Read the July/August issue of AMI online now
Latest issue sees us Profile Aftermaster Studios Hollywood and explore the restoration of the 1920s recording system that starred in the series 'American Epic'.
The July/August issue of Audio Media International is available to read online now.
In our latest issue, Adam Savage explores the story behind ‘American Epic’, the result of a two-decade-long project to reassemble a 1920s recording system and the era’s forgotten musical works and Colby Ramsey finds out how Aftermaster Studios Hollywood is setting itself apart following an extensive refurb.
We also find out how US megachurch Willow Creek went about equipping its new broadcast studio, while a number of PA manufacturers tell us how they’re under pressure to meet new demands for high levels of flexibility and Lance Wascom of Tour Supply discusses the perks of its automated playback system currently being used by the likes of Aerosmith and Motley Crue.
Finally, we see which instrument microphones are currently proving popular in our End User Focus, David Miles Huber argues the case for Auro-3D and Alan Branch lifts the lid on Softube’s new Console 1 MKII, the new and upgraded version of the Swedish company’s hybrid mixing solution.
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