TOP TEN: This week's most popular articles
Round-up includes ITV’s plans to close The London Studios and Alistair McGhee’s review of the new AE2300 dynamic instrument mic from Audio-Technica.
Our weekly Top Ten round-up includes news about ITV’s plans to close The London Studios to make way for a new HQ on the South Bank and Alistair McGhee’s review of the new AE2300 dynamic instrument mic from Audio-Technica.
But the most-read article of the week was an opinion piece from sound designer Michael Begg about the ‘cascade effect’, whereby a seemingly simple gear purchase can often lead to a costly, time consuming and creatively detrimental chain reaction.
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Michael Begg ruminates on how a seemingly simple gear purchase can these days often lead to a costly and time consuming chain reaction of unplanned updates.
Broadcast giant proposes to shut down TLS and use studio capacity in the external market to make way for a new HQ on the South Bank, but BECTU calls it "a betrayal of staff."
Alistair McGhee lines this new dynamic all-rounder up against a selection of similar alternatives to see how it compares.
The Brooklyn-based facility, which has already mixed Michelle Obama's "We Will Rise" documentary, is the latest project by the Walters-Storyk Design Group.
Nigel Albermaniche used SMV, SMQV, HM, and IFB transmitters and venue receivers to capture close-up breath sounds from the leading actors to help intensify the drama.
David Davies finds out more about the whys and wherefores behind a substantial – and growing – contributor to the pro-audio business.
Latest version of the firm's flagship DAW for the post-production and game audio industries will get its first showing at next week's Game Developers Conference.
The show’s house band was miked entirely with A-T models, from dynamic instrument mics to large-diaphragm condensers, with shotguns picking up the studio audience.
Dugan automixing and MixAssist are made available at no extra cost, while greater Sennheiser integration is also introduced across the entire 6-series range.
The Level 2 course prepares AV personnel to design larger Dante systems, providing training on areas such as clocking, unicast and multicast, latency, and redundancy.