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Size Matters: Inside the Royal Albert Hall’s record-breaking speaker install

AMI finds out more about the colossal loudspeaker install at the Royal Albert Hall, which features an immersive d&b audiotechnik Soundscape system… — Over the past two years, London’s Royal Albert Hall has spent over £2 million on the biggest change to its audio system since Jimi Hendrix and Pink …

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Q&A: ZEN Broadcast on using Universal Audio systems

Despite being a small facility located in rural Hampshire, ZEN Broadcast had been doing an awful lot of post production recently. Dubbing mixer Kevin Duff, who makes up one half of the company along with his fellow sound supervisor Andy Deacon, has been nominated for and won several BAFTA Craft …

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Post Production: Changing the Tune

Dan Piggott of KORD.Media offers his thoughts on changing workflows in the post-production landscape… — I think it’s widely accepted that there are two ways in which a facility can deliver audio post, employ staff or use freelancers, so there seemed to be an opportunity to explore whether there’s something …

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Broadcast Profile: 120Db on using Solid State Logic’s System T

AMI speaks to Michał “Mikers” Mika of Polish broadcast audio specialist 120Db, who have been getting to grips with SSL’s System T… — What services do you offer and what kind of clients do you work with? Michał: 120dB Sound Engineering has been around since 2012. I first started working …

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Tech Talk: Comparing analogue and digital wireless systems

Audio-Technica’s Marketing Director and former long-serving EMEA Product Manager, Alex Lepges, weighs up the pros and cons of analogue and digital wireless systems… — There is somewhat of a misperception between physics and products in the market at the moment. While it’s always been more efficient to use analogue if …

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Read the May | June issue of AMI online now

The May | June edition of Audio Media International is now available to read online. In this issue, Colby Ramsey gets a tour of the University for the Creative Arts’ new media recording facility and 7.1.2 dubbing suite. Game Audio features make a comeback as the Ubisoft Massive sound team …

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BishopSound makes Glastonbury debut

BishopSound, the young UK PA company, is making its debut at the Glastonbury Festival 2019, Wed 26-Sun 30 June. BishopSound speakers are to be used exclusively on a new stage being run by the long-established Glastonbury suppliers, Bristol-based A1 Entertainments. For the brand new stage, which will be used to …

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Danley goes compact with new Go2-8CX loudspeaker

Danley Sound Labs has announced the launch of its Go2-6CX small-format loudspeaker. The Go2-6CX uses a six-inch co-axial driver fit snugly into an extremely compact Baltic birch cabinet. Despite its small size, the Go2-6CX is capable of delivering 109dB continuous and 115dB peak with Danley’s characteristic phase coherence and smooth …

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Antelope unveils Synergy Core FX platform with new Discrete interfaces

Antelope Audio has introduced its Synergy Core next-generation signal processing platform via revamps of its real-time FPGA FX-facilitating Discrete 4 and Discrete 8 audio interfaces. The interfaces are now named Discrete 4 Synergy Core and Discrete 8 Synergy Core, albeit respectively retaining the Thunderbolt and USB Interface with four discrete …

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Review: Pioneer Pro Audio XPRS

Simon Allen puts these high-powered active speakers to the test… — I’d heard the Pro Audio division of Pioneer had started venturing back into loudspeaker design and manufacturing via some colleagues of mine. Developments started a few years ago with their XY series; a passive solution aimed at high-end club …

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