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  • Friday, November 04, 2011
    PSW Staff 11/04/11 02:08 PM, 0 Comments
    Millennia Music & Media Systems have introduced the high-performance NSEQ-4 parametric equalizer. It is designed for the engineer that doesn’t need the versatility of having the company’s NSEQ-2’s Valve and Solid State circuitry in the same unit. “The NSEQ-4 combines the musicality of the NSEQ-2 with a substantial increase in soundstage,” comments engineer Bruce Leek. NSEQ-4 features: • World’s first (and only) all-discrete, true differential Class-A input buffer/amplifier. • Selectable balanced or unbalanced input. • Greatly improved 3rd generation FSA-03… View this post
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    Gary D. Davis 11/04/11 07:43 AM,
    R-e/p: Dick, how did you choose an engineer for the Dylan album? Dick LaPalm: I left the decision up to Rob. I asked him who should do it. At the time we had 3 guys. Rob came back after a couple of days and said, “I should do it.” I said, “Fine.” R-e/p: Rob, why did you decide to do it? Rob Fraboni: Mainly because I was really familiar with Bob’s music, as well as The Band’s. I’ve been listening… View this post
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  • Monday, October 31, 2011
    PSW Staff 10/31/11 11:04 AM, 0 Comments
    Sennheiser has announced two key executive appointments within its U.S. and Latin American regions, completing the company’s leadership team in the Americas. Effective January 1, 2012, Sennheiser veterans Greg Beebe and Markus Warlitz will be appointed to the positions of president, Sennheiser Electronic Corporation and general manager of Sennheiser Latin America, respectively. Meanwhile, Jean Langlais remains president of Sennheiser Canada. All three executives will report directly to John Falcone, president and CEO of Sennheiser Electronic Corporation, who heads Sennheiser’s business… View this post
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  • Wednesday, October 26, 2011
    Joe Gilder 10/26/11 08:26 AM, 8 Comments
    This article is provided by Home Studio Corner.   When I say reverb what comes to mind? How about delay? For a lot of people who are just starting out with recording and mixing, they may think that reverb is that awesome plug-in you use to make everything sound like it’s in a cathedral. And when they think of delay you may think of The Edge from U2. The truth is, there is SO MUCH you can do with reverb… View this post
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  • Tuesday, October 25, 2011
    PSW Staff 10/25/11 05:23 AM, 0 Comments
    Auralex Acoustics unveiled new ProMAX panels — stand-mounted, portable StudioFoam absorbers — at the recent 131st AES Convention in New York. ProMAX panels are designed as a portable, lightweight, yet highly effective absorption treatment for run-and-gun recording situations such as studio rentals, live events, temporary recording applications and any location where mounting acoustical treatments to the wall are not possible or ideal. The flexible absorption panels are simple to set up and transport and easily assembled and disassembled for convenient… View this post
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  • genelec
    PSW Staff 10/25/11 04:53 AM, 0 Comments
    Genelec has appointed Siamäk Naghian to the position of managing director and Nick Zacharov to the position of director of research and development. The announcement was made by Ilpo Martikainen, chairman of the board of Genelec. Naghian received his Master of Science in Technology, Licentiate in Technology and Doctor of Science in Technology degrees from the Helsinki University of Technology, Electrical Engineering Department in Finland. He joined Nokia in the mid 1990s, where he was involved in several research and… View this post
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  • Monday, October 24, 2011
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    PSW Staff 10/24/11 04:04 PM, 0 Comments, a tutorial-video publisher specializing in audio software education, has announced a new partnership with Avid - as the official Avid Learning Partner Online, has released 5 feature-length tutorials covering all aspects of audio editing using Avid’s industry-leading Pro Tools 10 software. Link: Promo Video: Image: Produced by Grammy Award winning engineers, industry pros, and certified Pro Tools instructors,’s new line of Pro Tools 10 tutorials is available now. Individual tutorials are priced at $19.50… View this post
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    PSW Staff 10/24/11 03:27 PM, 0 Comments
    The Audio Engineering Society (AES) has issues a call for papers to be presented at its 47th Conference event. The conference is titled “Music-Induced Hearing Disorders: New Technologies for Measurement and Protection,” and will highlight the state of the art in hearing loss prevention strategies and devices related to music production and reproduction. The event will take place at Columbia College in Chicago, June 20-22, 2012. Researchers, including those from both the audiology and pro audio fields, are invited to… View this post
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  • tc electronic
    PSW Staff 10/24/11 09:08 AM, 0 Comments
    At the just-concluded AES Convention in New York, TC Electronic introduced the new LM6 Radar Loudness Meter plug-in meter. The radar display has proven an efficient solution when upgrading audio production for broadcast, film and music from unsatisfactory peak level indicators to loudness-based metering. With the introduction of the new LM6 Radar Loudness Meter plug-in, audio professionals using programs such as Media Composer, Final Cut Pro, Pro Tools, Logic Pro, Nuendo, Wavelab, Cubase and Sequoia - on a Mac or… View this post
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    Bobby Owsinski 10/24/11 07:07 AM, 0 Comments
    This article is provided by Bobby Owsinski.   It’s time for another book excerpt, this time from The Music Producer’s Handbook. It offers some advice about not only getting the click to cut through the mix and making it groove, but preventing any bleed into any open microphones as well. Many times just providing a metronome in the phones isn’t enough. What good is a click if you can’t hear it, or worse yet, groove to it? Here are some… View this post
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