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  • Monday, October 15, 2012
    riedel
    PSW Staff 10/15/12 11:39 AM,
    The Red Bull Stratos, the 120,000-foot skydive from the edge of space on October 14, was a mission that transcended human limits. Riedel Communications provided the communications solution for the project, integrating both wireless and wired digital intercom systems. Additionally, Riedel furnished the fiber-based video and signal distribution as well as the wireless video links from the capsule’s onboard cameras – enabling the stunning pictures delivered from the Red Bull Stratos capsule. Felix Baumgartner, extreme base jumper and sky diver,… View this post
    Filed in: AVLive SoundRecordingChurch SoundNewsAVEthernetInterconnectNetworkingSignalSystemAudio

  • church sound
    Mike Sessler 10/15/12 10:03 AM,
    This article is provided by ChurchTechArts.   Every time I attend a technology conference, I hear a lot of talk about streaming. In fact, I was just asked to speak at a day-long workshop devoted to streaming (and after this post, I may not be invited back…). Wherever you go, you hear streaming. I talk with techs all over the country who want to start streaming their services live. Or their pastor just found out you can do it, and… View this post
    Filed in: Church SoundFeatureBlogOpinionBusinessDigitalMixerNetworkingRemoteSignalSoftware

  • adaptive technologies group
    PSW Staff 10/15/12 09:52 AM,
    Adaptive Technologies Group, comprising Allen Products, ATM Fly-ware and Adaptive Video Walls and Displays, and a developer of state-of-the-art rigging and mounting solutions for a wide range of audio and video applications, has named Ramon Cano as production manager. Cano will oversee both of Adaptive’s California manufacturing and assembly operations that produce the Allen, Adaptive and ATM-Fly-Ware branded products as well as all large-scale custom projects. Based at Adaptive headquarters in Spring Hill, CA, he will also negotiate purchases and… View this post
    Filed in: AVLive SoundNewsAVBusinessManufacturerAudio

  • ntp technologies
    PSW Staff 10/15/12 09:34 AM,
    At the upcoming 133rd AES Convention in San Francisco (booth 1237), NTP Technology is introducing the new DAD AX32 mastering-quality audio AD/DA converter to the U.S. market. Housed in a 2RU chassis, the AX32 allows large multi-microphone arrays to be accommodated without the need to transport a second processor. All 32 microphone feeds can be connected back to the control room along a single Cat 5 cable via fully transparent and uncompressed IP Ethernet. “The AX32 is a development of… View this post
    Filed in: Live SoundRecordingNewsProductAnalogDigitalInterconnectProcessorStudio

  • recording
    Joe Gilder 10/15/12 09:15 AM,
    I’m finishing up a mix this week for a client from Russia. Great song…and it’s not everyday I get to listen to a guy singing in Russian for a few hours. (I think I might be starting to understand it…nah, probably not.) Anyhow… Here’s a quick mixing tip that will help you in two ways: 1. You’ll quickly improve your mixes. 2. Your mixes won’t take FOREVER to finish. What is it? It’s something I’m calling the “Power of Three.”… View this post
    Filed in: RecordingFeatureBlogDigital Audio WorkstationsEngineerStudio

  • community
    PSW Staff 10/15/12 09:02 AM,
    Community Professional has introduced the DA6, a high-output, full-range architectural surface-mount loudspeaker with a sconce-like form factor and contemporary styling designed to complement environments such as restaurants, resorts, hotel lobbies and ballrooms, and retail establishments. It is the newest member of the company’s Distributed Design Series loudspeakers. The DA6 offers a 115-degree cone-shaped coverage pattern that emanates from the face of the loudspeaker downwards at a 26-degree angle from the wall. The 2-way, 6.5-inch surface mount DA6 integrates Community’s patented… View this post
    Filed in: AVLive SoundChurch SoundNewsProductAVInstallationLoudspeakerSound Reinforcement

  • Friday, October 12, 2012
    live sound
    Roland Hemming 10/12/12 05:14 PM,
    Living in Britain, I am in a country steeped in history. A friend of mine’s house was built before a European even “discovered” America, and we are so used to things just being old that we don’t get excited about it. U.S. writer Bill Bryson noted that there were more, older buildings in the tiny village he lived in Derbyshire than in the whole of Iowa, where he was born. But like most people, I don’t get involved with history… View this post
    Filed in: Live SoundFeatureBlogStudy HallBusinessLoudspeakerSound ReinforcementStudioAudio

  • audio system power
    Dennis Ver Mulm 10/12/12 04:44 PM,
    Most electronic equipment is designed to operate at voltage levels of 120 volts in North America or 230 volts in Europe. Occasionally some very current hungry equipment might be powered from 208 volts in North America. Regardless of the power line voltage, power supplies inside the electronic equipment convert this AC voltage into much smaller DC voltages that power the integrated circuits and transistors which in turn do the work inside the preamp, mixing console, graphic equalizer or amplifier. Voltage… View this post
    Filed in: AVFeatureBlogStudy HallAVPowerSignalAudio

  • audio-technica
    PSW Staff 10/12/12 03:53 PM,
    Audio-Technica microphones were utilized for both candidates as well as the moderator at the 2012 Vice Presidential debate on October 11 at Centre College in Danville, KY. Products used included A-T’s Engineered Sound ES935ML6 MicroLine condenser gooseneck microphones on vice president Joe Biden and Republican vice presidential nominee Rep. Paul Ryan. Two AT898cW Subminiature cardioid condenser lavalier microphones with 5000 Series wireless were used for moderator Martha Raddatz, while BP4071 Line + Gradient condenser mics were used to capture room… View this post
    Filed in: AVLive SoundRecordingChurch SoundNewsMicrophoneWireless

  • powersoft
    PSW Staff 10/12/12 03:45 PM,
    For the first-ever concert by Jennifer Lopez in Poland, Gigantsound Letus provided a system driven by Powersoft K Series amplifiers that served an audience of 25,000 at the PGE Arena Stadium in Gdańsk. “We faced a great acoustic challenge because of the clamshell-shaped stadium,” says Yurek Taborowski, owner of Gigantsound Letus, a leading Polish sound company. “We decided to use 60 Powersoft K10 amps for 110 (JBL) VT4888 cabinets (low, mid, high) and 20 Powersoft K20 amps for 80 (EAW)… View this post
    Filed in: Live SoundNewsAmplifierConcertPowerSound Reinforcement