TOP TEN: This week's most popular articles
Summary includes an article on London's new Genelec Experience Centre and an interview with the 'Battlefield 1' sound designers.
Our weekly Top Ten summary includes an article on London's new Genelec Experience Centre and an interview with the Battlefield 1 sound designers.
Topping the list this week is a piece that looks at the potential impact of the so-called "Photoshop for audio" on the industry.
See below for the full round-up...
Jerry Ibbotson reacts to the reveal of a new speech editing application that has raised a number of technological and ethical questions.
We head over to Scrub’s new HQ in the West End to see what its world-leading showcase for the monitor brand has in store for visitors.
Alistair McGhee takes a look at this new tool for ensuring faithfully reproduced recordings.
The EA DICE crew reveal some of their techniques for recreating sounds from over a century ago.
New device enables users to precisely manage a DAW’s mix and automation functions, including complete transport control.
Latest edition sees us reveal our Gear of the Year, while other topics of discussion include Battlefield 1, Adobe's Project VoCo and the Roland M-5000C console.
The AP family comprise free-field, pre-polarised systems combining mic capsules with low-noise preamplifiers.
Premier League clash will be the first live sports broadcast in the UK to offer the immersive sound technology.
Production toured with an array of the firm's mics, headsets, transmitters and antennas instead of using the incumbent audio solution at the venue.
Recording engineer/mixer and contest judge Jake Jackson runs through the top three entries out of the 4,600 submissions received.