaited open back Edition 10 headphone boasts the most luxurious feature set of any special edition headphone to date. The new headphones feature Zebrano wood ear cup inlays, Ethiopian sheepskin leather ear cup pads, Titanium plated drivers, and Kevlar coated cables. The Edition 10 is a result of years of R&D to ensure the first open backed special edition headphone. Drawing… View this story
    Filed in: RecordingNewsPollProductAnalogMonitoringSignalStudioSystemAudio

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    PSW Staff 10/05/10 08:36 AM, 0 Comments
    Bartlett Microphones has announced the introduction of the Bartlett Drum Mic. The Bartlett Drum Mic is a professional quality, miniature condenser mic for recording and sound reinforcement of a drum kit. Because it is omnidirectional at all frequencies, the microphone is designed to capture a small drum kit with one mic. The included mic clip can be used to position the Drum Mic in the center of the kit at the height of the snare-drum rim, over the drummer’s knee.… View this story
    Filed in: RecordingNewsPollProductMicrophoneSignalSound ReinforcementSystemAudio

  • Friday, October 01, 2010
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    PSW Staff 10/01/10 08:20 AM, 0 Comments
    The new AERO.file from Linear Acoustic was in the spotlight for much of IBC2010. A panel of broadcast engineers judged the AERO.file worthy of Broadcast Engineering’s Pick Hit Award. It was also honored by TV Technology Europe magazine editors with a STAR Award. “File-based customers began to realize that loudness scaling alone was not enough.” “When we combined AERO.qc processing with RadiantGrid transwapping and TrueGrid transcoding technologies, we knew we had a winner,” said Linear Acoustic President Tim Carroll. “Apparently… View this story
    Filed in: RecordingNewsPollDigitalProcessorStudioSystemAudio

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    PSW Staff 10/01/10 07:36 AM, 0 Comments
    Provided by Sweetwater.   Q: I’ve been reading quite a lot of recording forums lately and I stumbled across a piece of advice which really has me confused. On one forum, someone said that you shouldn’t use a tube microphone with a tube preamp. Being the curious type I went searching and this type of advice seems to pop up across the web in many audio forums. Is this true? Could I have ruined my mic or preamp? A: Yep,… View this story
    Filed in: RecordingFeaturePollStudy HallAnalogMicrophoneStudioSystemAudio

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    PSW Staff 10/01/10 07:15 AM, 0 Comments
    API has announced the delivery of the first API 1608 console in Norway. The desk arrived in the country through API’s newest representative, ProLyd AS, and was placed in the Oslo-based Livingroom Studios. According to George Tanderø, engineer/mixer at Livingroom Studios, acquiring the console is “a dream come true.” “I wanted a console that had modern routing and monitoring facilities that would give me a large, super solid, ‘punchy’ sound straight out of the box,” Tanderø said. “Having used both… View this story
    Filed in: RecordingNewsPollAnalogConsolesDigitalInstallationMixerSignalStudioSystemAudio

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    PSW Staff 10/01/10 06:25 AM, 0 Comments
    It has been said that describing the “sound” of a particular piece of gear is like dancing about architecture. Recognizing that there may be some truth in that, the TransAudio Group website now contains a reference page for Daking signal processing equipment that allows visitors to listen to high-quality (24-bit, 48 kHz) recordings made with Daking mic pres and compressors. “It’s one thing to describe a ‘sound’ in words, but it’s a poor substitute for actually listening,” said Brad Lunde,… View this story
    Filed in: RecordingNewsPollAnalogProcessorSignalStudioSystemAudio

  • Thursday, September 30, 2010
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    Waves Audio 09/30/10 12:00 PM, 3 Comments
    From Waves Audio comes another set of videos in the Audio Mixing Tips & Tricks Series. The video below walks you through Andrew Scheps’s de-essing trick to boost distorted guitars, which is very cool! Also, a very cool video describing Jack Joseph Puig’s method for achieving a clean snare sound while using reverb is available here. As always, we hope you find these videos to be insightful. Feel free to let us know your thoughts in the comments below!  … View this story
    Filed in: RecordingFeaturePollVideoStudy HallDigitalPowerSignalSoftwareStudioSystemAudio

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    PSW Staff 09/30/10 11:00 AM, 0 Comments
    When your business is capturing sound in some of the world’s toughest locales, such as the jungles of Nicaragua or on the slopes of Mount Everest, there is usually only one chance to get it right. Considering the perilous working conditions—for both man and machine—these are not the places for temperamental electronics. That’s precisely why location sound engineer Joe Knauer relies on his arsenal of Lectrosonics wireless microphones. Joe Knauer and his four associates operates Joe’s Location Sounds, a firm… View this story
    Filed in: RecordingNewsPollDigitalMicrophoneSystemWirelessAudio

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    PSW Staff 09/30/10 08:40 AM, 0 Comments
    Sound Devices has announced that the 552 Production Mixer has been nominated for a Technical Excellence & Creativity (TEC) Award for Outstanding Technical Achievement in the small format console technology category.  Sound Devices 552 Production Mixer is the company’s first to feature a fully integrated digital audio recorder. Ideal for both simple run-and-gun applications and in complex multi-input/multi-output production setups, Sound Devices 552 is an extremely portable audio mixer. Designed specifically for professional sound engineers, Sound Devices 552 contains five… View this story
    Filed in: RecordingNewsPollProductDigitalSignalSound ReinforcementStudioSystemAudio

  • Wednesday, September 29, 2010
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    Jeffrey P. Fisher 09/29/10 12:00 PM, 0 Comments
    This article is provided by the Fisher Creative Group.   There are times when it’s possible to lose sight of the full scope of your project, which can have unintended consequences. For instance, when dealing with audio post, you often find that the on-location dialog recordings really stink. Lets face it, we live in a noisy world, and that noise usually finds its way on to our recordings. Couple that notion with the bad practice of using inexperienced people in… View this story
    Filed in: RecordingFeatureBlogOpinionPollDigitalMicrophoneMixerMonitoringRemoteSignalStudioSystemWirelessAudio



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