The July | August edition of Audio Media International is now available to read online.
In this issue, we find out how the Mortal Kombat 11 sound design teams wiped the slate clean to come up with a completely fresh audio experience, and one of the most cinematic video game soundtracks ever.
In our Producer Profile, Daniel Dylan Wray chats to Michael Beinhorn about working with some of the industry’s most notorious acts, while PMC USA’s Maurice Patist opens up about the company’s work with Dolby Atmos for Music.
Meanwhile, Audinate’s Brad Price offers his thoughts about the move to AVoIP, Eddie Veale reveals his top tips for designing and creating the best recording studios, and ADR supervisor Jessie Anne Spence discusses gender equality in audio post.
Also in the mag, we speak to Synchro Arts’ Jeff Bloom about the company’s 25-year journey creating award-winning audio tools, and Audio Precision’s Daniel Knighten tells us about their approach to audio measurement and testing equipment.
This issue also sees the return of our usual review lineup, which includes Neumann’s debut NDH 20 headphones, not one but two WARM Audio microphones, RØDE’s PodMic and Rodecaster Pro mixer, and Genelec’s Aural ID headphone monitoring technology.
Read all this in the July | August issue of AMI here.