The May 2015 issue of Audio Media International is available to read online now.
In this month’s main feature, Erica Basnicki investigates the impact of mobile technologies, virtual reality and a lack of standardisation on the world of immersive audio. We also delve into the heart of Dublin’s ‘U2 Studio’, Windmill Lane Recording, following the demolition of its original site last month, to discover why it’s thriving at its new location.
Also in the issue, Matt Fellows speaks to veteran sound designer Frank Serafine about his stellar career, as well as his involvement in a series of upcoming educational sessions across the US and Canada; studio designer Carl Tatz talks about nearfield monitoring and you will also find reviews of Merging’s Hapi interface, Waves’ new Butch Vig Vocals plugin, the D1 system from Sennheiser, and more.
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