The November digital edition of Audio Media is available to read now.
This month, Paul Watson delves into the world of networked audio and looks at where AVB, the loudly lauded open-source alternative to Dante, sits in the grand scheme of AoIP while Jory MacKay visits OB specialists Red TX at the London O2 arena to see how they handle broadcast audio duties on a production featuring 15 of the UK’s biggest pop stars.
In our regular game sound section, John Broomhall, speaks with sound designer Samuel Justice about his work on the critically acclaimed horror game, Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs.
November’s tech focus looks at the wide world of headphones and features some of the top products from AKG, Sennheiser, Audio-Technica, beyerdynamic, and many more.
Alongside November’s in-depth features, this issue also includes a special look at the pro audio industry of South Africa, a visit to Jungle’s newly refurbished Soho HQ, reviews of both the PLASA show in London and the 135th AES convention in New York, and a talk with mastering guru Crispin Murray ahead of his keynote speech at the inaugural Innovation in Music conference taking place next month.
As always, our hardworking reviewers got their hands dirty with some great kit including the Allen & Heath GLD-112 live sound desk, PSI Audio’s A25-M active loudspeakers, iZotope RX3 Advanced, Universal Audio’s Apollo 16 interface, andJH Audio’s redesigned JH13 Pro in-ear monitors.
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