TOP TEN: This week's most popular articles
List includes stories on new products from Blue Microphones, Focusrite, Radial, PreSonus and Lab.gruppen.
Stories on new products from Blue Microphones, Focusrite, Radial, PreSonus and Lab.gruppen are included in our weekly Top Ten summary.
Leading the list this week is Matt North's opinion piece on what could be causing the recurring sound problems with TV shows such as Happy Valley and Jamaica Inn, and what can be done to prevent further controversy.
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Producer Matt North offers up a few possible reasons why some UK TV dramas continue to frustrate viewers with inaudible dialogue.
Package combines Blue’s flagship Bottle microphone with a variable sensitivity power supply and four interchangeable capsules.
While the I/O count remains the same as the original models, the new range offers various improvements, and ships with Pro Tools | First.
Released in six versions, Catapult lets users send analogue and AES digital audio signals over standard Cat 5 shielded twisted-pair cable.
Following the unveiling of its new dubbing theatre, Colby Ramsey travelled down to the Bristol post house for a chat with the team.
Mel Lambert shares some of his highlights from the show's first two days – including Alex Case's Keynote – and his product pick so far.
Jerry Ibbotson sits down with a pair of these new monitoring 'phones from the audio giant, and finds they have plenty going for them.
Otherwise, the new RML-series and RM-series are identical, with the same recallable XMAX preamps and up to 96 kHz operation.
New edition includes interviews with singer and producer John Newman, monitor engineer Tom Howat and the Final Cut Sound team.
New 60W models – the smallest in the series – will be unveiled in Las Vegas this week.