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  • Thursday, September 20, 2012
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    PSW Staff 09/20/12 09:15 AM,
    SVSi announces the ATR201 Audio Transceiver, an audio-over-IP solution that both sends and receives two-channel audio over IP. Perfect for point-to-point or point-to-multi-point audio delivery, the ATR201 provides audio matrix switching and distribution using the same control options as SVSi’s Networked AV video switching and distribution solution. SVSi’s ATR201 is the solution for delivering audio over the network! Simply connect a balanced or unbalanced audio input into the IN port and it’s converted to IP packets that are switchable and… View this post
    Filed in: AVLive SoundChurch SoundNewsPollBusinessSound ReinforcementStageStudioAudio

  • Wednesday, September 19, 2012
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    PSW Staff 09/19/12 09:24 AM,
    AKG continues to grow and expand from its founders’, physicist Dr. Rudolf Görke and businessman Ing. Ernst Pless, original visions. Professionals worldwide have learned to associate the highest standards in quality, performance and dependability with the 65-year-old name of AKG.  Discovering trends has always been a strong suit for AKG, from patenting more products, designs and pieces than all of its competitors combined, to originally recognizing the need for a wider range of equipment for various levels of recording. Celebrating… View this post
    Filed in: AVLive SoundNewsPollAVMicrophoneStudioAudio

  • Tuesday, September 18, 2012
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    Joe Gilder 09/18/12 09:11 AM,
    This article is provided by Home Studio Corner.   At various points throughout your recording career, you’ll have chances to record certain instruments for the first time. Maybe you’ve never recorded an actual piano, or a drum kit. Or maybe you’ll need to record something truly esoteric like an accordion, or a hammer dulcimer, or bagpipes. Having never done it before, where do you start? I had the pleasure of recording a violinist in my studio last week. I’ve recorded… View this post
    Filed in: RecordingFeaturePollStudy HallEducationMicrophoneStudioAudio

  • Monday, September 17, 2012
    royer labs
    PSW Staff 09/17/12 10:30 AM,
    Royer Labs has introduced the SF-2, an active ribbon microphone designed as a premium instrument for use in classical performance applications or to capture acoustic instruments. The SF-2 is a phantom powered version of the company’s original SF-1 ribbon microphone and combines Royer’s audio performance attributes with exclusive active electronics for ribbon microphones. The new Royer Labs SF-2 has an output level of -38 dB. putting its sensitivity on par with that of phantom powered condenser microphones. This enables the… View this post
    Filed in: Live SoundChurch SoundNewsProductMicrophoneStudio

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    PSW Staff 09/17/12 06:15 AM,
    Country music singer / songwriter Jim Lauderdale has a well-deserved reputation for his music, which ranges from hard country, slick pop, rock and roll, blues and R&B to folk and bluegrass. In addition to his own record projects, his work has also been recorded by George Strait, Patty Loveless, Vince Gill, and other well-known artists. With a track record like this, it comes as no surprise that Lauderdale works with top tier production talent—and much of that success is attributable… View this post
    Filed in: RecordingNewsPollMicrophoneSound ReinforcementStudioAudio

  • Friday, September 14, 2012
    winter namm
    PSW Staff 09/14/12 02:11 PM,
    With the 2013 NAMM Show opening in Anaheim in less than five months (January 24-27, 2013), the National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) has announced several upgrades and improvements. To open up more space in the convention center, registration will move out of the lobby and into surrounding hotels. With the show now extending to the outer glass doors, entrances to the halls will be open and there will be fewer ID checks once inside the convention center. The open… View this post
    Filed in: Live SoundRecordingNewsTrainingBusinessSound ReinforcementStudioAudio

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    Jeffrey P. Fisher 09/14/12 02:04 PM,
    This article is provided by the Fisher Creative Group.   As a professional sound designer and editor, I’m asked often about my workflow approach when starting a new audio-post project. I thought about it for a while and tried my best to put into words the best advice possible for someone just starting in the business. My very first step is to watch the video nearly locked with no interruptions so I can experience it one time as an audience… View this post
    Filed in: RecordingFeatureStudy HallDigitalDigital Audio WorkstationsEducationEngineerMixerSignalStudioAudio

  • church sound
    Bruce Bartlett 09/14/12 12:02 PM,
    This article is provided by Bartlett Microphones.   The sound of microphone techniques, effects and EQ in a recording can be hard to translate into engineering terms. For example, what EQ should you use to get a “fat” sound or a “thin” sound? The glossary below may help. It’s based on conversations with producers, musicians, and reviewers over 30 years. Not everyone agrees on these definitions, but they are common. This glossary does not suggest the cause of the sound… View this post
    Filed in: Church SoundFeatureStudy HallBusinessSound ReinforcementStudioAudio

  • timecode and synchronization
    Brent Hoover 09/14/12 10:43 AM,
    Timecode is simply a way of recording a “time” along with either a visual or audio event. This allows you to say, “The beginning of the song is at 0 and the cymbal crash happened at 2 minutes and 53 seconds.” The information is then stored along with the audio or video medium so that, as it is moved from device to device, the time information stays the same. The most commonly used timecode format was developed by the Society… View this post
    Filed in: RecordingFeaturePollStudy HallDigitalEthernetInterconnectNetworkingSoftwareStudioAudio

  • Thursday, September 13, 2012
    allen & heath
    PSW Staff 09/13/12 04:29 PM,
    Allen & Heath has launched the XB-10, an ultra-compact broadcast mixer designed for a range of applications from small radio or internet broadcast studios, to college and university radios, podcasting and content creation. Based on the larger XB-14, the XB-10 has three mic/line and three stereo inputs and equipped with a similar range of features specifically designed for broadcasters, including a telephone communication channel, mic channel on switch sensing, stereo channel start/cue outputs for CD deck transport control, and automatic… View this post
    Filed in: AVLive SoundRecordingChurch SoundNewsProductConsolesMixerSound ReinforcementStudio





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