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Genelec opens Berlin Experience Centre

Genelec has opened a Genelec Experience Centre in central Berlin – a brand new demonstration facility designed to provide visitors with a high quality critical listening environment from stereo to immersive, and allows the Finnish manufacturer to showcase its wide range of studio monitors and AV and Home Audio loudspeakers. …

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Loupedeck launches new Creative Tool for media professionals

Loupedeck has launched the newest addition to its product lineup: the Loupedeck Creative Tool. The tool introduces a “powerful and highly adaptable” user interface, designed to work in sync with all editing tools and software, and has been developed for professionals working across all facets of the creative editing and …

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Live Profile: 40 years of Madness at London’s Kenwood House

This summer, British ska band Madness celebrated 40 years of musical capers with a big anniversary gig at London’s Kenwood House, playing with a full orchestra for the first time. Andy Coules, who was on monitor duties, gives us the lowdown… — It’s hard to believe that it’s been 40 …

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NUGEN fine tunes mix for Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

In Quentin Tarantino’s latest film, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, re-recording mixer Michael Minkler and veteran music editor Jim Schultz were tasked with delivering an unrivalled audio production. As the film relied on well-known original radio broadcasts, songs and scores from the 1960s era in which it was set, …

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147th AES NY Convention “rocks” the Javits Center

Under the banner ‘Inspire’, the pro audio industry returned to New York City’s Javits Center for four days this month as leading audio innovators shared their knowledge and experience alongside the latest gear. “The program rocked, and the exhibits were packed with people. Everyone was very excited to be there,” …

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Spitfire Audio partners with BBC Symphony Orchestra

British music technology company Spitfire Audio is partnering with the BBC Symphony Orchestra to create a definitive library of orchestral sounds, and make it accessible to the next generation of aspiring composers. Spitfire Audio specialises in creating high quality virtual instruments and sample libraries in collaboration with the world’s best …

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Brazil’s R3 Estudio Movel equips OB van with Calrec Artemis for live music

Såo Paulo-based R3 Estudio Movel has chosen a Calrec Artemis Ray audio console for its OB truck, dubbed PowerTruck, focussing on the recording and mixing of audio for live broadcasts as well as music DVDs and streaming outlets. Isaías Rosa, R3’s recording/mixing engineer and multi-Latin Grammy nominee, says that when …

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Mixing for a rapidly growing Dolby Atmos world

Tom Marks CAS, Los Angeles-based mixer for film, TV and music, offers his thoughts… — With the rising trend of streaming platforms that provide instant access to millions of media files, viewers and listeners are no longer limited to what they can see or where they can see it. They …

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Spectacular season closer in Hyde Park for Martin Audio MLA

Hyde Park played host to the final weekend of its long season recently, with Proms in the Park on the Saturday making way for BBC Radio 2 Live in Hyde Park the following day. This also brought the curtain down on a successful summer at the Park for Capital Sound, …

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London’s Royal Academy of Arts chooses DPA Microphones for new lecture theatre

A selection of DPA microphones are now being used for events such as lectures, panel discussions, filming, live streaming and podcasts at London’s Royal Academy of Arts. From its unique double-height dimensions to the extensive use of reflective marble surfaces used during its construction, the Royal Academy of Art’s new …

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