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  • Wednesday, December 19, 2012
    Matthew Weiss 12/19/12 01:08 PM,
    This article is provided by the Pro Audio Files.   Most of the time there is an obvious choice. Need more mid-range? Grab an EQ and boost the midrange. Need more control of the source? Volume automation or compression. Easy. But sometimes we face strange challenges — like how to get more bass in the kick without running out of headroom. Or how to make something sound brighter that doesn’t have much harmonic content above 7 kHz except hiss. Well,… View this post
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  • transaudio group
    PSW Staff 12/19/12 12:46 PM,
    TransAudio Group is shipping the Bettermaker EQ 232P, a flexible two-channel analog equalizer that updates a classic design and adds the digital accuracy, repeatability and consistency of a plug-in. Every parameter setting of the EQ 232P, which is a Pultec-style stereo/dual mono analog equalizer featuring five filters on each channel, may be saved in up to 399 presets in the unit’s internal memory, and may additionally be fully automated, and all settings saved with the DAW project, using the supplied… View this post
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  • Tuesday, December 18, 2012
    PSW Staff 12/18/12 02:34 PM,
    From exotic cars, jets, motorcycles, and yachts to electronics, hotels, restaurants, and more, Carlyle’s Picks provides informative recommendations of today’s top products and services. When you’re working to convey the experience of being behind the wheel of a Lamborghini or cruising aboard a luxury yacht, a huge part of the challenge is accurately capturing the sound. That’s why Carlyle Murciélago, Executive Producer for Carlyle’s Picks—a leading destination on YouTube—and Steven Aleman, principal photographer, rely on their B3 Omni Round Lavaliere… View this post
    Filed in: Live SoundRecordingNewsProductionMicrophoneSound ReinforcementStudio

  • harman
    PSW Staff 12/18/12 06:10 AM,
    Colorado Sound Recording Studios, located in Westminster, and noted for it’s work with artists such as Norah Jones, Eminem, Steve Miller, and Dave Matthews, recently hosted the Soundcraft Studer truck with the new Studer Compact Remote Bay and its latest Virtual Vista software for its first-ever use at a recording session. The Compact Remote Bay allows access to a Studer Vista digital mixing console’s settings from anywhere in a venue. A little larger than a laptop, the unit has 12… View this post
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  • Monday, December 17, 2012
    Bobby Owsinski 12/17/12 02:04 PM,
    This article is provided by Bobby Owsinski.   Many who are new to mixing are not aware that there are a number of places that you can build a mix from. There’s a general feeling that starting from the kick drum is the best way, but that’s far from the only starting point available. In this excerpt from The Audio Mixing Bootcamp book, you’ll see that there are many alternative places to successfully start from when building a mix. ——————————————————… View this post
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  • Friday, December 14, 2012
    PSW Staff 12/14/12 06:14 PM,
    The Hofstra University (Long Island, NY) School of Communication recently replaced the analog broadcast production consoles in its two TV studios with Soundcraft Si Compact 32 digital consoles. “We’d been living with two analog consoles for 25 years,” notes Joseph J. Valerio, chief video engineer. “We were ready for a serious upgrade to our studios. As part of a complete rebuild, we took our time to explore all console technologies and manufacturers and the choice came down to another brand… View this post
    Filed in: Live SoundRecordingNewsConsolesDigitalEducationEthernetMixerStudio

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    Jeffrey P. Fisher 12/14/12 04:02 PM,
    This article is provided by the Fisher Creative Group.   Whether I’m working on corporate video, documentary, or independent film, there are several go-to tools that help me to transform the raw sound into a living, breathing complete soundtrack that makes an impact. I’m an in-the-box kind of guy, so all my tools are software plug-ins for the audio programs that I use (Sony Acid, Sound Forge, and Vegas Pro with a little Reaper thrown in, too). Often times I’m… View this post
    Filed in: RecordingFeatureBlogStudy HallProductionAudioDigitalProcessorSoftwareStudio

  • argosy
    PSW Staff 12/14/12 02:57 PM,
    Argosy Consoles has announced the premiere of the new Mirage For NUAGE, a new workstation custom-designed specifically for Yamaha and Steinberg’s recently introduced NUAGE integrated audio production system. NUAGE offers Yamaha control and interface hardware as well as Steinberg Nuendo DAW software working together to offer productivity flexibility and audio quality for post-production applications. The system’s control surface and audio interface hardware are modular, with all units communicating with each other and the central computer via network, making it easy… View this post
    Filed in: Live SoundRecordingNewsProductConsolesDigital Audio WorkstationsStudio

  • Thursday, December 13, 2012
    Joe Gilder 12/13/12 05:11 PM,
    This article is provided by Home Studio Corner.   2012 has been full of learning experiences for me, both personally and professionally. Usually when someone uses the phrase “learning experience,” they actually mean “painful experience.” It’s so true, right? Any time I learn a powerful lesson, there’s almost always some sort of discomfort that comes along with it. Take mixing, for example. I love to mix, but there are days where I would rather swim with hungry alligators than work… View this post
    Filed in: RecordingFeatureBlogDigital Audio WorkstationsEngineerMixerProcessorStudio

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    PSW Staff 12/13/12 01:53 PM,
    Apogee Electronics announces the MiC Carrying Case which is designed to precisely store and protect the MiC and its accessories.  Utilizing durable materials, this 7.25”x4.25”x2” case offers ultimate protection with a sleek and elegant design.  With this portable storage case, on-the-go musicians, voice-over artists, and podcasters always have access to their MiC no matter when or where inspiration strikes. “We wanted to offer our consumers a customized storage option for the MiC,” says Apogee CEO and Co-Founder Betty Bennett.  “The… View this post
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