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  • Wednesday, August 24, 2016
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    PSW Staff 08/24/16 12:46 PM,
    The Raleigh-Cary Jewish Community Center in Raleigh, North Carolina is set in a beautiful, thirty-acre campus that features the Steven N. Guld Family Center, an outdoor pool, and an outdoor area with walking trails, a stocked lake, an amphitheater, a basketball court, and a playground. The center is in the midst of a sizeable expansion, which started with a renovation of the family center and an update of the pool facilities including sound reinforcement from Ashly Audio and Danley Sound… View this post
    Filed in: Church SoundNewsAmplifierAVInstallationLoudspeakerProcessorSound ReinforcementSubwooferSystem

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    PSW Staff 08/24/16 07:02 AM,
    RJC Studios is a commercial recording studio in Hamburg, New Jersey. Owned by producer/engineer Robert Cline, the studio provides audio recording and production services for many different clients including B. Christopher, a well-known TV and film composer.  The studio recently acquired an Allen & Heath Qu-32 digital mixer which is tightly integrated into its Pro Tools environment providing mixing and DSP services and acting as a control surface for the DAW (digital audio workstation). Before purchasing the Qu-32, RJC Studios… View this post
    Filed in: RecordingNewsConsolesDigitalEngineerMixerProcessorStudio

  • Tuesday, August 23, 2016
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    Hadi Sumoro & Xian Yu 08/23/16 11:40 AM,
    This article is provided by HX Audio Lab   Electronic correction in the form of Equalization (EQ) is one of the most useful audio tools for loudspeaker compensation/correction, whether it compensates from non-linearities in the loudspeaker or for altering the effect of room acoustics. Two audio filter types are typically used: IIR and FIR. IIR stands for Infinite Impulse Response and FIR stands for Finite Impulse Response. Each has its own pluses and minuses. This article intends to introduce key… View this post
    Filed in: AVFeatureStudy HallLoudspeakerMeasurementProcessorTechnician

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    PSW Staff 08/23/16 07:59 AM,
    Preparing audio engineers and content creators is key to the curriculum at Ohio University’s (Athens, Ohio) Scripps College of Communication, School of Media Arts & Studies (MDIA). And now, thanks to pro audio supplier Vintage King L.A. and Yamaha Professional Audio Steinberg staff, the school now houses a 32-fader NUAGE DAW advanced audio post-production system in their Steven L. Schoonover Post-Production and Critical Listening Lab with a companion classroom containing 30-plus seats of Nuendo 7.1. The college also boasts a… View this post
    Filed in: RecordingNewsConsolesDigitalEngineerInstallationMixerProcessorStudio

  • Monday, August 22, 2016
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    PSW Staff 08/22/16 02:22 PM,
    When producer Greg Fidelman hunkered down to begin work on Metallica’s latest record, he knew that the (30) channels of vintage preamps the band had already in the studio would not be enough to simultaneously facilitate the multi-mic drum sound and detailed guitar micing setups he was envisioning for the sessions. He turned to BAE Audio preamplifiers to nearly double his available inputs, matching the sound of Metallica’s existing vintage gear with the added reliability of BAE’s modern construction and… View this post
    Filed in: RecordingNewsAnalogEngineerProcessorStudio

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    PSW Staff 08/22/16 07:57 AM,
    Maor Appelbaum has sometimes been mistakenly typecast as a heavy rock specialist. It’s true that he has done work for such artists as Rob Halford, Yngwie Malmsteen, Sepultura, Dokken, and Fates Warning. But his credits cover virtually every musical genre, including global stars like Faith No More, Yes, Meat Loaf, Walter Trout, and William Shatner, along with an assortment of jazz and classical artists. With his track record and client list, Appelbaum could use any equipment he wants, and his… View this post
    Filed in: RecordingNewsEngineerProcessorStudio

  • Thursday, August 18, 2016
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    PSW Staff 08/18/16 06:31 AM,
    Bass player Aaron Patrick cited the Audient USB audio interface iD22 as “...an integral part of the process for the upcoming new record”, referring to the eighth album to be recorded by American band, All That Remains. Total worldwide album sales have exceeded a million to date, and this latest one is being produced by twice Grammy-nominated producer, Howard Benson (All American Rejects, My Chemical Romance, Kelly Clarkson). “I’ve used other interfaces before but this is hands-down my favorite. When… View this post
    Filed in: RecordingNewsDigitalDigital Audio WorkstationsProcessorStudio

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    Jon Tidey 08/18/16 06:26 AM,
    This article is provided by Audio Geek Zine.   Phase is a constant concern for recording and mixing engineers. Problems with phase can ruin your music; it can be easily avoided or corrected, but first you need understand how the problem occurs. This guide will attempt to explain almost everything there is to know about phase, what it is, how it happens, what it can sound like and some techniques to deal with it. What Is Phase? I’m going to… View this post
    Filed in: RecordingFeatureBlogStudy HallConsolesDigital Audio WorkstationsMeasurementMicrophoneProcessorSignalSoftwareStudio

  • Wednesday, August 17, 2016
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    PSW Staff 08/17/16 01:06 PM,
    Just one week after investing in a Prism Sound Atlas audio interface, Australian pianist, sound engineer and film director Paul Carasco says the unit produced enough income to pay for itself. “No other piece of gear has generated anywhere near the income in relation to its cost as my Prism Sound Atlas,” he says. “My guiltiest pleasure is knowing that, with Prism Sound interfaces, no matter where I go or what I am recording I can have complete confidence. Prism… View this post
    Filed in: AVNewsAVDigitalProcessorStageStudio

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    PSW Staff 08/17/16 12:35 PM,
    What does an audio compressor actually do? Most types of signal processors, such as reverbs, equalizers, and delays, are designed to make an obvious change in the sound. But a compressor’s action is much more subtle; when used properly, most listeners won’t be aware that signal processing is being used. Only if you hear the original dynamic range of a signal and compare it to the compressed version will the effect be noticeable. A compressor/limiter is essentially an automatic volume… View this post
    Filed in: Church SoundFeatureStudy HallDigitalDigital Audio WorkstationsEducationProcessorSoftwareSound Reinforcement



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