TOP TEN: This week's most popular articles
Stories on new products from PreSonus, Shure and Zaxcom are included in our news round-up.
Stories on new products from PreSonus, Shure and Zaxcom are included in our weekly Top Ten news summary today, as well as an interview with T2 Trainspotting re-recording mixer Niv Adiri.
The most-read article since Monday morning was on Avid's latest Pro Tools upgrade.
Here's the full summary of this week's news...
New features will include built-in Atmos panning, deep Avid pro mixing control surface integration and advanced automation with the Dolby RMU.
Quantum (pictured) combines 24-bit, 192 kHz converters with 120dB of dynamic range and PreSonus’ recallable XMAX microphone preamps.
New solution features high-performance RF, command and control, hardware scalability and ‘exceptional’ audio quality, suitable for 'all professional productions and situations.'
d:vice is a compact, two-channel microphone preamp and A/D converter offering mono, dual and stereo capabilities, with interchangeable lightning and USB cables.
The company showcased a number of new developments for its broadcast audio production console in Vegas.
ZFR400 records professional quality audio without the use of additional transmitters or receivers.
The sound designer and re-recording mixer explains how Nugen’s Halo Upmix helped during the making of the long awaited sequel.
Update comprises a whole new post production suite and collaboration tools that let multiple users edit, colour and mix audio from multiple systems at the same time.
Tools give users the ability to mix and deliver immersive DTS audio content for cinema, Ultra HD Blu-ray, Blu-ray, and other premium home formats and services.
Figures released by Messe Frankfurt "demonstrate the show's importance," despite a dip in visitors and exhibitors overall when combined with Musikmesse.