TOP TEN: This week's most popular articles
Stories on a new loudspeaker solution from Danley and the University of Salford's new PMC-equipped studios are included in our weekly Top Ten summary.
Stories on a new loudspeaker solution from Danley and the University of Salford's new PMC-equipped studios are included in our weekly Top Ten summary today, while stories from last week about Avid's latest Pro Tools upgrade and the BBC's upcoming binaural episode of Doctor Who continued to remain popular.
The most-read article of the week however was an overview of our recent trip to Abbey Road Studios, where we were given a demo of the technology used to create a new immersive mix of Comfortably Numb from Live 8, which will be a major feature of the 'Their Mortal Remains' exhibition that opens its doors at the V&A on 13 May.
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We visit Abbey Road for a demo of the tech used to create a new immersive mix of 'Comfortably Numb' – a major feature of the upcoming 'Their Mortal Remains' exhibition.
Combined Synergy Horn loudspeaker and Tapped Horn subwoofer is designed to produce rich low end and crystal clear high end from 45Hz to 17kHz.
Built at a cost of £55 million, the New Adelphi arts and media facility is one of the largest new-build studio complexes in the UK.
Latest upgrade for the music production software opens up new and creative ways of using Virtual Studio Technology plugins.
Alternate version of Series Ten, Episode Four will feature “a 3D surround sound effect for anyone wearing headphones, placing them at the heart of the action.”
Production expert has added a Red 8Pre audio interface to his studio's gear list after starting his own consulting and training firm.
Company is giving away three limited edition speakers to celebrate seven years of its award-winning studio monitor.
New features will include built-in Dolby Atmos panning, deep Avid pro mixing control surface integration, and advanced automation with the Dolby RMU.
Transient shaper is designed to add ‘smack and bite’ to drums, loops, synth hits and all percussive sounds.
With the original H4n already a long-serving weapon in his audio arsenal, Andy Coules was eager to get his hands on the new Pro model.